|Item Weight||1.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.1 x 5.2 x 3.1 inches|
|Item model number||4396710P|
|Item Package Quantity||2|
PUR by Whirlpool Refrigerator "Advanced" Water Filter "FILTER3C" 4396710P (Pack of 2)
|Price:||$126.50 + $3.99 shipping|
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- NSF-certified refrigerator water filter retains beneficial fluoride in water while reducing chlorine taste and odor
- Also reduces cysts, asbestos, particulates, lead, mercury
- Replace every 6 months
- 2-pack premium push-button refrigerator water filters
- For Whirlpool and KitchenAid side-by-side refrigerators with filter access in the base grille
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Here are the filter part numbers that this Whirlpool filter replaces. You'll find the number ON your old Sears filter so you'll need to pop yours out. I found about 3 separate part numbers on my Sears filter so look carefully!
9020, 9030, 46-9020, 46-9030, 469020, 469030, T1RFWB2, T1WB2, T1WB2L, T1RFKB1, T1KB1, 2260538, T1KB2, T1RFKB2, Kenmore Pur 2260515, 2260538. The Whirlpool 4396710 will also replace part number W10121145. (these numbers were found through searching on Google)
Also I noted that Amazon has 3 different part numbers for this Whirlpool filter: 4396710, 4396710P, 4396710T / I believe these filter numbers are all the same, it just signifies the quantity in the pack. 1 filter, 2 filters, 3 filters respectively.
This filter appears to be the EXACT same filter that Sears sells, it just doesn't say Sears, it says Whirlpool.
Some interesting Facts not all know: Why to change your filter...
Eventually the AC filter (Active Carbon) loses its ability to remove contaminants, because it becomes clogged with material. In the case of taste and odor, the time to change the filter is easy to detect. However, in the case of other contaminants, it is more difficult to determine when the filter is no longer performing at an adequate level. Most manufacturers recommend a filter change after a certain volume of water has passed through the filter. Some AC units actually meter the water and automatically shut down after a specific quantity of water has passed through the filter. A general rule of thumb for high-volume AC filters is to change the filter after six months of use or 1000 gallons of filtered water. Tests done by Rodale Press Product Testing Department indicated that filtering performance was reduced dramatically after 75 percent of the manufacturer's recommended life time. These results suggest that filters should be changed more often than suggested by the manufacturer. Some AC filters are claimed to last for five years, because they are rechargeable with hot water (145 degrees F). The heat is supposed to release adsorbed organic chemicals. Little information is available on the prolonged effectiveness of rechargeable AC units. General recommendations are somewhat useful quidelines, but there is no guarantee that they apply to any specific situation. Remember, the only certain way of knowing whether contaminant levels are acceptable or not is by having your water tested.
A sediment filter installed ahead of any AC filter will prolong the life of the AC unit.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
why this product got so expensive?? Product it self is OK but I am not sure if I want to spend so much $. I am not sure if other substitute brand is safe... Read morePublished 12 hours ago by Kite Eight
Arrived on schedule and are excellent - identical to what you would purchase at a large department store.Published 10 days ago by Dave
Perfect. Last a long time. I have to buy these every now and then when the refigarator tells me its time for another. 2-3 times a year.Published 11 days ago by Rusty
I thought I was purchasing the same filter I had before. I wondered because it says 'cyst reducing'. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dawn
The filters are a great replacement. Better than spending $45.00 for one at big box store.Published 18 days ago by Kayne
I would rate this higher, but the design has been changed and the head of the filter is now smaller, which means that even though it still works in my fridge, the removal piece... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Zachary Colvin