Kenmore 469081 Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter 1pk

September 8, 2019 - Comment
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Product Features

  • “Kenmore water filter 9081 has NSF 42, 53 and 401 certifications. It reduces lead and other metals; chlorine taste and odor; volatile organic compounds (VOCs); and some pesticides and pharmaceuticals.
  • Water filter 9081 is for select Kenmore side-by-side, bottom-freezer and top-freezer refrigerators.
  • Replace every 6 months, or more often if water flow slows noticeably.
  • Follow package instructions when you install this genuine Kenmore water filter.
  • Previous part numbers: 9930


Anonymous says:

DO NOT BUY! Leaked into kitchen floor causing hole in ceiling in bedroom under kitchen! Length:: 0:24 Mins DO NOT BUY! This isn’t the first time I’ve had to replace the filter on my Kenmore refrigerator. To install this filter, you pull the “door” open, the filter half comes out and you pull the remainder out by hand. To install, you line up the arrow, push the filter back in and close the “door”. Exactly what I did, no problems close the door either. I installed this filter around 6-630PM, around 1215AM, I hear a waterfall in the bedroom beneath the…

Anonymous says:

Fit wel but had grey ice in first batch This arrived in timely manner and fit perfectly the only dislike was that the first batch of ice was black with what I think is carbon hope this is normal I didn’t see this as a caution when I read the box. I threw the whole ice bin out. The next few ice cubes were okay as seen in the second picture.

Anonymous says:

Terrible I’m not sure that I’ve ever left a 1-star rating on Amazon before, but I would give this product zero stars if I could. We always purchased our filters at Sears. Of course, our local store closed and we haven’t been able to find these anywhere else. Amazon to the rescue… so I thought. When I went to install this, it looked a little different than the filter we had in our fridge already. The model number was the same, though, so I gave it a shot. I had to mess with the positioning of it…

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