|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||9.5 x 5.6 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||R-9101|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
|Warranty Description||30 Day No Hassle Return Policy|
Samsung DA29-00020B Compatible Water Filter for Refrigerator -fits DA29-00020A,HAF-CIN EXP (2-PACK)
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- REFRESH YOUR FAMILY'S WATER and save big with a high quality brand refrigerator water filter from Refresh by MyFresh™.
- CERTIFIED AND TESTED by the Water Quality Association to NSF/ANSI 42 standards.
- FINALLY CLEAN TASTING AND SAFE WATER - High flow rate filter delivers clean, clear water. Removes Chlorine, taste and odor. Does not remove beneficial minerals
- GUARANTEED FIT FOR MODELS: Samsung DA29-00020B, DA29-00020A, 04609101000, DA-97-08006A, DA-97-08006A-B, DA-97-08006B, DA29-00019A, DA2900019A, DA2900020A, DA2900020B, DA97-08006A-B, HAF-CIN, HAF-CIN-EXP, HAF-CINEXP, HAFCIN also Kenmore 46-9101, 469101, 9101, 09101, Aquafresh WF294, Samsung RS261MDRS/XAA
- 100% MONEYBACK GUARANTEE FROM THE MANUFACTURER - With Refresh by MyFresh™ filters, you can trust us to deliver high quality products with exceptional service. So if you're unsatisfied with your filter during the first 60 days, you are eligible to receive a full refund - Why pay more? Try Refresh filters today!
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Tested and certified by the Water Quality Association. Refresh filter meets NSF/ANSI 42 & NSF/ANSI 372 standards for reduction of lead content and removal of contaminants such as chlorine, taste and odor, and particulates. This high flow rate filter delivers clean, clear water that looks and tastes great.
Guaranteed Fit For: Samsung DA29-00020B
For Samsung Refrigerators:
REFSVC, RF260BEAESR, REFSVC, RF23HCEDBBC, RF23HCEDBSR, RF23HCEDBWW, RF23HCEDTSR, RF23HTEDBSR, RF23J9011SG, RF24FSEDBSR, RF24J9960S4, RF25HMEDBBC, RF25HMEDBSR, RF25HMEDBWW, RF260BEAESR, RF260BEAEWW, RF261BEAEBC, RF261BEAESR, RF261BEAEWW, RF263BEAEBC, RF263BEAESR, RF263BEAEWW, RF263TEAESG, RF263TEAESP, RF263TEAESR, RF26J7500BC, RF26J7500SR, RF26J7500WW, RF28HDEDBSR, RF28HDEDTSR, RF28HFEDBBC, RF28HFEDBSR, RF28HFEDBWW, RF28HFEDTSR, RF28HFEDTWW, RF28HMEDBBC, RF28HMEDBSR, RF28HMEDBWW, RF28HMELBSR, RF28JBEDBSG, RF28JBEDBSR, RF28K9070SG, RF28K9380SG, RF28K9380SR, RF30HBEDBSR, RF31FMEDBSR, RF323TEDBBC, RF323TEDBSR, RF32FMQDBSR, RF34H9960S4, RF4267HABP, RF4267HARS, RF4267HAWP, RF4287HABP, RF4287HARS, RF4287HAWP, RF4289HARS, RFG293HABP, RFG293HAWP, RFG296HDPN, RFG296HDRS, RFG296HDWP, RFG297HDBP, RFG297HDPN, RFG297HDRS, RFG297HDWP, RFG298HDBP, RFG298HDPN, RFG298HDRS, RFG298HDWP, RFG29PHDBP, RFG29PHDPN, RFG29PHDRS, RFG29PHDWP, RH22H9010SR, RH25H5611BC, RH25H5611SR, RH29H9000SR, RS25H5000BC, RS25H5000WW, RS25H5111BC, RS25H5111SR, RS25H5111WW, RS25H5121BC, RS25H5121SR, RS25H5121WW, RS25J500DBC, RS25J500DSR, RS261MDBP, RS261MDRS, RS261MDWP, RS263TDBP, RS263TDRS, RS263TDWP, RS265TDBP, RS265TDRS, RS265TDWP, RS267TDBP, RS267TDPN, RS267TDRS, RS267TDWP, RSG307AARS
Filter Installation Note: Push Filter In very firmly first - then twist to secure a full seal with your fridge.
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I got an e-mail from Refresh the day after I received the filter, asking for a good review, and if I had any questions or concerns. That was a nice touch. I asked them if I should be concerned because the opening at the end of the filter was so much LARGER than on my Samsung filter that came off? Here's a visual: if you sharpened a new #2 Ticonderoga pencil, you could only insert the sharp pointed end into the Samsung probably enough to just barely cover the exposed lead. With the replacement Refresh filter, you could flip the pencil around & put the brand new eraser end of the pencil inside the round filter opening, & still wiggle it around. The Refresh guy (owner?) said this was done so that it would fit a variety of different refrigerator models (and more than one manufacturer). I didn't give this any thought at that time because the leaking hadn't started yet. But the next morning there was ~ 6 oz of water on the kitchen floor under & in front of the fridge.
It only leaks after we use the in-door water dispenser. Making ice cubes does not seem to trigger it (or maybe the automated ice make hasn't been replacing any ice cubes much this past week). I got a glass of water thru the door before I went to bed last night and there was another 3-4 oz of water on the floor in front of the fridge this AM.
I threw all the packaging away so probably cant return the Refresh filter now. I am going to look for another model that has approx the SAME size circular opening as the Samsung. I threw that away, but fortunately I took photos of both.
I subsequently tried another generic brand of Samsung replacement water filter found on Amazon for under $20, after writing my original review, and this one specifically promised in the spec's that it had the smaller dimension hole, like the original Samsung filter. But this was untrue, and when it came, it had the same, larger opening as the first copy brand I bought that leaked so badly. I immediately returned it for full refund. Amazon is awesome this way - they even took back the first filter a month after I bought it, w/ no packaging, for a full credit, incl free return shipping!
Last weekend I bought a real Samsung filter from Home Depot. $49!! But zero leaking, it has the correct size (tiny) opening...
BTW, I ran the fridge for a few months with NO filter. The design allows it to do so with no leaking. Not sure how important having a filter really even is; our city water rates very high quality (according to the city!)
My red indicator light on my fridge went on a week ago, telling me it's time for a new filter again.
If anyone finds a replacement filter which actually DOES have the smaller opening so a Samsung refer won't leak, please advise WHICH BRAND it is!
I'm certain Samsung does not consider this unique opening size they use for this model a "bug", but rather a "feature"! In fact, to keep this revenue stream going, I can imagine Samsung engineers intentionally changing the circumference of the filter opening by 1-2 mm for subsequent year's models of their fridges, as soon as any Amazon supplier introduces a correct knock-off size for a given model of refrigerator. (This would also explain fewer suppliers bothering to copy Samsung filters, because Samsung could keep the size of their market potential per filter re-tooling small.) Samsung might have to carry more replacement filter inventories this way, which would be unfortunate from their perspective, but they'd get to keep selling a product that could be manufactured & sold profitably for < $20, for more than double that!
As a finance professional, I actually admire this strategy...as a cheapskate customer though, not so much!
Paying $50 every 6 months is a racket. It feels like being askwed to buy genuine HP ink cartridge replacements to go in an HP printer, even if they cost double what acceptable quality printer cartridge replacement knock-offs cost.
In the tech word and on the cloud, every SAS supplier's goal is to turn every customer into a $5-$10/ month annuity revenue stream, into perpetuity. Apple, Amazon Music, Netflix, MS Office 365, Anti-Virus software, Lojak, etc...too many for me to count that I am direct billed for monthly or annually. Looks like Samsung appliances found their $8/mo revenue stream "forever" opportunity, too, but in a low-tech application! (Also like Gillette and the $2 per replacement cartridge shaving blades, that averages out to ~ $10/mo into perpetuity, too. Thanks god for knock-offs, when they work as claimed, and a place like Amazon to warn other customers, when they don't!)
notice this wasn't a Samsung filter until it arrived. (A bit annoyed Amazon doesn't label this as replacement or take Samsung out of the title-- ah caveat emptor as they say)
Anyway I decided to try it. First filter resulted in slow slow water stream. I know you have to "prime" the filter by running a few gallons through but it took 8 minutes to fill a 16oz glass.... I was worried about burning out the solenoid. I know sometimes the filter being in wrong causes slow stream. So I reinstalled the filter twice. Still slow. I switched back to the old one (samsung) and it resolved. I
figured it was a bad filter so trashed it and opened the a second box. After a lot spitting it seemed fine. I went to bed and to work the next day. In the afternoon my wife calls saying there's water all over the floor. She had to work so I said just shut off the water and I'd look at it later. When I got home and looked at it, one of the plastic threads was chipped. So I tossed the second filter and installed the third (after closely examining the threads).
Third primed fine and it's been two hours without any leaks. Water tastes ok. A bit more metallic than i remember the Samsung filter but sometimes it takes a few days to fully break in
Summary -- bought 3 pack
1st : slow stream. Could not fill 20oz in 10min
2nd : Broken threads resulting in a leak
3rd : seems ok. Inferior taste to factory filter
I will not be purchasing filters on Amazon again.