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Better taste and fewer impurities, that is what you get with the Frigidaire WF2CB PureSource2 replacement water and ice refrigerator filter. Designed for convenience, appearance, and function with its one-touch front loading system that makes it easy to replace and enjoy crisp and refreshing water for months at a time. NSF testing show this filter takes out a lot of bad stuff like cysts, lead, sediment, and pesticides among other impurities sometimes found in water. It takes out enough to have gotten certified for standard 42 and 53. Quite a feat for something that is designed to be compact and provide greater value for longer. If we can't sell you on fewer waterborne contaminants or pollutants in your water, consider how the carbon filtration media absorbs foul taste and odors. When water moves through the filter, chemical absorption neutralizes smells so the water being dispensed into your glass always tastes refreshing. Drinking water is a smart choice for living a healthier lifestyle. Keep what goes into your body clean and all the bad stuff out.
Frigidaire WF2CB Specifications:
Frigidaire WF2CB Replacement is NSF Tested and Certified to Reduce::
The Frigidaire WF2CB Replaces the Following Part Numbers:
The Frigidaire WF2CB Replacement Works With the Following Front Cassette Models of Frigidaire Refrigerator Models:
You refrigerator model might not be listed. To check compatibility refer to the manufacturer.
The Frigidaire WF2CB PureSource2 Water Filter - FC-100 is the replacement refrigerator filter for part numbers FC-100 or FC100 and SWF2CB, NGFC 2000, NGFC2000, NGFC-2000. The PureSource2 filter is also the replacement for Kenmore water filter 9911, as well as part numbers 46-9911 and 9916 for Kenmore refrigerators manufactured by Frigidaire. This compatible FC100 filter fits all front cassette models of Frigidaire refrigerators.
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