Model # GXSV65R

Internet #202073865

Store SKU #319202

GE Dual Stage Water Filtration System
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GE

Dual Stage Water Filtration System

  • Fresh filtered water for your cooking and drinking needs
  • Reduces 99% of lead from your drinking water
  • Compatible with filters FQSVF or FQK2J
$99.97 /each

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Product Overview

The GE Dual-Stage Water Filtration System includes a designer faucet with a filter reminder light to let you know when a new filter is needed. This filtering system resides underneath your sink so it's hidden from view while working to reduce chlorine taste and odor, lead, cysts and other chemicals.

  • Dual stage filtration Water is filtered twice
  • Chrome faucet with filter replacement indicator Faucet and full installation kit included
  • Premium filtration Certified to reduce lead, asbestos, chlorine-resistant cysts and 7 other contaminants
  • Twist and lock design Provides for easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • 6-month filter life For best filtration results, filter (FQSVF or FQK2J) should be replaced every six months
  • NSF listed
  • Note: Product may vary by store



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Customer Questions & Answers

replaced filters and lights keeps blinking indicating we need new filter

Asked by: Anonymous
Really? Take the battery out and toss it in the garbage can. Take a marker and write the date on the replacement filter as to when it was installed, check it in a year and replace the filters again, repeat the marking process. Works for me.
Answered by: TJ
Date published: 2016-11-23

how much are the replacement cartridges for this?

Asked by: Anonymous
Homedepot sells them. About $50 for a pair.
Answered by: Shengjun
Date published: 2015-11-04

can i use this filter system with my existing faucet?

Asked by: Anonymous
No it is not recommended to retrofit this to your main faucet as the flow rate is much different, If you know what you're doing you could possibly rig it up with some adapters, I wouldn't recommend it though.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-11-07

How often do the filters need replacing?

Asked by: Anonymous
Filters should last 6 months depending on usage, We use ours everyday even for cooking and it lasts 6 months. There are 2 in my household as well as the cats who drink this water too. There is a light that comes on when you need to change filters, just remember to reset the timer when you replace by removing the battery from the compartment and re-insert or replace it. This starts the countdown again.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-12-13
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Customer Reviews

Dual Stage Water Filtration System is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 84.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I've had this filter for about 4 years now and sadly I can't stand it any more. As mentioned by o... I've had this filter for about 4 years now and sadly I can't stand it any more. As mentioned by other users the same faulty design on the plastic push valves. I would prefer to have a valve to shut off and then change the filters, but this design appears to be made to fail after some usage time so you have to buy a new unit. I know GE can do better !
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from pin valve problem The water quality taste is above average, and i am satisfied with the water quality. However, after changing the filter, i noticed that water is flowing very slow, I searched the internet for possible causes, some sites mentioned about " a small pin valve" has worn out located at the top of the filter housing that is suppose to make water flow to the filters. I pinched the valve with pliers to make it "longer", initially it worked but after a while, went back to being slow. I hope GE would take a look at this design flaw. I have now 2 new useless filters i bought from HD.
Date published: 2012-09-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Do not buy if you expect it to last more than 3 years! The water quality is great and I've been a very satisfied owner of this unit for about three years... until today when I changed the filters. I went from a working unit with old filters to a broken one with new filters. Same issue as mentioned below... the plastic protrusion for the valve wears down so the ramps on the filter can no longer open the valve, rendering the entire unit junk. To add insult to injury, two calls to GE support were met with "We are not aware of any issues" and "I guess you'll just have to buy a new one". Unacceptable. I will not be replacing this with another GE product.
Date published: 2013-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Valves wear out quickly, GE doesn't care. As the previous reviewers said, the manifold has 2 plastic valves that wear out and are not serviceable. Calls to GE were met with the response "sorry, we rarely see failures on these units, it will need to be replaced, we will offer you no help or discounts." This filter system was great until this problem, I can't recommend it b/c it's unreliable, expensive to replace, and GE's customer service is seriously lacking.
Date published: 2012-08-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Good in the Long Run Performance declined over time. Owned it for 3 years. Water flow reduced with each change of filters. Faulty pin valve. Several other users have reported a similar problem. GE help line was no use. I got the run around when I submitted a question by e-mail. This under counter water filter was fine at the time I originally purchased it, but it did not last. GE has not kept pace with other manufacturers such as Aquasana. I would not purchase the GE Dual Stage Under Counter Water Filter again and would not recommend it for other consumers.
Date published: 2014-10-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Defective Design This GE water filter system has a defective design. Several people have complained that after using the unit for a year or more the system starts making loud noises and has poor water flow. We had this problem. So I when looking for a replacement system. Did not find anything locally that would do more than filter particulates so I purchased another GE. When I removed my old one. it is very easy to swap out the manifold. I noticed one of the pin valves was deformed. Looking at the filter I had just removed, I noticed two small ramps on each side of the filter inlet. Light bulb turns on, If you over-tighten the filter, the pin valve drops off the end of the ramp. When you turn on the water, nothing happens, (pin valve is closed, because it is off the ramp) so you remove and re-install the filters. The water now flows. But what you have done is deformed the pin valve when you loosened the filter and forced the pin valve up and over the end of the ramp, GE's design defect is the flat top area on the filter ramps are too short (needs to be slightly longer). The lesson: DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN THE FILTERS!!!
Date published: 2013-10-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from water taste improved, product has problems GE is not addressing I've had GE under sink filters for years and have been very happy with the water quality. The new design though has a serious flaw that GE refuses to acknowledge. I have seen it mentioned in on line reviews yet their customer service seems unaware of the problem. The small pin valve in the unit that holds the filters eventually wears down and water will only flow at a trickle. I called GE about this and only got lip service, they did not offer to replace/ repair the unit or give me any suggestions for a fix. They were however sorry I was having the problem. I've tried pinching the tabs on the filters to make the valve work better and that works marginally for a short time. I even went as far as to drill a hole next to the valve to bypass the pin valve and now it leaks. This was mentioned on line as to a possible fix since GE was non responsive. So, now I'm stuck with two new filters, a worthless unit and a bad taste in my mouth about GE customer service and products. They are welcome to contact me through this site with a response. Should GE decide to acknowledge this problem and re- engineer the valve, this is a decent water filter when it works properly.
Date published: 2012-07-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The water tastes good, but ........... As other customers I had a valve pin problem. This is my second unit and most likely last. The water tastes good, but after a little more than a year--after installation of new filters the water flow completely stopped because the plastic valve have worn out. Bad design, GE and Home Depot doesn't care about? Not recommended.
Date published: 2013-10-20
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