Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the water filter is in the toe kick on the bottom
it is a push twist type and should almost pop out when in the right position.
the best buty online right now i know of is at appliancepartspro.com
your looking for part number AP3182816
tell them you want the dealer discount and order 3
you will use em and you might get an additional
15 percent off no guarentee
have a great day
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
The part number is 4392922 for the water filter. You can purchase this water filter at the below link for $ 34.49
Posted on May 19, 2009
Most refrigerators dont have one, Usually you can install on in the supply line. If there was on it might be behind the frig
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
I would suggest , home depot , or , a hardware store , which supplys a filter , with replaceable cartridges . Usually runs about $ 50.00 . This filter , will mount to the wall , and not the appliance itself . If you " bypass " the filter , it may stop the dispensor flow , and / or , the ice maker water flow .
With the new filter , you can use , calcium filter , charcoal filter , or calcium filter replacements . Even lime , I believe , is available .
As far as removing the filter , I suggest , trying , to see if the water / ice maker still works , after removing .
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
SOURCE: water leak at filter
I had this with a Kitchenaid Superba and wanted to get rid of the filter holder assembly entirely as I have an undersink unit which serves the fridge. I removed the plastic line (nut) at the back of the fridge (which led to the filter holder at the front) where the flexible copper tubing inserted (this was a 3/8' compression fitting-plastic) and also the returning line (1/4" copper compression nut on a plastic line) at the manifold (again in the back of the fridge) where it gets split between the water line and the ice line. I then just connected the 1/4" flexible copper directly to the manifold (1/4" nut, compression sleeve, male-male connector) using a pre-made 1/4" flexible compression line. Sounds complicated but after seeing how the water routes it was fairly quick work.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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