When Should I Change My Refrigerator’s Water Filter?
Did you know that if you have a refrigerator with an ice maker or water dispenser, you probably have a water filter? Newer refrigerator models usually provide water filtration and dispense ice and water through the door. This filtered water provides you and your family with great tasting ice and water. But the key to continue having the best tasting and cleanest filtered water is to follow a regular maintenance schedule for your fridge filter.
Water travels through miles of piping (steel, plastic, and copper pipes) before ever reaching your home or business. Along the way it may pick up impurities. Water filters and filtration systems can reduce these contaminants. Failure to change your refrigerator water filter allows contaminants (like lead and chlorine) and newly formed bacteria to saturate the filter, forcing the filter to leak contaminants back into the water. Most refrigerator water filter systems do a good job at filtering out certain contaminates that cause bad odor and taste, but refrigerator water filters are not necessarily designed to eliminate some of the more harmful water contaminants. For these contaminants, other water filtration systems should be used in addition to your refrigerator's filter.
How Do I Change My Refrigerator’s Filter?Many manufacturers have taken extra steps to ensure that the refrigerator filters are easy to access and replace. In most cases, changing your refrigerator water filter is quite simple. Each manufacturer's refrigerator water filter system is different, and you should consult the owner's manual to locate the filter and follow the directions for removing and replacing it. For instructions on many popular models, check out our step-by-step instructional videos. Changing your refrigerator's water filter only takes a few minutes and will keep you and your family drinking clean, great tasting, filtered water.
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