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          Replacements for KitchenAid Refrigerator Water Filters (8)

          Everydrop Filter 4, UKF8001 Replacement Water Filter by Waterdrop

          NSF 42 & 372 Certified*
          $13.99

          EDR4RXD1 Filter by Waterdrop, Repalcement for Everydrop Filter 4, UKF8001

          6 reviews
          NSF 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $14.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for EveryDrop by Whirlpool Filter 4 Fridge Water Filter

          107 reviews
          NSF 401, 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $17.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for EveryDrop by Whirlpool Filter 7 EDR7D1 Refrigerator Water Filter

          4 reviews
          NSF 401, 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $13.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for Whirlpool 8171413 Refrigerator Water Filter

          43 reviews
          NSF 401, 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $17.99

          Whirlpool 4396508 4396510 Replacement Water Filter by Waterdrop

          $10.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for Whirlpool 4396508 4396510 Refrigerator Water Filter

          181 reviews
          NSF 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $10.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for Whirlpool Water Filter 4396510 4396508

          2 reviews
          NSF 401, 53, 42, 372 Certified*
          $14.99

          Waterdrop Replacement for KitchenAid Refrigerator Water Filters

          Where is the filter on a KitchenAid refrigerator?

          In KitchenAid refrigerators, there are two main places to put the filters. One is located in the upper right-hand corner inside your refrigerator. Another is located in the left side of the refrigerator’s base grille.

          How often to replace a KitchenAid water filter?

          A KitchenAid fridge water filter provides a life of six months. It is recommended that the filter should be replaced every six months or shorter depending on how much water you use in daily life.

          How to replace a KitchenAid filter located in right-hand of the fridge?

          If your filter is located in the upper right-hand corner inside your refrigerator, first open the filter door, pull out the old filter at the right angle and throw it away. Take the orange cap off the new filter and remove the protective coverings from the O-rings. Insert the new filter and make sure the arrow is pointing upward. Then push the filter door closed so it snaps into place.

          How to replace a KitchenAid filter located in the left side of the fridge?

          If your filter is located in the left side of the refrigerator’s base grille, push the eject button to release the filter and remove black filter cap by turning it clockwise, pull the old filter out and discard it. Then remove the blue cap from the new filter and be sure the O-rings are still in place after the cap has been removed. Place the black filter cap on the new cartridge so the ridges align. Turn the cap clockwise to lock into place. When inserting the new filter, make sure the arrow is pointing upward. Finally, push the filter in until the eject button pops back out.

          How to reset a KitchenAid fridge water filter?

          After replacing a new filter, press and hold the button for three seconds. If the system is reset successfully, the water filter icon will return to blue color and the words “Replace Filter” will disappear from the display.

          Where to buy a Waterdrop replacement fridge water filter for KitchenAid?

          Our website provides the replacement of fridge filters with low price and good quality for KitchenAid, you can choose the filter according to your fridge model. Or you can go to our Amazon direct store.

          What kind of water filter do I need for my KitchenAid refrigerator?

          It depends on your refrigerator model, our website provides replacement fridge filter for KitchenAid EDR1RXD1, EDR1RXD1, EDR3RXD1, EDR4RXD1, EDR5RXD1, etc. You can search the model number to get your filter.

          What can Waterdrop replacement for KitchenAid fridge filter remove?

          The filter effectively reduces lead, chlorine, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, waterborne parasites and other contaminants.

          How do you know if your refrigerator filter is bad?

          Some signs can tell you that the filter is bad and need to be replaced such as unpleasant taste or bad smell of the water, the water filter light on the refrigerator comes on, the filter hasn’t been replaced after 6 months, etc. If any above signs shows up, check your filter to make sure if it is fine.

          How do I know if my water filter is clogged?

          If the water flow of your refrigerator slows down and the ice cubes become smaller, it may because that your water filter is clogged or it is incorrectly installed.

          Will ice maker stop working if filter is dirty?

          If the filter is bad or clogged, it may affect the use of ice maker. If your filter hasn’t been replaced after six months and it is dirty, the ice maker may not stop working, but it may cause the ice cubes become thin or hollow and odd taste or smell of the ice and water.

          Does Waterdrop replacement filter for KitchenAid fridge filter really work?

          Yes. Waterdrop replacements for KitchenAid fridge filters can effectively reduce chlorine, bad taste and odor, rust, corrosion, sediments, and turbidity. You can choose your filter on our website according to your refrigerator model.

          Do all KitchenAid refrigerators have fridge water filters?

          Most of the refrigerators have the water filter. Generally, you should replace the water filter for every 6 months. Our website provides the replacement for KitchenAid fridge filters, you can buy according to your refrigerator model.

          Can you clean and reuse refrigerator water filters?

          We don't recommend it. It is better for you to replace a new filter after six months, or the harmful substances may accumulate in the filter tube which could threat the health of drinking water and your body.

          Why is water cloudy after replacing a new water filter?

          After replacing a new filter, there may be some air remaining in the corners of your filter housing, which may lead to cloudy water. You can flush them out by turning the water on for 10 minutes.
          *For detailed information, please refer to the performance data sheet in the instruction manual.
          The following claims have not been tested and certified by NSF: compatibility claims.
          The above statement is accordance with the NSF General Policy 25. Please note the certification information is only applicable to Waterdrop, not representing other brands on this page.
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