|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2.5 x 4.8 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||D250A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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- bad taste & odor
Therefore different than the original product spec posted on Amazon. I checked at the local hardware store and their D-250A sets are the same, i.e. Culligan changed the first filtering cartridge (the white one) to a lower spec. Unfortunately, I waited to install these beyond the Amazon return window.
I subsequently ordered a separate D-40A cartridge (this one is NSF certified and meets original D-250A specs), installed it and voila, the flow is normal again and filtering is level 4. Therefore I recommend to purchase the 2 cartridges separately.
a level 4 filter would remove much more, including pesticides, herbicides, etc.
also does NOT have NSF certification.
My order of of the filter cartridges is per manual - the green capped one goes into the 1st compartment close to water inlet, while the GAC (gray activated carbon) cartridge - into the 2nd. On YouTube, Googling "US-1500 filter change" suggests the reverse with the following explanation : that "GAC (granular activated carbon) filters) tend to shed carbon fines into the water, more so than carbon blocks. So, by placing the GAC before the carbon block, the fines that are released will be captured by the carbon block. It's a minor thing, with the primary advantage being a decrease in the amount of purging of the new filters, due to less carbon fines being released." I don't agree - there is a reason the manufacturer recommends placing the GAC into the 2nd compartment in the manual; I think it is to prevent clogging of the white cartridge with carbon residue, thus decreasing its lifespan.
But the bottom line is that the only difference between the old version and the new version is that the grey case is now from China instead of Mexico. The water tastes the exact same to me as it always has, and I have been using this filter system for the last six years.
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I replaced for GE Smart Water Undersink Filter system. It works perfect.Published 7 days ago by Classic Rocks
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I have not used it yet, just for a spare
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Great filters, I have always counted on these filters for 8 years and they have never failed. Change them as required clean the canisters and the water is fantastic.Published 3 months ago by Phillip M.