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GE SmartWater MWFP Refrigerator Water Filter

GE SmartWater MWFP Refrigerator Water Filter Item NO.: 998511

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  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • 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
Product Name GE SmartWater MWFP Refrigerator Water Filter
Item NO. 998511
Weight 0.272 kg = 0.5997 lb = 9.5945 oz
Category Refrigerator Water Filter
Brand GE
Creation Time 2020-06-09

  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • 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


GE MWF Refrigerator Water Filter is easy to replace with no special tools required. No need to even turn off the water, simply turn the filter to the left to remove. A check valve stops water flow and prevents leakage. Insert a new filter and turn to the right. It replaces GE water filter part numbers GWF, GWFA, GWF01, GWF06, MWFA, and Hotpoint HWF, HWFA . This GE water filter works with a wide-range of GE and Hotpoint models and should be replaced every six months. An adapter may be needed if you have the following filters: FXRC, FXRT, MXRC, HXRT, WR97X10006, and Kenmore 46-9905.

2020-07-09

Ma****al

We order these a few times a year for our refrigerator's water/ice dispenser. These are the original OEM GE filters; they install easily, work seamlessly and provide months of filtration for our refrigerator. I tried the non-GE brand of filters and they just did not seal perfectly on the filter head; they did not spray water like some other reviewers have complained about, but over the course of a couple months, I would notice a few drips of water down the back wall of the refrigerator where this attaches. For the few extra dollars, these filters work out the best. But most importantly, these GE's have additional filtering capabilities that the generic ones do not, additional filtering capabilities that remove most of the stuff you want out. Plus, the recommended schedule to replace these is roughly 6 months or 300 gallons of filtered water, so over the course of a filter life, the money difference is negligible.

One suggestion, sometimes multi-packs of these are available for sale and the multi packs are not always cheaper per filter so I would do the division. A few times Ive bought the single pack, the 2-pack, and the 3-pack depending on which worked out to be the best price per filter.

2020-06-17

Ki****er

The slightly excessive packaging of having the entire filter shrink wrapped in plastic with a paper label sticker on the opening, then it arrives in a sealed box inside a packaged box for shipping seems unnecessary. Once you install the filter, whic on my refrigerator is located in the back of the right side, top shelf, it works pretty well. After counter clockwise untwisting the old one, it takes a bit of patience to get the correct angle in order to get to the new filter to screw it in. Once installed and tightened. You close the refrigerator doors and press and hold the filter button for approximately five seconds and then you hear a beeping and the light that previously denoted that the filter needs replacement, will not go off. All good. This filter lasts several months for me, but we are a two person household. It may last longer or shorter depending on its average use.

2020-05-11

C****.

Great for 6 - 9 months. In a GE profile side by side. My water has quite a bit of chlorine smell to it, and my township adds chlorine/chloramines depending on storm conditions, well/aquifer vs river, etc. This filter takes out the chlorine for better than 6 - 9 months. I have occasionally forgotten to change it after resetting the filter reminder LED, and let it go for 9 months, but never noticed a reduction in flow or chlorine. Ice comes out perfect, no smell, taste, just great. I don't think my fridge measures water volume, only time, but not sure. GE recommend 6 months or 300 gallons, but I did not use 300 gallons of water. (Would need to pull 1.6 gallons a day for 6 months, so no way I hit the 300 gal mark!)

Installation is trivial...align arrow, push up, turn. Get a permanent marker and write the installation date on it!

2020-04-21

R****ng

This is the ONLY filter I trust using in my house. I’ve bought about 6-8 of these over the years.

They are as easy as a twist to install and last about 6 months. You could stretch it a little longer (maybe 8months), but you’ll definitely taste the mineralization in the water. Also, I’m not sure of its filtering effectiveness.

You’ll have to run approximately 2 gallons of water after install.

My ONLY gripe is how EXPENSIVE these filters are! I’ve bought them here on Amazon, which it cheaper than Home Depot, at various prices from $35-$45 (before tax)

I recommend only because I don’t trust the alternative brands. I’ll be buying again.

2019-10-09

D****8

I recently got a new (to me) GE fridge with an ice maker and water dispenser, which I've always wanted. The old filter looked like it hadn't been replaced in a while, so I wanted to get a new one. Lots of filter options on Amazon (including Amazon Basics), and I almost went with a cheaper option. However, some reviews claimed the filters had damaged the fridge, possibly by something coming out from inside the filter and getting lodged in the line or another component.

Either way, not something I wanted to risk on my fridge. While something like that isn't very likely to happen, the other factor that made me choose GE was the quality of the filter itself. These filters are certified to NSF/ANSI Drinking Water Treatment standards 42 & 53. A lot of the aftermarket filters are only NSF 42 certified. Plus, with the aftermarket being what it is, they could claim to be NSF 42 and 53 certified, and not actually be.

They cost more, but I'd say it's worth it for the piece of mind. Above all else: the water tastes great, which at the end of the day is what matters most to me.

2019-09-01

Br****ck

Our house has a water softening system, and also a reverse osmosis system under the kitchen sink. So, our water is pretty good. We use the R.O. water for cooking and drinking, and thus rarely dispense cold water from the fridge. Still, we use the fridge's ice often, and the filter keeps the ice tasty (don't want it ruining the drinks) and also keeps the ice-making mechanism clean.