Enjoy clean, life-giving water from your refrigerator every day with PureAdvantage™ water filters. The Electrolux PureAdvantage™ EWF02 push-twist filter is certified by IAPMO R&T to meet NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53. Filter typically lasts up to 6 months.
|Retail Packaging Height
|Retail Packaging Width
|Retail Packaging Depth
|0.25 Cu. Ft.
|Alternate Part Number
|Country of Origin
|Genuine Replacement Part
|Push and twist
|Item Package Quantity
|Maximum Operating Temperature
|Maximum Working Pressure
|Minimum Operating Temperature
|Minimum Working Pressure
|Recommended Change Frequency
|3 - 6 Months
|Installation and Care Instructions
NOTICE: Review Electrolux Refrigerator
Use and Care Manual before installation
and use of system. See fits models listing
on Electrolux website.
1. Remove current filter and discard.
2. Slide the new filter in with the grip
3. Push the filter firmly and turn 90 to the
right until it snaps into place.
4. Run water through the dispenser for
approximately 3 minutes, or 1.5 gallons, to
prime the filter before use. Discard the water.
5. Replace every 6 months or 125 gallons
(473 liters), whichever comes first.
Drinking Water Treatment
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