General Electric MWF Refrigerator Water Filter

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GE appliances refrigerator water filter MWFPGE’s NSF-certified MWF replacement refrigerator water filter—part of the company’s SmartWater filtration series—is the improved version of the GWF model, providing you and your loved ones cleaner, healthier, and better-tasting drinking water at home. By reducing contaminants like mercury, toxaphene, p-dichlorobenzene, carbofuran, alachlor, benzene, lead, cryptosporidium, and giardia, the MWF is a safe and affordable way to contribute to a healthy lifestyle.

At a Glance
MWF Replacement
Refrigerator Water Filter
At a Glance:
Fully interchangeable with GWF installations

Certified up to 300 gallons with a flow rate of .5 gpm

Pressure requirement: 40-120 psi, non-shock

Backed by a limited 30-day warrantyAt a GlanceMWF replacement refrigerator water filter
GE’s NSF-certified MWF replacement refrigerator water filter should be replaced every six months (view larger).NSF Certified
NSF International is an independent nonprofit organization that examines consumer products to ensure they comply with strict standards for certification. By analyzing product materials, observing manufacturing facilities, testing products repeatedly and monitoring product development, the NSF serves as a safeguard for consumer safety. And the GE MWF is NSF certified.

GE Warranty Information
For a period of 30 days after the date of original purchase, GE will replace (at no charge) and part of the water filter cartridge that fails because of a defect in materials or workmanship. The warranty extends to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the United States. The warranty does not include service trips to your home for product tutorials; improper installation; failure of the product if it is misused; replacement of the cartridge because of water pressure that is outside the specified operating range; damage to the product caused by accident, fire, or flood; and incidental or consequential damage caused by possible defects with the appliance.

About GE Replacement Filters
It’s important to change your filters as recommended to ensure you have the filtered water your home and family need. GE replacement filters make changing filters easy. For example, you’ll never have to worry whether you’ve installed the filter upside-down—their filters can be installed in either direction.

What’s in the Box
One GE MWF SmartWater replacement refrigerator water filter.

MWF replacement refrigerator water filterMWF replacement refrigerator water filterThe MWF’s new design is slim and compact, making it easier to install and remove while also taking up less space in your fridge (click each to enlarge).

Product Features

  • GE guaranteed fit: Compatible with select GE side-by-side and bottom-freezer refrigerators
  • Premium filtration: Certified to reduce chlorine-resistant cysts, lead, select pharmaceuticals and 15 other contaminants
  • Twist and lock design: Simple design provides easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement.Max. Filtered Water Flow (gpm):0.5
  • Six-month filter life: For best filtration results, filter cartridge should be replaced every six months or 300 gallons
  • GE’s most advanced filtration Tested and verified to filter five trace pharmaceuticals, including ibuprofen, progesterone and others
  • Replaces GWF, GWFA, GWF01, GWF06, MWFA


Anonymous says:

Amazon sells genuine ones, Appliance Cove sells bootleg ones Six months ago I ordered one sold by Amazon and it worked great with my fridge.A week ago I ordered another one and did not notice that is not sold by Amazon. At first I thought there is no big deal, it was prime eligible so it arrived on time.I received the package and I noticed something is not right when I tried to replace it. The two filters do not look the same.So I immediately went to Home Depot to buy another one to see which of them is bootleg.I have…

Anonymous says:

NOT a GE filter. False advertising/Bait and Switch?? Image and description imply this a GE filter. It is NOT. It is a Refresh R-9991. False advertising really bugs me. Get the image AND description correct so people will not be duped into buying inferior products.

Anonymous says:

Is it a fake one? I got a GE fridge in 2013. Since then, all the replacement water filters have been bought from Amazon and I always bought genuine ones. The experience was pleasant until last time. I bought one in March 2016, which was contained in a plain white box. I didn’t start to use it until June 6. The taste of the filtered water was weird, worse than the unfiltered water. I thought maybe the filter needed a little time to settle down. After ten days, I could no long tolerate the taste and rushed to a…

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