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The PUR Quarter Turn refrigerator water filter is primarily a replacement for the Whirlpool 4396510 refrigerator filter, though it is compatible with all refrigerators which use a quarter turn in-grille water filter, including the following refrigerator filter replacement part numbers:
The PUR refrigerator filter cartridge is a compatible refrigerator water and ice filter cartridge that fits all refrigerators which use a quarter turn in-grille water filter. This PUR filter will fit all of the same refrigerator models and is identical to the Whirlpool 4396510 refrigerator water filter replacement and numerous other similar quarter turn in-grille replacement refrigerator filters except that it does not remove as many impurities as some of those other refrigerator filters.
When replaced regularly, PUR refrigerator water filters reduce the amount of impurities and contaminants in your water to provide clean and fresh tasting water and ice for your home and family. The PUR Quarter Turn replacement refrigerator water filter improves the taste and odor of your water and ice by removing anything larger than 0.5 microns, including:
This PUR refrigerator filter cartridge should be replaced about every 6 months or when the filter replacement light indicates. The filter life may vary depending on frequency of use as well as your local water conditions.
The PUR Quarter Turn replacement refrigerator water filter is compatible with many different types of refrigerator brands which use a quarter turn in-grille filter including Whirlpool, Kitchenaid, Kenmore, and others; specifically, some of the popular refrigerator model numbers it fits include:
PUR Quarter Turn (Whirlpool 4396510 Compatible) Replacement Refrigerator Filter Specifications:
The PUR Quarter Turn is also known by part number W10186668 and 048378001. The EPA number is 070595-MEX-001. This replacement refrigerator water filter is tested and certified by NSF International against NSF / ANSI Standards 42 and 53.