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GE GXRTQR Filter Replacement - GXRTQ, GXITD, GXITQ

GXRTQR


GE GXRTQR Filter Replacement - GXRTQ, GXITD, GXITQ
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The GE GXRTQR compatible is a replacement filter for the following water filter system:

  • GE GXRTQ Inline Refrigerator Filter System

The GE GXRTQR Filter Replacement - GXRTQ, GXITD, GXITQ, also known as the Pentek GS-10, is a compatible quick connect replacement for the GXITD, GXITQ and GXRTQ refrigerator and icemaker filter systems. This compatible GE water filter is easy to install and reduces bad taste and odor, sediment and rust from your water and ice. This GE filter replacement also meets NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for the reduction of Chlorine Class I. This GE GXRTQR compatible filter has the new 1/4" quick connect fittings.

Installation tip: The GS-10 does not include the quick connect fittings of the GXRTQ. To install, simply take the fitting off of the water line and connect the bare water line into the filter.



 

GE GXRTQR Filter Replacement - GXRTQ, GXITD, GXITQ Product Reviews :

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  •   here's what I used for GXRTQ/GXRTQR
    Steven S - Austin, Tx   (Thursday, January 06, 2011)

    I have been using the GXRGQ aka 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 GXRTQ
    filter body to the Whirlpool filter, and you're good to go.

  •   Design change
    Susan - Tampa, FL   (Saturday, December 11, 2010)

    Why fix something that isn't broken. Now it takes 2 folks to change the filter instead of one. At my age, getting under the sink to turn the water off and on is a challenge. Do you have any old filters around?

  •   design change.
    Jim - Pittsburg, CA.   (Sunday, September 05, 2010)

    Who ever changed the design of GXRTQR from quick connect to GXRTDR were you have to cut the tubing everytime you change filter is dumb!!!!! What happens when you run out of tubing by cutting it every six months? It's like going backwards in design instead of improving. Why mess with what works. Remember the century old addage? IF IT AINT BROKEN DON'T FIXXXXXXX IT. Bring back the GXRTQ design PLEASE...

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