|Item Weight||1.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 3 x 13.5 inches|
|Item model number||4396841|
|Form Factor||Side by side|
|Included Components||Water Filter|
PUR by Whirlpool Refrigerator "Fast Fill" Water Filter "FILTER3" 4396841 (Pack of 1)
|Price:||$39.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Certified to fit these leading refrigerator brands: Whirlpool, Maytag, kitchenaid, jenn-air and amana
- Used in side-by-side refrigerators; filter compartment is in the bottom left corner of the refrigerator
- Replace filter every 6 months or 200 gallons to maximize contaminant reduction
- PUR Fast-Fill
- NSF certified refrigerator water filter retains beneficial fluoride in water while reducing chlorine taste and odor
- Also reduces particulates, lead, mercury
- Replace every 6 months
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Top Customer Reviews
The water filter really does deliver better water. However, the water filter seems quite expensive to me. Whirlpool, and other manufacturer's that use this type of filter, recommend the filter be replaced twice a year, whether you need to replace the filter or not.
The filter is relatively easy to replace, but be aware of what happens when you pull the filter. To remove the old filter you push a button next to the filter, typically to the left of the filter. Then pull on the cap covering the filter and pull the filter out. Make a note of how the filter was oriented when you pull it out.
The filter will now begin dripping water, so have a paper towel or small bowl available to let the water drip into. You can either let the filter finish dripping into a sink, or throw it into a plastic bag that you can seal to keep the water from dripping out of the bag. Be sure you remove the cover from the filter before you toss it. On our Whirlpool the cover twists counterclockwise for removal.
Install the filter cover onto the new filter. It takes just a twist to lock it into place. Holding the filter so that the two straight pieces on the end of the filter are vertical, with the open portion of the filter cover oriented on the bottom, slide the new filter straight into the filter cavity until the button on the left clicks to let you know the new filter is locked into place. Note that these instructions are for a Whirlpool, but I believe most other refrigerators are similar. You should be ready to go!Read more ›
At first we thought it was our well water or something to do with our water softener. So we Re-disinfected the well and the fun task of disinfecting ALL of the water lines. We also cleaned & changed the salt in softener & re-checked the settings. But still a weird strange taste to the filtered water and ice.. making it undrinkable! Finally we we had a 'duh'-moment.. and like another reviewer we checked the water from other faucets.. and the water from other sources in home tasted clean and pure.. like water is supposed to!!
As the other reviewer commented.. SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THESE FILTERS! I'm purchasing elsewhere in the future.
Hope these filters are investigated so we can find what type of substance was causing the weird taste..and find out if it causes any ill effects for those that have consumed the water!! if i could have rated them LESS than one star.. or a scary star I would have. Personally I would also like a REFUND!!!
To save a few bucks, I order my filter online and three at a time; this usually saves me $3-5.00 per filter. Just search for the item number of the filter and you will find several places that sell it either as a single, a three-pack, a four-pack or a six-pack. Obviously, the more you buy, the more you save.
The item arrived, and I waited until my then-current filter needed replacing. At that time I got out the new filter and tried to install it. I have done this with replacement filters before and it's always been quick and easy. This time I removed the old filter, took off the cap and placed it on the new filter, and tried inserting the new filter. The new filter went all the way in but would not catch and stay in, it kept popping back out. I switched back to the old filter and it went in just fine. I tried this repeatedly, as did a friend, and we always got the same result.
I tried to request a replacement online at Amazon, but was unable to do so because it was past the 30-day deadline after the purchase. I searched all over the site and found no way to contact an actual person to explain the situation. I contacted Whirlpool directly twice, and both times was told they could do nothing about my defective item because I had ordered through Amazon.
Today on a whim I Googled "contact amazon.com" and found a phone number. After a lengthy discussion the end result was that Amazon will let me return the item, but will charge me a restocking fee. The kicker is, they won't tell me what the fee is, they expect me to just return the item and then they will refund whatever amount is left after that fee.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some of the water had a funny taste. We had to go with a different brand from Lowe's. Also, the pressure is messed up. Read morePublished 5 days ago by L. Clopton
This is a very good filter. I was able to get this easily at Walmart earlier but because of a newer model of this, it is not as easy to find this in stores outside. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Harry
Fits my whirlpool. Much cheaper than brand, no difference in taste. One thing though- the black plastic cup that clips over the origional product wont clip on to this one. Read morePublished 17 days ago by colby
Just whatever needed. But price more than doubled since the last time we bought it. Must run several gallons through before using water or icePublished 18 days ago by Sandypit