GE MWF Water Filter

If you have a GE refrigerator like I do you have noticed over the last few years that the GE MWF Water Filter prices have been climbing. I’ve shopped around at Lowe’s and Home Depot and found that Amazon has the lowest prices.

The GE MWF Refrigerator Water Filter needs no special tools to replace. Simply turn the filter to the left and remove it. You don’t already have to turn the water off! A check valve stops the water flow for the GE MWF Filter and prevents leaks.

All you need to do is insert the new filter and turn to the right. It’s as simple as that!

This MWF filter works with a wide-range of GE and Hotpoint models and should be replaced every six months. An adapter may be needed if you have the following filters: FXRC, FXRT, MXRC, HXRT, WR97X10006, and Kenmore 46-9905.

This MWF Water Filter meets NSF / ANSI standard 42 for the reduction of

• 97.0% of Chlorine

• 99.14% of Particulates Class I

This MWF refrigerator filter meets NSF / ANSI standard 53 for the reduction of

• 98.54% of Turbidity

• 99.6% of Asbestos

• 99.3% of rule

• 98.78% of Carbofuran

• > 99.99% of Cysts

• 99.78% of 1,4 dichlorobenzene

• 96.51% of Benzene

• 94.7% of Mercury

• 99.34% or Alachlor

• 93.44% of Toxaphene

• 99.34% or Alachlor

• 94.22% of Atrazine

• 99% of Lindane

• 98.32% of 2, 4-D

You can take the filter right out of the box, unscrew the old one and screw in the new one, fill up two large glasses of water to “flush it” and you are ready to go. No more than five minutes of work! What could be simpler.

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