Model # GXULQ

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GE Full Flow Water Filtration System
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GE

Full Flow Water Filtration System

  • Install below any sink in your home
  • Filtered water right to your main faucet
  • No water shut-off for filter changes
$27.35 /each

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The GE Kitchen or Bath Water Filtration System fits under most kitchen or bathroom sinks and is NSF certified for performance. It removes off tastes and odors by reducing chlorine and other contaminants. The included spun-fiber carbon filter has a Quick Replace connection for easy replacement. A magnetic light prompts you when it's time to change the filter. The system is designed to connect to the sink's existing faucet and an installation kit is included for added convenience.

  • Single stage filtration for any sink Ideal for kitchen or bathroom
  • Filters cold water supply to main faucet No additional faucet or drill holes required
  • NSF certified Reduces sediment and chlorine taste and odor in your drinking water
  • Twist and lock design Provides for easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • 6-month filter life Filter (GXULQR) should be replaced every six months for best filtration results
  • Designed for the sink's existing faucet with no drilling or additional faucet required
  • Filter-change indicator light takes the guesswork out of replacement
  • Quick-connect fitting style
  • Hardware and installation kit included
  • NSF certified for safety and reliability









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I am unable to remove my old filter on the GXULQ filter system.

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texas red
June 23, 2013
I have followed the instructions turn 1/4 turn and pull down, but it will not release. Is there anything else I can try? Do you have to pull down really hard? I am afraid I will break it if I pull down to hard. Any advice will be appreciated. I purchased the system from Home depot about 8 months ago.
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July 5, 2015
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Hello Red...try a little wiggle or rotation while pulling ...put a pillow under your elbow for that sudden release .... try a light coat of petroleum jelly on new filter O-rings or get a different brand system if it is stuck.... 1st filter change too!! Warranty return ?
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July 3, 2015
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The entire unit is only about $5 more. If I were having that problem I would just buy that and cut off the tubes next to the old bracket, plug into the new one and hang it up. Easier than getting a problem one apart and risking it being cracked or leaking. You will just have some unused tubing and fittings left over for spares.
The 5 bucks is not worth much grief.
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June 27, 2013
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Hello,
Thank you for contacting us and for choosing GE. I am happy to help.
You may contact our GE Innovations SmartWater Team at 1-800-952-5039 and choose option #3 for installation details. Their hours are Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 6:00pm (CST)
Please let us know if you have any further questions about GE products and services.
Sincerely,
Nikki with GE
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How long does the filter last?

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February 24, 2015
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Richmond, Va
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March 24, 2015
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Actually the filter last time is based on how many gallons goes thru the filter. I change them after about six months. This unit has a little reminder light set to remind you in six months. Actually I use it to remind it to change my refrigerator also.
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February 24, 2015
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you. The filter life is six months per filter; however, the capacity will vary with local water conditions. This is a nice filter as it does have a magnetic filter reminder light. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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can I use this as a pre fiter for my fridge

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July 28, 2014
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July 3, 2015
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Probably but it is overkill for that. A smaller inline filter would be sufficient in my experience.
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July 29, 2014
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to this filter.
If you would like to filter the water going into your refrigerator, a better option would be our GE Model #GXRTQR, In-Line Refrigerator Filter. It is easy to install to the water line going into the back of your refrigerator and will filter the water going to both your icemaker and water dispenser.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you with regard to this filter.
If you would like to filter the water going into your refrigerator, a better option would be our GE Model #GXRTQR, In-Line Refrigerator Filter. It is easy to install to the water line going into the back of your refrigerator and will filter the water going to both your icemaker and water dispenser.
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How does this filter connect to the cold water line under kitchen sink?

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June 22, 2014
I read "quick connect"...but there are no quick connects for the water lines, just screw on hose fitting.
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July 9, 2014
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The short answer is it depends. If you have a dual outlet angle stop on the cold water line, one connection goes to the faucet and the other to an icemaker or the refrigerator. This line can be cut and a "T" installed. If you do not have an existing dual outlet angle stop, you can use a "T" adapter which will screw onto your angle stop and allow you to connect to the filter input line. Be careful of Read More
The short answer is it depends. If you have a dual outlet angle stop on the cold water line, one connection goes to the faucet and the other to an icemaker or the refrigerator. This line can be cut and a "T" installed. If you do not have an existing dual outlet angle stop, you can use a "T" adapter which will screw onto your angle stop and allow you to connect to the filter input line. Be careful of sizes. Your existing angle stop can be 1/2, 7/16. or 3/8 inch. You want to match your existing angle stop and also the female connection to your faucet cold water flexible feed. The side outlet of the "T" should ideally be 3/8 inch, but 1/4 inch will work with an adapter. Good luck. Read Less
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Hi-this is Sue from GE. We are happy to help.
This unit features quick replace design-no water shutoff needed when replacing the filter. To remove the filter, turn 1/4 turn to the left. The top surface of the filter will move away from the bottom of the head. Pull the filter down to remove. To replace the filter, push it into the filter head/bracket. Turn the filter 1/4 turn to the right until it stops. Read More
Hi-this is Sue from GE. We are happy to help.
This unit features quick replace design-no water shutoff needed when replacing the filter. To remove the filter, turn 1/4 turn to the left. The top surface of the filter will move away from the bottom of the head. Pull the filter down to remove. To replace the filter, push it into the filter head/bracket. Turn the filter 1/4 turn to the right until it stops. The top surface of the filter will be flush with the bottom of the filter head/bracket when fully installed (see page 2 of the installation for complete details).
For installation to the water line, you will use the various parts included with the unit listed on page 1 of the installation instructions at the following link:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/fb/fb721cd1-6fdc-44c5-8959-47908829e68e.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FULL FLOW WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM It was easy to install, it came with all the necessary parts. Saving value was great. June 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by No problems, but replacement cartridge expensive Installed the system oh, way back in 2005. Have never had any problems with it other than a bit of irritation when removing and replacing cartridge - they go in tight and come out tighter! But they work very well. The 6-month indicator light is still on the original battery!! March 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Install, Great water! I just finished installing my new system. The only hard part was fitting myself into the under-sink space. I was worried about the sturdiness of the connections until I got the water turned back on. Not a single drip and the lines are firmly in their places. I'm very pleased with this unit. And I can get back to making my iced tea again!!! July 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Under sink water filter I installed the water filter with no trouble whatsoever. September 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good system for the price Trouble free installation and working well. Does a good job on city water. If you are dealing with non city problem water you should probably consider RO or multi cartridge system. Tips: Several reviewers have complained about the push in connections for the tubing leaking or popping out. I suspect they did not install correctly. When installing these fittings, push the tube in about a 1/4" until it stops going easily. If you stop there it will leak or pop out. You have to grasp it firmly and push hard so it goes in another 1/2" or so. You will feel it bottom out solidly. Also, install the mounting bracket screws as per instructions but leave them slightly loose to the bracket just hangs on the wall. This makes it easy to remove from the wall for installing tubes and servicing the filter. Installing the filter into the bracket takes some hand strength so make sure it rotates enough to lock in. If you have reasonable handyman skills it is very doable. If you are a raw novice hire some one or get help from a friend who has skills. July 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by was disappointed I bought this to get rid of chlorine in my water, It still has the smell of chlorine after 1 week. I was very disappointed in this product, it looks great and easy to install. the TDS is still high and the smell of chlorine is still in the water. wish I never bought this. but better than nothing. it made a small difference in my tap water. June 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor design Like other reviewers I had to buy extra parts to make this work with a new faucet. But worse is the connection to the supply line. It comes apart easily, like when bumped. It even says in the directions that that if you over tighten the nut the connection will separate. So after a few attempts I got it to work with out leaking. But when I went to thing back under the sink and bumped the tube that connects to the filter it came apart and started spraying water everywhere. Needless to say this is going back to HD. I understand trying to make installation easy but it should not be done at the cost of good design. A water leak can result thousands of dollars of damage. I know, it's happened to us before. March 15, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Could flood your kitchen I bought the first one and it leaked at the input press to fit connection of the filter housing. Recut the tubing several times to make sure it was smooth and even, but it still leaked. I measured and marked the ends of the tubing to make sure they were seated all the way into the fitting. Took it back and got another one. Installed it and it worked great. Was watching TV and heard a loud pop and the sound of running water. Looked under the sink and found the hose had blown off the cold water feed line. Flooded under the sink and ran out of the cabinet onto the floor. Was able shut off the water before anything got damaged but I hate to think about what would have happen if I was not home. I am pretty handy and have done may home repairs, including finishing additions, electrical work, and installing an irrigation system. I am guessing the problem is the water pressure, but I think this system should be able handle any standard home water pressure. I live in a regular subdivision. Just wanted to warn you to be careful if you buy this product. June 2, 2015
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