General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter

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General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter

  • GE guaranteed fit: Compatible with select GE side-by-side and bottom-freezer refrigerators
  • Premium filtration: Certified to reduce chlorine-resistant cysts, lead, select pharmaceuticals and 15 other contaminants
  • Twist and lock design: Simple design provides easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • Six-month filter life: For best filtration results, filter cartridge should be replaced every six months or 300 gallons
  • GE's most advanced filtration Tested and verified to filter five trace pharmaceuticals, including ibuprofen, progesterone and others
  • Replaces GWF, GWFA, GWF01, GWF06, MWFA
GE appliances refrigerator water filter MWFPGE’s NSF-certified MWF replacement refrigerator water filter—part of the company’s SmartWater filtration series—is the improved version of the GWF model, providing you and your loved ones cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting drinking water at home. By reducing contaminants like mercury, toxaphene, p-dichlorobenzene, carbofuran, alachlor, benzene, lead, cryptosporidium, and giardia, the MWF is a safe and affordable way to contribute to a healt

Price: $ 48.99


3 thoughts on “General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter

  1. Riyad Kalla
    217 of 229 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Couldn’t be Easier, May 30, 2007
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    Riyad Kalla
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    This review is from: General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter (Tools & Home Improvement)
    Shipped immediately, took it out of the box, ignored all the instructions and warnings as men do, unscrewed the other one, put this one in, filled up 2 big glasses of water to “flush it” and that was it.

    Maybe 5mins worth of effort?

    Not sure what else to say in a review of this item, worked great in our GE fridge.

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  2. Renee Wagner
    107 of 114 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    As listed, April 27, 2008
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    Renee Wagner (FL) –

    This review is from: General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter (Tools & Home Improvement)
    This was the same filter I could have ordered from GE directly, but at a much better price.

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  3. Law
    174 of 193 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good, but could be better., April 6, 2012
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    Law

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    I read some of the negative reviews and gave this a try anyway. Fearing that I may end up getting a used repackaged product (as mentioned in some of the negative reviews) I made sure to pick up a TDS* water meter/tester as well. Not only to make sure I got a new filter from this seller, but also so I can test the various liquids used around my home.

    As I’d mentioned in my review for the TDS* water meter/tester, my tap water is hard so I used the baseline measurement (PPM’s) of a bottle of Poland Spring water. My main concern about this filter or my refrigerator water line in general, was that it wasn’t going to make too much of a difference drinking water from the tap versus one that came out of this filter. After my baseline measurements, my concerns were put at ease.

    Below are results from my tests:

    (measurements in PPM)
    0-50 = Ideal drinking water
    50-100 = Carbon filtered water
    100-200 = Hard water
    200-300 = Marginally acceptable
    200-400 = Average tap water
    400+ Very high TDS contaminant level

    –My household baseline–
    Bottle of Poland Spring = 18
    Tap Water = 281
    Gatorade = 260
    5 month old filter from my refrigerator water line = 240
    New filter from my refrigerator water line = 200
    Melted ice (4 hours) = 293

    So what did I learn from this… My tap water isn’t too bad, this particular filter can probably go another month or two, and I really need to clean my ice maker. The good news is that this filter removed 80+PPM’s of TDS* from my tap.

    *TDS* – Total Dissolved Solids are the total amount of mobile charged ions, including minerals, salts, or metals dissolved in a given volume of water.

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