Whirlpool W10295370A Refrigerator Water Filter

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Whirlpool W10295370A Refrigerator Water Filter
Whirlpool water filter
I’ve had my Whirlpool side-by-side refrigerator with in-door water and ice dispenser for over 3 years now and it has performed flawlessly. I was confused when I went to re-order the water filter from Amazon recently as it appeared Amazon no longer stocked #W10295370. However they do, and it’s the same number with an A at the end. For some reason it only comes up as stocked by Amazon if you enter W10295370A. They are the same filter. Amazon’s price of $30.18 with free shipping is cheaper than I can find it anywhere else. It’s usually about $40 in stores. I’ve found the filters easy to replace and they last me 6-7 months. Unless you use a huge amount of water and/or ice daily the filter should easily last 6 months. My refrigerator has a light and chime that remind me when the filter has been in place for 6 months, which I find useful. The filter does a good job of improving the quality and taste of the water.

Chemical aftertaste
This filter is horrible. They’ve replaced W10295370 with W10295370A, and the newer model has a problem. I got the first one, ran about 4 gal. of water through it and water still had a terrible chemical taste. I returned the first one, thinking I just got a bad one. Second filter has the same problem. I now had it for 30 days and can’t return it anymore, but ever after one month, my water still tastes like chemicals.

Beware of this filter and don’t be fooled by a cheaper price!!!

Description : This Refrigerator Ice & Water Filter is used in refrigerators requiring filter W10295370 or W10295370A. While retaining beneficial fluoride, this NSF® certified Refrigerator Water Filter reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates, lead, and mercury.
Features :

  • NSF certified refrigerator water filter retains beneficial fluoride in water while reducing chlorine taste and odor
  • Reduces particulates, lead, mercury
  • Replace every 6 months

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