$39.40 The ECO AQUA EFF-6007A is an economical compatible generic alternative to the more expensive F&P and Maytag original. The ECO AQUA EFF-6007A is a high quality water filter that may be used as an alternative to the Fisher & Paykel 13040210, Maytag UKF8001, and Whirlpool 4396395. Removes impurities for fresher, cleaner tasting water and ice.
Reduced prices when you buy multiple units. Filters have an endless shelf life.
To provide customers with a value choice we offer these lower priced Eco Aqua EFF-6007A generic to the original F&P and Maytag brand and describe them as an alternative. They are fully compatible with the original models F&P 836848, Maytag UKF8001, and Whirlpool 4396395 models they replace.
The ECO AQUA EFF-6007A water filter may be used as an alternative or replacement for these Fisher & Paykel, Maytag, and other brand filter part numbers: Fisher & Paykel 13040210
Maytag Amana Whirlpool UKF8001AXXP, UKF8001AXX-750, 8001P,, UKF9001, UKF9001AXX, WF50, OWF50, WF51, CWF51, WF50-NI300, OWF50-NI300, WF50-KNI300, 6702269, 6702671, 6703523, 6703526, 6703527, 6703528, 67003591, 67003727, 67006474, 67006637, 12589201, 12589203, 12589206, 12589208, 12589210, 480181700573, 4902821, 4396395, 8171032, 8171249
Sears Kenmore 46-9005,0469005, 9005, 9005P, 46-9006, 469006, 9006, 9006P, 46-9992, 469992, 9992, 9992P, 469005750, 469005-750, 46-9005-750, 469006750, 469006-750, 46-9006-750, 04609005000, 04609006000
EveryDrop EDR4RXD1; after market SGF-M10, RWF1040, RWFFR.
The ECO AQUA EFF-6007A water filter
- Economical alternative to expensive factory original
- Quality high performing filter that produces healthier great tasting water
- Improves water Quality and Taste by reducing rust, dirt, sediment, contaminants, chlorine taste and odour
- Easy Installation and operation
- Tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standards 42 for materials and structural integrity
* does not remove minerals that may be beneficial to your health such as fluoride.
1. DO NOT use any tools to install this filter
2. Unlatch the plastic filter cover, and let it swing down (so you can see the filter)
3. Twist the old filter a quarter-turn counterclockwise
4. Pull the filter straight out and discard (don’t worry, the water will shut off automatically)
5. Push the new filter into the fridge until it stops, twist the filter a quarter-turn clockwise
Note: Filter must be pushed firmly into receiver and turned until filter is locked in place. If filter is not locked correctly, water will not flow.
6. Swing the plastic filter cover up until it snaps closed
7. Reset your change filter light (if your fridge has one)
7. Flush filter with 3-4 gallons of with water until water runs clear. Some noise is not uncommon as air is purged from the system.
8. If filter sits for several days without use, flush a quart of water through the filter to remove stale water from refrigerator water line
– Resetting Your Filter Change Indicator (if installed)
1. Press and hold the dispenser LOCK and AUTO-LIGHT (or WATER on some fridges) buttons on the dispenser at the same time for 4 seconds or until the filter status indicator begins to flash, then release the buttons