GE RPWFE Refrigerator Water Filter Replaces Model RPWF (2 Pack)

January 14, 2018 - Comment

The GE RPWFE is the new replacement water filter model for the older / discontinued rpwf model. 6 month filter life (cartridge should be replaced every 6 months at a rated capacity, or sooner if a noticeable reduction in flow rate occurs). Product Features GE’s most advanced filtration ever with easy tool-free replacement Tested and

The GE RPWFE is the new replacement water filter model for the older / discontinued rpwf model. 6 month filter life (cartridge should be replaced every 6 months at a rated capacity, or sooner if a noticeable reduction in flow rate occurs).

Product Features

  • GE’s most advanced filtration ever with easy tool-free replacement
  • Tested and verified to filter 5 trace pharmaceuticals including ibuprofen, progesterone, atenolol, trimethoprim, and fluoxetine ( the contaminants or other substances removed or reduced by this water filter are not necessarily in all users’ water)
  • Nsf certified to filter contaminants such as cysts, lead, mercury, asbestos, and select pesticides and chemicals
  • Nsf certified for structural performance and to filter chlorine taste and odor and particulates

Genuine GE replacement water filter Reduces 99% of lead from your drinking water Eco-friendly alternative to bottled water GE’s exclusive Advanced Filtration system for GE bottom freezer refrigerators has been tested and verified to remove 98% of 5 trace pharmaceuticals. The filter removes Ibuprofen, Atenolol, Fluoxetine, Progesterone and Trimethoprim. Not all pharmaceuticals may be present in your tap water. GE guaranteed fit Compatible with select GE french-door refrigerators 6 month filter life; for best filtration results, filter cartridge should be replaced every six months or 300 Gal. replace sooner if flow rate noticeably declines Premium filtrationCertified to reduce chlorine-resistant cysts, lead, select pharmaceuticals and 15 other contaminants Easy filter replacement, no tools or water-turnoff required to replace cartridge inside refrigerator 6 month filter life (cartridge should be replaced every 6 months at a rated capacity or sooner if a noticeable reduction in flow rate occurs)

Genuine GE replacement water filter Reduces 99% of lead from your drinking water Eco-friendly alternative to bottled water Model #: RPWFE Sku #: 1001088892 Internet #: 205601633

GE’s exclusive Advanced Filtration system for GE bottom freezer refrigerators has been tested and verified to remove 98% of 5 trace pharmaceuticals. The filter removes Ibuprofen, Atenolol, Fluoxetine, Progesterone and Trimethoprim. Not all pharmaceuticals may be present in your tap water.

GE guaranteed fit Compatible with select GE french-door refrigerators 6 month filter life; for best filtration results, filter cartridge should be replaced every six months or 300 Gal. replace sooner if flow rate noticeably declines Premium filtration Certified to reduce chlorine-resistant cysts, lead, select pharmaceuticals and 15 other contaminants Easy filter replacement, no tools or water-turnoff required to replace cartridge inside refrigerator 6 month filter life (cartridge should be replaced every 6 months at a rated capacity or sooner if a noticeable reduction in flow rate occurs)

RPWFE – GE Fridge. I have a GE fridge less than two years old. Each time I replace the water filter, it would last less than 3 months. Water would start dispensing slower (a lot slower) where it would take 30 seconds to dispense 8 oz of water. Ice cubes also would start getting smaller in shape as if not enough water is getting through. Am I the only person who’s experiencing this? Last filter only lasted 1 month before it started flowing slowly. Asked by: Fred I’ve had the same issue with GE filters and with other brands that are 1/4 of the price. Those one’s actually last longer. If you want GE to come out and look at it, you have to pay $125 just to have them come to quote it. The GE cafe refigerator we purchased has been nothing but trouble, we had to pay $600 to have the LCD screen replaced because it failed and would adjust the temperature on its own. The hinge is broken and we experience the same with filter issue described above. We gave up on using the filter altogether, but I don’t have the bypass and I believe that ended up creating a leak, which made all the hardwood floor under it buckle. This is the last GE appliance we will buy.

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