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Many of the filters will tell you that they are certified to ANSI 42 (if they claim a certification at all). Pretty meaningless if you are looking to remove contaminants because that standard is only for odor/taste, i.e. chlorine. Most of the pollutants still get through the cheap filters. You really want one that is a… see more Many of the filters will tell you that they are certified to ANSI 42 (if they claim a certification at all). Pretty meaningless if you are looking to remove contaminants because that standard is only for odor/taste, i.e. chlorine. Most of the pollutants still get through the cheap filters. You really want one that is at least certified for ANSI 53 to remove contaminants. Looking this one up on the EveryDrop web site shows its certifications to include ANSI 53. see less Many of the filters will tell you that they are certified to ANSI 42 (if they claim a certification at all). Pretty meaningless if you are looking to remove contaminants because that standard is only for odor/taste, i.e. chlorine. Most of the pollutants still get through the cheap filters. You really want one that is at least certified for ANSI 53 to remove contaminants. Looking this one up on the EveryDrop web site shows its certifications to include ANSI 53.
D. Selvage
· December 19, 2018
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Made in the USA with globally sourced components.
Papioboyz
· June 15, 2019
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Yes, OEM. This is a single #4 filter, not a 4 pack.
Manufacturers change their packaging all the time. Last filter I bought on Amazon (same logo as shown in the picture here) shared the same exact logo as the one I previously purchased at Home Dep*t.

OCD
· April 18, 2020
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There is an airtight seal that covers the openings on the filter. As long as the seal is in place it will be fine for a long time. Just store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight (a cabinet in your kitchen would work fine probably) and it should be fine for the 12 months or so before you install the last one (… see more There is an airtight seal that covers the openings on the filter. As long as the seal is in place it will be fine for a long time. Just store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight (a cabinet in your kitchen would work fine probably) and it should be fine for the 12 months or so before you install the last one (6 mo for the first, 6 mo for the second, 3rd one installed at 12 months). see less There is an airtight seal that covers the openings on the filter. As long as the seal is in place it will be fine for a long time. Just store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight (a cabinet in your kitchen would work fine probably) and it should be fine for the 12 months or so before you install the last one (6 mo for the first, 6 mo for the second, 3rd one installed at 12 months).
Keyan
· August 22, 2016
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I thought the 4 gallon directions crazy, but was willing to do it. I did go on Kitchen aid/Whirlpool site and if you go into the consumer question area, it says that the 4 gallon is for initial filter for new hookups and that subsequent filters just need to have water run through them until air no longer comes through … see more I thought the 4 gallon directions crazy, but was willing to do it. I did go on Kitchen aid/Whirlpool site and if you go into the consumer question area, it says that the 4 gallon is for initial filter for new hookups and that subsequent filters just need to have water run through them until air no longer comes through the line. (They might have even said about 1-3 quarts, but read this awhile ago.) I think it was around a quart for me. I ran some extra just to be sure. see less I thought the 4 gallon directions crazy, but was willing to do it. I did go on Kitchen aid/Whirlpool site and if you go into the consumer question area, it says that the 4 gallon is for initial filter for new hookups and that subsequent filters just need to have water run through them until air no longer comes through the line. (They might have even said about 1-3 quarts, but read this awhile ago.) I think it was around a quart for me. I ran some extra just to be sure.
EmmyT
· July 30, 2018
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Yea, it's really hard to install. I had to hire a professional water filter installer to put mine in. He was great, installed it in about 7 hours and only charged $450 for the labor. I wish the instructions were included though, I could of tried it myself.

BAHHHH HA HA HA INSTRUCTIONS??!? … see more
Yea, it's really hard to install. I had to hire a professional water filter installer to put mine in. He was great, installed it in about 7 hours and only charged $450 for the labor. I wish the instructions were included though, I could of tried it myself.

BAHHHH HA HA HA INSTRUCTIONS??!?
who needs instructions... see less
Yea, it's really hard to install. I had to hire a professional water filter installer to put mine in. He was great, installed it in about 7 hours and only charged $450 for the labor. I wish the instructions were included though, I could of tried it myself.

BAHHHH HA HA HA INSTRUCTIONS??!?
who needs instructions...

justin macfarland
· August 19, 2017
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Maytag
UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, 67003523, 67003526, 67003527, 67003528, 12589203, 12589206, 12589208, 12589210, 13040216, 13040216N, UKF9001
Whirlpool … see more
Maytag
UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, 67003523, 67003526, 67003527, 67003528, 12589203, 12589206, 12589208, 12589210, 13040216, 13040216N, UKF9001
Whirlpool
FILTER 4, 4396395, UKF8001, UKF8001AXX-750, 67003523-750, UKF8001AXX-200, UKF9001AXX-100, EDR4RXD1
Sears/Kenmore Refrigerator
46-9005, 9005, 9005P, 46-9006, 469006, 9006, 9006P, 46-9992, 469992, 9992, 9992P, 469005750, 469005-750, 46-9005-750, 469006750, 469006-750, 46-9006-750, 4609005000, 46-9006-200
Amana
WF50, OWF50, WF51, OWF51, WF50-NI300, OWF50-NI300, WF50-KNI300, WF50-NI500, OWF50-WI500, WF50-WI500, WF50-KWI500 see less
Maytag
UKF8001, UKF8001AXX, 67003523, 67003526, 67003527, 67003528, 12589203, 12589206, 12589208, 12589210, 13040216, 13040216N, UKF9001
Whirlpool
FILTER 4, 4396395, UKF8001, UKF8001AXX-750, 67003523-750, UKF8001AXX-200, UKF9001AXX-100, EDR4RXD1
Sears/Kenmore Refrigerator
46-9005, 9005, 9005P, 46-9006, 469006, 9006, 9006P, 46-9992, 469992, 9992, 9992P, 469005750, 469005-750, 46-9005-750, 469006750, 469006-750, 46-9006-750, 4609005000, 46-9006-200
Amana
WF50, OWF50, WF51, OWF51, WF50-NI300, OWF50-NI300, WF50-KNI300, WF50-NI500, OWF50-WI500, WF50-WI500, WF50-KWI500

LJ
· January 7, 2018
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Always happens because air is trapped in between filter and dispenser.
After installing a filter, I flush out 4 gallons as per the box. I have 64 ounce juice containers on hand for this. 64 oz = 1/2 gallon.
Jay (James) Hind

James 'Jay' Hind
· May 8, 2016
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Don't know, but best to use the filter that is recommended for the product.
V. A. Trammell
· December 9, 2015
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Yes, but it's a fake one. Take a look at the product picture and compare to the one on the manufacturer website. Pay attention to the contaminants numbers on the bottom. There are other differences, but that's the easiest one to spot.
Nope Nopeson
· December 18, 2019