GE GXRTDR Exterior Refrigerator/Icemaker Filtration System, White

December 31, 2019 - Comment

The GE Exterior Refrigerator/Icemaker Filtration System reduces contaminants such as sediment and chlorine. Installs directly to the water line of refrigerators without built-in filtration. Entire system is NSF/ANSI certified. Product Features Inline filtration: Filtered ice for your beverages Compatible with refrigerators without built-in filtration: Easily attaches directly to existing refrigerator/ice-maker water line in select GE

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The GE Exterior Refrigerator/Icemaker Filtration System reduces contaminants such as sediment and chlorine. Installs directly to the water line of refrigerators without built-in filtration. Entire system is NSF/ANSI certified.

Product Features

  • Inline filtration: Filtered ice for your beverages
  • Compatible with refrigerators without built-in filtration: Easily attaches directly to existing refrigerator/ice-maker water line in select GE side-by-side and top-freezer refrigerators
  • NSF certified: Brings better tasting water and ice to your home by reducing chlorine taste and odor and sediment
  • Six-month filter life: Filter should be replaced every six months for best filtration results

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good filter; quick connectors mediocre. I use this filter for a water line in my sink, rather than for my refrigerator. It works great, although the quick connectors can be problematic to work with when changing filters. The issue there is that they will leak unless the water line is completely seated, and you really can only tell that by running water through the line and seeing if it leaks. Be prepared with a bucket and towel when installing these. Tip: when you think it’s seated/fitted, work it a little more so it snaps down a…

Anonymous says:

Easy to install Easy to install. If you don’t have the ability to flush by using the line at the fridge like me; just take a 5 gallon bucket and a hose with an adjustable spray nozzle so you can direct the water through the small opening and flush into bucket for 3 gallons or 5 minutes. Don’t skip the flush as you will get quite a bit of black charcoal debris out which is the point of flushing before installing. I use it for my ice maker only and change annually. Seems to work good. Use a black sharpie to…

Anonymous says:

Quick shipping, seems to be working well, GE brand, made in Taiwain (not Red China yet) I used the filter in the water line that supplies the refrigerator’s cold water and ice maker. Installed very easily — just inserted copper water tubing into the filter and pushed it into the filter housing. I had to cut off the old “quick connect” and threaded fittings that were used on the old filter. I had enough “excess” in the existing tubing so the slight shortening of the tubing wasn’t a problem.Just remember to follow instructions to “purge” the filter prior to connecting the…

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