GXRTQ Quick Connect Water Filter System
The GXRTQ has been discontinued. Please see our entire line of in-line water filters for a suitable replacement.
The GXRTQ Quick Connect In-line Water Filter can be easily installed to the water line going to any brand or make of refrigerator that has a water and/or ice dispenser.
The GXRTQ includes parts for standard Quick Connect installations. Additional Tools such as a tube cutter or wrench may be necessary for some installations.
The GXRTQ is NSF/ANSI Tested & Certified to reduce the following contaminants in your water:
Chlorine Taste & Odor
Sediment & Rust
The GE GXRTQ Specifications:
Flow Rate: .5 GPM
Pressure Range: 25-125 psi
Max Temp: 100 Degrees Farenheit
Installs on 1/4" Copper or Plastic Water Line
Auto Shut-Off feature allows for easy changing of filter cartridge (GXRTDR)
Features Filter Change Sticker To Write Date On
Filter Capacity: 2000 Gallons or 6 months
Includes Fittings For Water Line
You should replace the GXRTDR cartridge every six months or if your water has a bad taste or odor. The GXRTQ system previously used the GXRTQR as a replacement cartridge, but it has been discontinued and replaced with the GXRTDR.
GXRTQ Quick Connect Water Filter System Product Reviews :
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Number of reviews : 9
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GXRTQR filter - used this instead
Steven S - Austin (Tuesday, January 04, 2011)
I have been using the GXRTQR filter for years, but could not find it anymore.
I bought a Whirlpool WHKF-IMPLUS and it works fine as a replacement! Just be sure to transfer the screw-in quick connect adapters from the GXRTQR filter body to the Whirlpool filter, and you're
good to go.
Mike - Austin, TX (Sunday, December 26, 2010)
If you use a nut type hose connection, you may remove the quick connection ends and directly connect an EcoPure (ep-inl30) filter.
Bring this product back!
Raymond Williams - Southfield, Michigan (Friday, November 19, 2010)
Not a good idea to discontinue this product. I replaced my GXRTQ filter with the new quick connect replacement on my copper lines. As soon as I pushed the refrigerator back into place, the connections leaked. I never had that problem on the GXRTQ filter.
JOHN REDDINGTON - Pittsfield,Mass. (Sunday, November 07, 2010)
DITTO THE ABOVE. HAVING TO CUT THE LINE IS STUPID. THE OTHER WAS A TAKE OFF/PUT ON INSTALLATION - 10 Minutes MAXIMUM.
GE Ice maker filter
BB - Arizona (Saturday, June 26, 2010)
If GE will not bring this filter back I'm
sure someone will make a replacement with quick connects. I will spend my money at that company instead.
GXRTQR - water filter for icemaker
Lee McNair - Dallas, Texas (Monday, June 21, 2010)
DITTO, the previous remarks. Discontinued this product was a bad idea. I had no problems with it and don't like the idea of cutting the line. Where can I get this item?...If I can't get it, will stop buying GE products
Walter Filter ice maker
Denise - Chatham Ontario (Tuesday, June 15, 2010)
Using this filter for 10 years or more and now have to change to another system. I like the quick connect. Could you bring it back the GXRTQ.
Alice Sullivan - Buffalo, NY (Monday, June 14, 2010)
Ditto John's remarks. I went to buy a replacement and non was available. Can I buy it any where?
GXRTQR - GE icewater filter
JOHN L. MARTINEZ - CLEARWATER, FLORIDA (Saturday, June 05, 2010)
I have been using this product for several years with excellant results. Once quick disconnect fittings are installed on existing in & out water lines, it was very easy to change out.
Where can I purchase this GXTRQ(R)filter?
I am dissapointed that GE does not stock or has discontiuned this design.
The new design without quick disconnect fittings appears to have a potenial problem for leaks and I am afraid to try!
I am now using a different brand filter, designed without quick disconnect fittings but with normal water line connection fittings. This is a very positive conection.
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