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AQUACREST MWF Refrigerator Water Filter

SKU: AQF-MWF

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Compatible with the Following Water Filters
GE: MWF, GWF, GWFA, GWF01, GWF06, MWFA
Kenmore:9991, 469991, 46-9991

*Please note this is a compatible spare part and the manufacturers' names and part numbers have been used for reference purposes only.

Operating Specifications
Min. operating temperature 0.6℃/33℉
Max. operating temperature 38℃/100℉
Min. workding pressure 140 kPa/20 psi
Max. workding pressure 689 kPa/100 psi
Rated capacity 1,325 litres/350 gallons
Flow rate 1.9 lpm/0.5 gpm

Refined Design

Expertly designed to promise a perfect fit the original without the mess

500 Gallons Filter Life

Replace your filter every 6 months or 500 gallons, whichever comes first

Cost-effective Choice

Offer reasonable price without compromising quality

Owner's Manual

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Additional

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Reviews

Price is good, fits & works fine
By Old Timer Iowa on 8/13/2017
Price is good , fits & works fine.

Great Product
By Corey Maxim on 8/4/2017
Great Product, Great Price, Fast Shipping! Product is just as good as the expensive alternative! We will get all of our replacement filter from this vender!

Five Stars
By txtmblweed on 7/7/2017
Perfect replacement for mt GE frig water filter!

Just as good as the $40 brand name filter
By Jfloyd on 4/27/2017
Great price, easy to install, water pressure improved dramatically after install and clear clean taste! No problems at all.

Simple
By Joseph Donohoe on 12/1/2016
Simple to replace even though this was my first time. Very easy to replace and it works. No tools needed

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FAQ

This filter can last up to 6 months or provide 350 gallons of water, whichever comes first and will vary based on water quality.
Usually, it is recommended you flush 2.5 gallons of water before first use, but it depends. It will vary with your water quality.