Tip & How-To about Refrigerators
Install a filter in the water line between the wall and the ref.
Thats what I have done. The filter costs about a third of the cost
of the factory ones.
Go to your local Appliance Parts store and they will discuss installing
the filter. (Very Easy job)
Be sure and stop the original filter with the stopper that came with the ref.
or remove the filter and screw the filter canister back on to eliminate it.
Cut your line and install the wall side first, so you can flush water and charcoal dust through your new filter into a bucket. Then install the ref side . Be sure the water flow arrows on the filter are pointing toward your Ref.
And you can change the filter anytime because its so cheap
Happy,Happy, Happy Savings.
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