Whirlpool 4396510 -ltimo Filtro de agua del refrigerador
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- El filtro 4396510 sustituye a los siguientes números de serie antiguos:
- Whirlpool 4396508, 4396510p, 4392922, 8212491, 2255520
- KitchenAid 4396548, 4396164, 2203221, 2255709
- Sears Kenmore/46 - 9010, 469010, 8000, 8010 9010p, 04609010000
- (algunos Kenmore frigoríficos están hechas de Whirlpool)
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Descripción del producto
-El filtro Whirlpool 4396510 se utiliza para Whirlpool side-by-side con el acceso a su vez a trav-s de la rejilla de la base frontal. El filtro Whirlpool 4396510 reduce quistes, amianto, cloro, sabor y olor, part-culas, plomo, mercurio, y m-s. El filtro de refrigerador Whirlpool 4396510 tambi-n retiene el fl-or beneficioso. El filtro Whirlpool 4396510 est- certificado NSF para garantizar a los consumidores que est-n bebiendo agua limpia y segura.
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Interesting thing is, I measured the PPM from the water (reverse osmosis), it came out to 5 PPM. I ran a refrigerator line from the Reverse Osmosis Tank to the Refrigerator and also installed this filter. It is still at 35 PPM. I guess that means that some where in the refrigerator water line is dirty.
Just some data that I collected for PPM:
2 Gallon bottle from Ralph or Kroger grocery store = 0 PPM
Reverse Osmosis = 2 to 10 PPM
16 oz water bottle = 20 PPM
Refrigerator water line = 35 PPM
Tap Water = 247 PPM
Anything below 50 PPM is considered purified water.
The PPM for this filter did drop from 35 to 20 PPM. I guess it was picking up the carbon since it was a new filter. This is good news.
I'm honestly shocked. I've used PUR filters a lot (attached to kitchen faucet style) and had zero bad tastes, only good. Either Whirlpool and PUR outsourced this filter or must have had a seriously bad batch. And now, since my fridge has to have a filter installed and I threw the old one away, I have to run to a big box store to buy one just so I can send this one back.
I've been using this model filter for years without a problem, it takes the smell of chlorine out, and I trusted that all the scum that it is advertised to remove was removed. Now I question that. I had flakey particles in my tap water so I was sure the filtered water from the refrigerator would present without the visible particles. Sadly I was wrong - the same particles were in the water from the refrigerator. The filter was only a week old when I had the problem - I was very disappointed in the performance. Maybe it was just a one off defective unit, but now I'm afraid to retry it. The city has resolved the tap water issue, so there is no means to "test" the Whirlpool filter.