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My faucet is dripping--is there an easy fix, or

My faucet for my GE Smartwater under sink filtration system is dripping--is there an easy fix, or where can I get a faucet replacement. This does not have a seal like a normal faucet.

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You could aoways go to there web site alot of these type of faucet have real good warrantys you might just be able to get a replacement for free,,, depending on the age of the unit

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Here is the web page for GE. You will probably have to replace the whole faucet. When you call have the model # available for your system so they can supply the appropriate faucet. You may as well order more filters as they will be less expensive ordering on-line. These filters should really be changed every 6 months.
http://products.geappliances.com/ApplProducts/html/GEAResults.htm#Category=Dual_and_Single_Stage_Water_Filtration
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The red pressure relief button on my GE Smartwater GXWH35F whole house water filter system doesn't seem to be relieving pressure. As a result I cannot turn the filter cartridge in order to replace the...


To replace the filter cartridge. Do the following;
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