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Model PXRQ15RBL

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Profile Reverse Osmosis Premium Water Filtration System

$279.00 /each
  • Fresh filtered water for your cooking and drinking needs
  • Eco-friendly alternative to bottled water
  • No water shut-off for filter changes

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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%
  • Note: product may vary by store

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

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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
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You can re-direct the waste water from the drain to your garden or a water holding tank. The water can then be recycled to water plants, flowers or trees.
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August 14, 2014
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No. This type of product is not intended to recycle the wasted water. There are similar products that do not waste water. See Zero-Waste Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System Model # ZRO-4 Internet # 100203211.
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July 31, 2014
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Hello Sue9,
This is Lisa from GE. We are unaware of any type of plumbing setting you can use to reuse your waste water from your RO System. Thanks for checking!
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why only a 2-pack filter?

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July 30, 2014
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
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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.) Read More
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. Read Less
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About every 6 months you have to replace only the two filters (at the sides). The middle one, the membrane, is usually replaced every two or more years depending on the need. It's depending on the quality of the water that enters the house through the main. That's why it's recommended that you install a main filter at the main point so most debris is collected by this filter before it gets to the rest of Read More
About every 6 months you have to replace only the two filters (at the sides). The middle one, the membrane, is usually replaced every two or more years depending on the need. It's depending on the quality of the water that enters the house through the main. That's why it's recommended that you install a main filter at the main point so most debris is collected by this filter before it gets to the rest of the plumbing, appliances, shower heads, etc. so they last undamaged longer. That's the reason you'll find .FQROPF 2 pack filters. By the way, this 2 pack filters are exactly the same, one is used as a pre-filter and the other as a post-filter. Hope this helps. Good luck Read Less
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Hello,
This is Lisa from GE. This unit requires a pre and post filter, which will come in the two pack. The membrane filter is sold separately as it may last two to five years or longer depending on maintenance and feed water quality. Filter FQROPF is the correct filter for the pre and post filters.
Thanks for checking!
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WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF THE TUBIING INCLUDED WITH THE UNIT

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The length of the tubing provided is 60".
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December 11, 2013
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There was more than enough of the tubing to do the job
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Hello,
Thank you for your question on the GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System model # PXRQ15RB.
The length of the tubing included is 33".
Donna with GE
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My PXRQ15RBL leaks at the faucet base, how can this be fixed?

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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?
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August 20, 2015
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I have this same issue as Atombud. Water tastes excellent from this thing, but I am constantly under the sink "fixing" it. Often (maybe once every two weeks or so) I have water coming out the faucet air hole which I've learned means the drain line can be clogged.
I can't even tell you how many times I've cleaned out or adjusted the drain line or the funny "T-shaped" plastic piece that goes in-line with Read More
I have this same issue as Atombud. Water tastes excellent from this thing, but I am constantly under the sink "fixing" it. Often (maybe once every two weeks or so) I have water coming out the faucet air hole which I've learned means the drain line can be clogged.
I can't even tell you how many times I've cleaned out or adjusted the drain line or the funny "T-shaped" plastic piece that goes in-line with your main drain.
I think mine is leaking where the drain hose connects to the faucet base...those little brass nubs that the hoses connects on the underside of the faucet to are threaded and screw in - I'm thinking maybe mine got loosened or something and now these is a gap??? Read Less
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Base is terribly flimsy and plastic cracks.... my advice is do what I am doing... buy something else that is more dependable. I replaced the base once and it has just now cracked again and did the same damage as before.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you.
If your reverse osmosis system is leaking at the faucet, we recommend to again check for any clogs. If the gravity drain line from the faucet to the drainpipe becomes clogged anywhere in the tubing or at the drain connection, the water will back-up and leak out the air-gap.
Also, it is important that there are no dips, loops, or low spots in the Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you.
If your reverse osmosis system is leaking at the faucet, we recommend to again check for any clogs. If the gravity drain line from the faucet to the drainpipe becomes clogged anywhere in the tubing or at the drain connection, the water will back-up and leak out the air-gap.
Also, it is important that there are no dips, loops, or low spots in the drain line from the faucet air gap to the drain pipe. If a drain line adapter was used as the drain point, periodic inspection/cleaning is recommended.
If this does not help, we recommend contacting GE Service at 1-800-432-2737.
I hope this helps! Thank you for contacting GE! Read Less
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 109 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped working after 18 months We had this system installed by a plumber about a year and a half ago. Well, after filling a few cups one day, no water was coming out. So, my husband took it out, checked the pressure, all of the water lines, etc. We cannot find the cause as to why it stopped working. I just purchased the brand new filters a few months ago, such a waste! I would not recommend, we are now searching for a more reliable system. July 31, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The system stop working less than a year. I just replaced filters (from Walmart) on 6/16/16, working till today 7/6/16. The filtration water stop coming out from faucet. Started about week ago less, and less, and then stopped, now nothing coming out from spout/faucet. What I have done; disconnect whole system hoses and reconnecting back, but still the same none of water coming out from faucet. Checked supply water pressure is 75psi. So, now I have $280 system don't work, I used this system for about 1 year. July 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst System I wish I could give this piece of cr@p a zero star. The return supply that goes into the sewer line has a flaw. After working for a couple of weeks, water started leaking from the return supply under the sink. I tried to fix it several time but it would not work. I finally had to rip it out. Almost flooded under my sink cabinet, which I have to now replace. Would not recommend this product. July 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 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. July 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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! July 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Water tastes good and ice is odor free. This system came nicely packaged, all parts included to finish the installation. I initially planned to install it myself but ended up calling a pro because I also wanted to run the filtered supply line to my fridge supply line. I however saw my plumber installing it. To be honest, he made it look so easy that I personally think I could actually tackle it myself (excluding the line for my ice maker). The tank sits under the sink, the filter housing is mounted on the side of the sink’s cabinet wall. For 3/8” drain pipe, a hole was drilled just before the trap and then the drain pipe was secured using a saddle clamp. For the ice maker, my plumber used a T-adaptor to connect 3/8” water outlet tube for the faucet and the ice maker water supply. I did not have a hole for the faucet so the plumber made a new hole using 1-3/8” thin wall hole saw with a hammer drill and all-purpose oil, took less than 2 minutes to drill. Overall, it took him about an hour and half to fully install it. The faucet is chrome finish and looks stylish. It’s not a perfect match for my stainless finish kitchen faucet but still blends fine. You can install the faucet so that the handle is on the right or the left side. The neck is moveable too. Now that it’s all installed, I am happy with what it offers. The water tastes clean and I certainly feel the difference in quality. The most noticeable difference was in the ice. The ice cubes had unpleasant taste to it which is totally gone. Recurring cost is the filters that need changed every six month. Given the money I had been spending on bottled water, the filters are a lot cheaper. About longevity, I can’t say anything yet. The tank is Taiwan made, the filter housing is American and some parts are from China. I have it professionally installed so there is nothing wrong with my install. I will update this review & rating if and when I notice any issues with the performance. In a nut shell, it’s a good system, does not cost arms and legs to install and to maintain plus its reducing my carbon foot print. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent water quality, easy install I have had my GE RO system for a year and love it. Easy install. Works great, filters are easy to replace (often cheaper if you buy replacements online). No leaks in my unit at all. Super little unit - I have very alkaline water and this unit did the trick to filter it -- water tastes great! June 7, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sadly Disapointed I really, really wanted this to work. I mean nobody, and I mean nobody hates a monthly Costco run to hauling bottles of water home. the awkward comments people make when they see how much bottled water I purchase (and it's only me) for one thirsty guy! I like to stay hydrated but do not like the taste of my city's water and was hoping this GE RO system would save the day. I had used the ice maker twist and lock filters in the years past and felt fairly comfortable with this. After trying all possible options it will not install in my kitchen because of the thickness of my granite counter tops and how my sink is recessed into the counters. Because of the potential lifespan of this product it doesn't warrant destroying my granite counter tops to install the faucet. This product is ideally situated for sinks you can drill through to mount the faucet. April 25, 2016
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