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Samsung HAF-CIN Refrigerator Water Filter EXPIRED

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Amazon has Samsung HAF-CIN Refrigerator Water Filter for $23.75 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

Lowes has Samsung HAF-CIN Refrigerator Water Filter for $23.75 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

Alternatively, Samsung has Samsung HAF-CIN Refrigerator Water Filter for $25 when 'one time purchase' is selected. Shipping is free.

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Samsung 6-Month Push-In Refrigerator Water Filter
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I would avoid Amazon due to the high chance of receiving a counterfeit filter. I would order from Lowes or Samsung. Samsung is offering the same discount.

Further down on the Samsung page it tells you how to identify counterfeits.

https://www.samsung.com/us/home-a...f-cin-exp/
Dang, I would return that fridge if I could. Absolutely no reason to support manufacturers that do this.
I use the generic Water drop plus filters at 1/3 the price. Works well.

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Thanks, Op. Appears to be the same price on Amazon as well. With subscribe and save possibly dropping it down another 5-15% depending on subscriptions. Mine is $23.75.
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Thanks, Op. Appears to be the same price on Amazon as well. With subscribe and save possibly dropping it down another 5-15% depending on subscriptions. Mine is $23.75.
I would avoid Amazon due to the high chance of receiving a counterfeit filter. I would order from Lowes or Samsung. Samsung is offering the same discount.

Further down on the Samsung page it tells you how to identify counterfeits.

https://www.samsung.com/us/home-a...f-cin-exp/
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just be happy you don't have the new GE fridge with a rfid tag in it...what garbage...
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just be happy you don't have the new GE fridge with a rfid tag in it...what garbage...
What does the RFID tag do?
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What does the RFID tag do?
Probably stops you from using 3rd party filters
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Probably stops you from using 3rd party filters
Dang... water filters going the way of printer ink cartridges...
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Probably stops you from using 3rd party filters
exactly, its terrible. I bought the fridge from costco too
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exactly, its terrible. I bought the fridge from costco too
Dang, I would return that fridge if I could. Absolutely no reason to support manufacturers that do this.
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Probably stops you from using 3rd party filters
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Dang, I would return that fridge if I could. Absolutely no reason to support manufacturers that do this.
https://www.costco.com/ge-22.1-cu...68187.html

I paid $1799 when it was on sale. Now its 3k, its staying lol...
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I would avoid Amazon due to the high chance of receiving a counterfeit filter. I would order from Lowes or Samsung. Samsung is offering the same discount.

Further down on the Samsung page it tells you how to identify counterfeits.

https://www.samsung.com/us/home-a...f-cin-exp/ [samsung.com]
Fully agree... Counterfeit filters is a real concern... avoid eBay and Amazon.
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Samsung ice makers. Turn off the water to the fridge to avoid filters and ice build up.
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Samsung ice makers. Turn off the water to the fridge to avoid filters and ice build up.
Turn down the PSI that is going to the unit. I read it buried on the Samsung support forum.

I have the Samsung fridge with the TV in the door and have never had any issues over the past 3 years. Knock on wood. The higher pressure sprays the water stream all around the ice unit when it fills up and turning the pressure way down you don't get as much blow by spray.

This is a buy price for this filter. I got my last one direct from Samsung when they had it for $26 for one day a month ago. There is a decoder viewer on the package to ensure you got an authentic filter. This is a no brainer versus generic and the horror stories with ice makers clogging/no real filtering with the alternative filters.
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