Model # PXRQ15RBL

Internet #202616787

Store SO SKU #543186

GE Profile Reverse Osmosis Premium Water Filtration System


Profile Reverse Osmosis Premium Water Filtration System

  • Fresh filtered water for your cooking and drinking needs
  • Eco-friendly alternative to bottled water
  • Compatible with filters FQROPF and FQROMF
$24205 /each

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Product Overview

Premium filtration process. Extra-large 8.46 Gal. capacity per day. Chrome faucet, pre-and-post filters (FQROPF), membrane (FQROMF), storage tank, filter reminder light and full installation kit included.

  • Reverse osmosis filtration Water is filtered three times
  • Chrome faucet with filter replacement indicator Faucet and full installation kit included
  • Premium filtration Certified to reduce lead, arsenic, select chemicals, and 10 other contaminants
  • Twist and lock design Provides for easy, tool-free, no-mess filter replacement
  • 6-month filter life, for best filtration results, filters (FQROPF) should be replaced every six months and membrane (FQROMF) every year
  • System mounting orientation horizontal or vertical
  • Faucet monitor power requirement 1 - CR2032 lithium 3-Volt (Included)
  • Copper reduction 97.5% cysts reduction 99.99% lead reduction 97.6% sodium reduction 91.6% TDS reduction 91.6% turbidity reduction 99.9%

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is there a way to set the plumbing to reuse the water now discarded into the drain by model # PXRQ15RBL?

Asked by: sue
Sure; we ran the discharge water tube through the wall to a catch bucket outside the kitchen window and use the more highly mineralized water from there to water house plants - they seem to love it
Answered by: Rambo1
Date published: 2017-06-16

My PXRQ15RBL leaks at the faucet base, how can this be fixed?

I have had the unit for a little over a year and the leak just started about a week ago. I have checked the drain line and there is no obstruction. I have also cut the 1/4 inch tubing and reattached thinking it may have loosened up over time but still no cure for the leak. I also need to say that it only leaks after the unit has stopped producing RO water. Any suggestions on how to fix the problem?
Asked by: Atombud
Here's what happens: The system takes in hard water and during operation extracts all the "bad stuff". During the process, a certain amount of water passes through an air chamber at the base of the faucet. After a while the end of the drain tube that exits in the vicinity of the garbage disposal unit gets clogged with "Gunk" and the draining water backs up and starts coming out the air chamber. Easy fix if you are somewhat flexible is to lean over the sink and blow into the little air gap hole where the water is leaking until you can hear the air coming out the clogged end. I suppose if you had an assortment of tools, you could use an air jet from a paint compressor or air brush - I haven't tried this fix but I believe a blast from a can of compressed air normally used for blowing away stuff from a computer keyboard would do the job - it doesn't take much.
Answered by: Rambo1
Date published: 2016-11-26

why only a 2-pack filter?

The pxrq15rbl ro system requires 3 filters and I can only find the 2 pack filters for sale. Seems strange since 3 filters are needed. I am looking at the fqropf filter. Maybe I have the wrong filter part number??????? Please advise. Thanks
Asked by: lynette
The two "outside" filters filter the inlet water that goes to the RO (Center) Unit and then again from the R/O unit to the storage tank - if you do the rather tedious "sanitizing" procedure the R/O unit will probably last a long time. We change the two outside filters on July 04 and New Years day every year - omit the sanitizing procedure and just change the R/O unit every even year (12,14,16,18, etc.) Have not noticed any diminished water quality so you might get away with a longer interval between R/O unit changes but we have been using ours for 9 years - great tasting water and never a problem - you might be able to get the filters online for less than what they charge at the Home Improvement Centers, or from GE.
Answered by: Rambo1
Date published: 2016-05-06

What's the difference in quality of water filtrated with model # PXRQ15RBL and Model # GXRM10RBL?

Asked by: sue
probably none - the tank size is the difference
Answered by: Rambo1
Date published: 2016-11-26
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Customer Reviews

Profile Reverse Osmosis Premium Water Filtration System is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 125.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cartridge system is a great idea. Makes it easier to clean and maintain the system. However, they... Cartridge system is a great idea. Makes it easier to clean and maintain the system. However, they have never been able to figure out how to manufacture a reliable manifold. Experienced problems with this unit after the 1st year, and then replaced the manifold to no avail. Steer clear! Go with a traditional hardy reverse osmosis system. Recently purchased one from APEC Water Systems and am very pleased.
Date published: 2017-01-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I had to but a second unit. GE put an "air gap" in the faucet which can allow a backing up drain ... I had to but a second unit. GE put an "air gap" in the faucet which can allow a backing up drain system to destroy the integrity of the faucet. If you can avoid this "do not flush drain with sink stopper in second sink" it is a good system.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy Install It was to replace another unit so it was easy to install and since I just installed it I can not say anything else.
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have to say excellent. Thank you. I have to say excellent. Thank you.
Date published: 2017-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yes very good. ... Yes very good.
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaker I bought this product about a year and a half ago and after six months, the base of the faucet started to leak, so I contacted GE and I was sent a replacement base. Six months later, the base started to leak again, but by then, it was out of warranty and I was told that the replacement base cost was $55. This product is good, but certainly not reliable. The water tubes are slipped over the nipples at the base and apparently do not create a robust and lasting seal. Unfortunately, I found out about the leaks after the water had been leaking for a while, which meant extensive water damage to the cabinet underneath.
Date published: 2013-09-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warranty should be 2 years instead of 1 year Unit stopped providing water 13 months after installing it myself.changed all the filters,checked the reservoir and lines for clogs, nothing wrong. Decided to play McGuiver, revoved the cover above the filters and found that the rubber valve in the unit is defective. Now, I have to unscrew and tighten 2 of the 4 screws to release the pressure in the unit everyday. This sucks!
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good I had a Culligan system, and they had proprietary filters. It would have cost me as much to have them come out and replace the filters as this system cost. So, I just swapped them out. Installation was easy, and the instructions were pretty clear. After making the switch, the water actually tastes much better than it did with my old Culligan reverse osmosis system.
Date published: 2016-07-20
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