Aqua Fresh WF292 Replacement for Amana WF401,12527304, Kenmore 46-9904 Refrigerator Water Filter
- Ultra-Effective Filtration
- Easy Installation and Operation, No tools required
- Comparable to 12527304 Amana Refrigerator Filters and Water Sentinel WSA-1 Refrigerator Filters
- Reduces contaminants and impurities from your drinking water while keeping it odor-free
- Filter lasts for up to 6-months, depending on usage.
Amana: 12527304, 12527301, 12527302, 12527303, 12527305, 12527307, 12527308, 12527309, 12388401, 12388402, 12388403, 12388404, 12388405, 123884, 12319801, 67003634, 12589203, 12589206, 12527504, R0130021, R0130022, WF30, WF401P, WF401S, WF401T
Kenmore/Sears: 46-9014, 9014P, 46-9904, 9904P
Also Replaces Icepure RWF0900A, EcoAqua EFF-6021A, Water Sentinel WSA-1 filter cartridge.
**Please note this is a compatible spare part and the manufacturers' names and part numbers have been used for reference purposes only.
1. Twist the old filter a quarter-turn counterclockwise and Pull it straight down (the water will shut off automatically).
3. Push the new filter up into the fridge until it stops and twist it a quarter-turn clockwise
5. Reset your 'change filter' light (if your fridge has one).
6. Flush filter with 3-4 gallons of with water until water runs clear. Some noise is not uncommon as air is purged from the system.
Note: The filter must be pushed firmly into the receiver and turned until the filter is locked in place. If the filter is not locked correctly, water will not flow.
For optimum performance, it's recommended you change your filter every 6 months or 300 Gallons
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