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Replacing Your LG LT700P Refrigerator Water Filter in Under a Minute

by Kevin King November 22, 2015

Replacing Your LG LT700P Refrigerator Water Filter in Under a Minute

Replacement Diagram LG LT700P Refrigerator water filter

Where to Buy

Replacing refrigerator water filters is a quick and easy process. The LT700P is commonly found on LG refrigerators with forward facing French doors and 4 door models with a water dispenser. You can get the most competitive pricing online. RevolutionFilter.com has the both excellent pricing and speedy delivery. You can purchase this immediately on this page.

What it Filters from Your Water

The LT700 water filter is NSF Standard  42 and 53, which means it filters Chlorine, class 1 particulate, mercury, lindane, lead, atrazaine, carbofuran,   toxaphene, asbestos and all the other bad things you do not want in your water. This will improve the taste and quality of your water.

LT700P 2 pack

 Step by Step LT700 Replacement Diagram

Below is a diagram and video with step by step replacement instructions.

Step by Step Replacement Diagram LG LT700P Refrigerator water filter




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