|T2RFWG2 Water Filter|
Whirlpool P2RFWG2 (also known as Viking RWFFRSXS)
KitchenAid 43967842B (also known as W10193691)
4396710, 4396710P, 4396841, 46-9030, W10186667, 04609030000, 09020, 09030, 2260515, 2260538, 2313412, 4396710B, 4396710T, 4396711B, 4396841P, 4396841T, 46-9020, 46-9020P, 46-9030P, 4609020000, 4609030000, 469020, 469020P, 469030, 469030P, 6710, 6841, 8212650, 9020, 9020B, 9020P, 9030, 9030B, 9030P
AP3710633, AP3866834, FILTER3, FILTER3C, P1KB1, P1KB2, P1RFKB1, P1RFKB2, P1RFWB2, P1RFWG2, P1WB2, P1WB2L, P1WG2, P1WG2L, P2WG2, P2WG2L, PB-SS, PBSS, PS971185, PS986832, RWFFRSXS, T1KB1, T1KB2, T1RFKB1, T1RFKB2, T1RFWB2, T1RFWG2, T1WB2, T1WB2L, T2RFWG2, W10121145, W10121146, W10177635, W10193691
This filter fits in Whirlpool & KitchenAid side by side refrigerators with filters located in the front base grille that feature a push-button release. The 4396841 is designed for use with refrigerators that have a "Fast Fill" or "PUR Measure" dispenser. This water filter is also known as the PUR Deluxe filter.
The Whirlpool 4396841 is NSF Tested & Certified to reduce:
96.5% of Mercury at pH 6.5
94.9% of Mercury at pH 8.5
96.3% of Benzene
99.6% of O-Dichlorobenzene
74.0% of Carbofuran
93.3% of Toxaphene
97.3% of Chlorine
99.7% of Particulates (Class II)
Whirlpool 4396841, T2RFWG2 Refrigerator Filter specifications:
Part number 4396841
Retains fluoride in water
Reduces chlorine taste and odor, particulates, lead, mercury, and more
Compatible with Whirlpool and KitchenAid side-by-side refrigerators with push buttons
This filter should be changed every 6 months or when your refrigerator indicator light turns red.
Better than the store's replacement!
"This is the correct fast-fill replacement filter that my refrigerator needs. It works great. When you first install it, as the water comes out, it sputters a bit (stream of water stops, then restarts), but this sputtering stops after about a day. When I first needed a replacement filter for my new fridge, I bought one from the store where I bought the refrigerator. They assured me that they were selling me the right filter, but it was not a "fast-fill" model, and it sputtered continuously every time I used it for 6 months. So, when I needed another one, I bought it from Discount Filter Store, using the model number on the original filter that came with the refrigerator (I had saved it). Now I have the correct filter, and my refrigerator's water dispenser works like new again. No more sputtering. And it cost me much less at Discount Filter Store than at my local appliance store. It still costs more than I wish it did, but this price seems to be as good as it gets. I buy multiple at a time to save on shipping."