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Frigidaire WF2CB PureSource2 Ice And Water Filtration System, 1 Pack

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  • Replacement for Frigidaire filters FC-100, FC100, WF2CB, SWF2CB, NGFC 2000, NGFC2000, NGFC-2000
  • NSF-certified
  • Reduces cysts by 99.99% Particulates (Class 1) by 98.5%, Turbidity by 99.70%, Lead by 99.30% Particulates (class III) by 98.6%, Mercury by 91%
  • Reduces Herbicides 1,4-D by 96%, Alachlor by 98%, Atraxine by 98%, Pesticides Lindane by 92%, Toxaphene by 87.5%
  • Reduces chlorine taste and order as well as sediment
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Product Information

Size Name: 1 Pack
Technical Details
Part Number WF2CB B
Item Weight13.4 ounces
Product Dimensions2 x 5 x 9 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model numberWF2CB
Size1 Pack
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionOne year
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #27 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 18, 2004

Product Description

Size: 1 Pack

From the Manufacturer

Frigidaire's WF2CB PureSource2 ice and water filtration system is the replacement filter for part numbers FC-100 or FC100, WF2CB, SWF2CB, NGFC 2000, NGFC2000, and NGFC-2000. It is also the replacement for Kenmore part numbers 46-9911, 9911, and 9916 for Kenmore refrigerators manufactured by Frigidaire. This filter fits all front-cassette models of Frigidaire refrigerators. It reduces chlorine taste and odor as well as sediment and removes 99 percent of cysts, lead, and turbidity, but it does not remove fluoride. It features slide-in-and-out technology for easy replacement. It's recommended that users replace the filter every nine months.

This filter may have resin visible in the filter casing. The resin is created in the sonic weld process and is NSF approved.

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Customer Reviews

Good, clear, clean tasting water.
E. Diaz
The design is slightly different (see other peoples one star comments) and does not seat properly (at least in my refrigerator).
It fits perfectly and works just as well.
Kevin Michael Mcdonald

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

100 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Copy RuStar on August 23, 2010
Size Name: 1 Pack
First, I saw that one reviewer has a problem with leaking filters when used in an older Frigidaire. I've had no such problem with the original filter and two replacements that I've installed. (And yuck! to see what those filters have removed from the city water!) So, maybe higher than normal water pressure is the problem and could possibly be regulated. Just a thought.

My Rating:
The filters are 5-star performers but even at Amazon's lower price, I still consider them "pricey", so I dropped a star.

My Tip:
I kept my last filter in until performance (delivered water flow rate) had diminished considerably. It was sort of an experiment in economy. I was surprised when my ice maker started to jam with the under-sized "cubes" (they are actually shaped like half of a large thick coin) resulting from the slower water flow through the old filter. One or more of the ice ejector cogs would get jammed with one of the "runt" cubes. What obviously happens is that the water fill operation is controlled entirely by a timer, so reduced flow results in less water delivered to the tray cavities. The cycle continues and results in small cubes of ice for which the ejectors are not designed.

So my tip is that if you try to extend the life of the filter by accepting the slower water delivery rate, pay attention to the size of the ice cubes. When they are reduced to about two-thirds normal size, the ice maker is likely to become jammed. It's easy to see the problem after removing the cover from the ice maker, but the only solution is to install a new filter. Once I cleared the jam easily by hand but had to (carefully) use an ice pick the next time - and then immediately installed a new filter!

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132 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Greg S on February 24, 2010
Size Name: 1 Pack
I have had my Frigidare refrigerator for about 5 years now. The filters used to have a thick housing over the two smaller cylinders and it worked wonderfully. I never experienced any problems with those filters. About 2 years ago they changed the design taking away the outer housing leaving only the two smaller cylinders. Since then I have been through 8 filters in two years. When you cover the outlet hole and blow into the inlet hole, you can see the water spirt out of the side of the cartridge. It doesn't always occur at the top seal; however, many times the leak is in the plastic but you can see where the seam glue has run down to the spot where it's leaking. It appears that the glue they are using is dissolving the weak plastic and causing it to leak. I'm not sure what you can do about it but I just save my receipts and take them back about every 2-4 months when they fail. It's a pain but the manufacturer won't do anything about it. I just won't buy another Frigidare in the future!
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Laura Ellis on November 13, 2012
Size Name: 1 Pack
Received two of these in the mail today. The design is completely different from the last batch I got a two years ago. The old ones were clear, you could see the two filter cylinders inside, and when you took it out for replacement it was plain to see how black/dirty the filters got. These are white plastic and not clear.

I installed the filter as usual, it didn't want to seat right, but finally clicked in with a bit of jiggling. I proceeded to dispense water to prime the filters. Nothing happened at first, there was a lot of sputtering, but water finally started coming out, but was also leaking inside the fridge. I pushed the filter in with a bit more force to make sure it was in there. On the 3rd pitcher of water, the water sputtered and, because I had the fridge door open to watch for leaks, the filter suddenly shot straight out of the refrigerator and across the room! Lucky it didn't hit anyone because it would have caused an injury. No damage to the filter that I could see so I reinstalled it. Once again, it didn't want to seat properly, but finally did. Finished out the 3 minutes of priming, emptied my ice maker, and set it to make extra ice. Went to get a glass of water, no water comes out. Open the fridge, the filter is sticking out of it's slot about 1/8", so it unseated itself once again! Tried to push it in multiple times, it just would not stay in on its own at all. (but if I held it in and pushed the water dispenser, it worked fine) Turned to the 2nd new filter because I was getting really annoyed with the first one and thought it might just be a bad filter. Same exact thing happened, the filter actually shot across the room again, but I was ready for it this time!

I do not recommend these filters! No idea what to do if this is the only Pure Source 2 replacement part available now. It is an inferior product compared to the old design, and with my Frigidaire model at least, it does not stay seated properly.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Don on June 4, 2011
Size Name: 1 Pack
To further the leak review discussion:
Just called Frigidaire/Electrolux to ask about the leaky redesign. They cannot tell me whether what they sell on THEIR OWN WEBSITE is the original design (2 cylinders enclosed in a plastic rectangle) or the faulty (2 cylinders not enclosed). Customer service assured me that the part would fit; when reiterating I was concerned about the 2 cylinder design and not the fit they suggested going to Lowe's to look at the part available. Want to order from Amazon as $10 cheaper- note the customer photo is the original rectangle and Amazons photo is the exposed 2 cylinder design.

**I don't think the company is concerned about the flaw.** A suggestion: letter writing campaign to the company- companies do seem to respond better to something in writing (it is visible proof they ignored the consumer if they don't act). Maybe involve your local news; many like faulty product reports/warnings. Let's ramp up the bad publicity and make them care about us!

My situation: Three year old fridge which I have not replaced the filter on even once given the reviews online. In case Frigidaire should ever read Amazon reviews, please know knowledgable consumers do exist who will (1) not buy the faulty filters, (2) not buy Frigidaire/Electrolux products in the future, and (3) discourage any friends from buying these brands. (Interestingly, I have had TurboTax respond to a mostly positive Amazon review with one minor suggestion- a surprise and an indication a company cares). A shame if Frigidaire/Electrolux loses business this way- my whole kitchen is stainless Frigidaire appliances.
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