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Whirlpool 4396841 PUR Push Button Side-by-Side Refrigerator Water Filter

  • Brand:Whirlpool  
  • Category:Home Improvement
  • Department:Appliances
  • List Price: $39.99
  • Buy New: $30.41
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  • Seller:Amazon.com
  • Sales Rank:28
  • Color:Blue
  • Media:Tools & Home Improvement
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Autographed:No
  • Memorabilia:No
  • Size:1 Pack
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.02
  • MPN:4396841
  • Model:4396841
  • UPC:095225174919
  • EAN:8859094921294
  • ASIN:B000UW2DTE
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Features:
  • NSF certified refrigerator water filter retains beneficial fluoride in water while reducing chlorine taste and odor
  • Also reduces particulates, lead, and mercury
  • This model (4396841) can be used to replace filter models 4396842 and 8212650
  • Does not reduce the amount of fluoride
  • Replace every six months


Editorial Reviews:
Amazon.com

Make sure the water and ice from your refrigerator is as clean and fresh tasting as possible by replacing its water filter. This Whirlpool PuR water filter is used in Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Amana, and JennAir side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille.

Whirlpool 4396841 filter
Effective filtering

It's NSF-certified to reduce cysts, particulates (class I), lead, mercury, and more. (The contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users' water.) While it effectively removes contaminants from your water and ice, this filter also lowers the taste and odor of chlorine while retaining beneficial fluoride.

For the highest quality water and ice, your refrigerator's water filter needs to be changed over a period of time as its effectiveness at cleaning the water is reduced. For optimal results, you should replace this refrigerator water filter every 6 months to ensure clean, safe drinking water and ice.

Your refrigerator will even remind you when to change its filter, turning on an indicator light found near the water dispenser. Changing the filter is easy--just locate the old filter, twist and turn it until it becomes loose, then pull the old filter out and replace with the new filter.

This model (4396841) can be used to replace the following models of water filter:

  • 4396842
  • 8212650
Filter in base grille

Replacing Your Water Filter

For side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille, follow these instructions for replacing your filter:

  1. Push the eject button, then pull the filter cap. Do not twist cap.
  2. Remove the filter cap by turning it counter clockwise. Set aside cap. Discard old filter.
  3. Remove the packaging and O-ring covers from the new filter.
  4. Align arrows on the cap and new filter. Turn clockwise to snap in place.
  5. Push filter into the base grill until the eject button pops. Gently tug on cap to ensure it is snug.
  6. Flush the water system until a total of 3 gallons (12 L) has been dispensed.

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