$33.85 each when you buy two. The Eco Aqua EFF-6011A is an economical generic alternative to the more expensive factory original. The Eco Aqua EFF-6011A may be used as a compatible alternative to Samsung DA29-00003F HAFCIN1/EXP and DA29-00003G HAFIN2/EXP water filter. From one of the world’s most popular manufacturers this high quality great performing Eco Aqua EFF-6011A water filter provides cleaner, fresher tasting water and ice from your appliance.
Filters have an unlimited shelf life. Take advantage of reduced pricing when you buy multiple units.
To provide customers with a value choice we offer these lower priced Eco Aqua EFF-6011A generics to the original brand and describe them as an alternative. They are fully compatible with the original Samsung DA29-00003G and DA29-00003F they replace.
The Eco Aqua EFF-6011A replaces or is an alternative to these Samsung and other filter part numbers: DA29-00003, DA29-00003A, DA29-00003B, DA29-00003A-B, DA29-00003F, DA29-00003G.
DA61-159, DA61-00159, DA61-00159A/B, DA97-06317A, HAFIN2/EXP, HAFCUEXP HAFCU1, HAFCU1/XAA, TADA29-00003B, TADA29-00003A, TADA29-00003A, TADA29-00003B, and after market EFF-6011A, ES-1, RWF1010, SGF-DSB30, WF289, WSS-1.
Suits some Samsung, Amana, Jenn-Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Maytag and Whirlpool refrigerators with an internal, short, round, vertically placed filter. The filter is approximately 8 cm in diameter and 14 cm high.
The Eco Aqua EFF-6011A Water Filter
- Quality great performing filter that removes contaminants from your drinking water
- Improves water Quality and Taste by reducing rust, dirt, sediment, contaminants, chlorine taste and odour
- 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. Twist the old filter a quarter-turn counterclockwise
2. Pull the filter straight down and discard (don’t worry, the water will shut off automatically)
3. Push the new filter up into the fridge until it stops. This may require a firm upwards push.
4. While maintaining upwards pressure twist the filter a quarter-turn clockwise until it locks into position with the marks aligned.
5. Note: If you have a hard time installing your new filter, close the water supply valve (usually behind the fridge) and then dispense water to depressurise the system – this should allow the new filter to push up and twist all the way.
6. Flush 3 litres of water through your new filter and discard before using the filtered water
7. Reset your ‘change filter’ light (if your fridge has one)
– Resetting Your Filter Change Indicator
1. Press and hold the ice off button or ice type and child lock buttons (at the same time) for 3 seconds – the light should turn green
Note: If you hold these buttons for 5 seconds, you’ll cancel the reset process, and you’ll have to do it again. If this happens release the buttons and start over.