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Aqua Fresh WF293 Replacement for Whirlpool 4396701, 4396702, 2301705, and W10281560

Note: This item will be back in stock Mid to Late December 2018

  • Used in: Jenn-Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Whirlpool Refrigerators
  • Filters Class I particulates down to 0.52 microns
  • Replace every 6 months or more, depending on water quality and usage
  • Designed to meet or exceed the OEM filter that it replaces and independently tested against ANSI/NSF standard 42 for reduction of chlorine tastes and odors.
  • Flow Rate: 0.5 gallons per minute
  • Comparable to the Whirlpool 4396701, 4396702, 2301705, W10281560, Aquafresh WF293, and Water Sentinel WSW-2
  • Filter lasts for 300 gallons or 6 months.

Product Description

The Aqua Fresh WF293 filter creates better tasting water for drinking and making beverages as well as clean, clearer, healthy ice. Features: High quality, cost-effective alternative to factory original easy installation and operation helps reduce chlorine taste and odor. Helps reduce contaminants found in tap water and improves its quality. Made from renewable carbon media. Filter screws into the refrigerator. The Aqua Fresh WF293 can replace the Whirlpool 4396701, 4396702, 2301705, and W10281560

From the Manufacturer

Replacement for Estate 4396701, 4396703. Replacement for Kenmore/Sears 46-9915, 4609915000, 9915 and 0469915000. Replacement for Kitchen Aid 4396701, 4396702, 2301705 and 2301706. Replacement for Lowes 183592. Replacement for Whirlpool 4396701, 4396702,2301705, 2301706, WF-NL120V, NL120V, WF120V and WF200V. Filters Class I particulates down to 0.52 microns. Reduces bad taste, odors, sediment, and more. Needs to be replaced every 6 months or more, depending on water quality and usage.




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Examples of Nominal and Actual Sizes

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Nominal Size 20x20x1 16x20x1
Actual Size 19.5x19.5x.75 15.75x19.75x.75

 

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