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FMG Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter Twin Value Pack for GE Refrigerators

$59.95 /each
  • Remove or reduce impurities with compressed carbon block
  • Provides fresh and clean tasting water
  • 6 months of filter life

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This HDX replacement refrigerator water filter fits in place of GE MWF contains a compressed carbon block which provides tremendous capacity to remove and/or reduce impurities and sediment that may be present in your drinking water. The carbon block has millions of active sites on its surface and within the structure which can absorb impurities like a sponge, and can absorb and hold other types of impurities on its surface like a magnet. Additionally, this filter can catalytically breakdown other impurities very similar to the way a catalytic converter works in your automobile. These processes ensure that you are getting the cleanest and best tasting water possible. This economical filter will provide you with fresh and clean tasting water and ice cubes. Twin Value pack saves time and money.

  • Economical alternative to expensive substitutes
  • Delivers clean, clear water that looks and tastes great
  • Will remove or reduce Chlorine, Tastes and Odors that may be present in your drinking water
  • Designed to provide up to six months of life or 300 gallons
  • Fits GE refrigerators using Filters - MWF, GWF, MWFA, GWFA, GWF06 Fits Kenmore refrigerators using Filters - 46-9991 Fits Hotpoint refrigerator using Filters - HWF, HWFA
  • Does not remove minerals which may be beneficial to health

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after one week of use this filter is still discharging chacoal fines into the drinking water. defective filter?

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February 26, 2016
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These filters appear to be defective. We've had ours installed for weeks now and sometimes the water appears clear and other times I see particulate matter. Then, this morning, this nasty hair-ball looking thing came out in my lemonade. Disgusting and awful.
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January 12, 2015
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Hello Blacksmith,
Thank you for your concerned question. The black charcoal particles that you see are from the carbon block that is used inside of the filter. If you see this in your water, don't be alarmed it is completely safe although I know it doesn't look appealing. The more you you dispense/ flush water through your dispenser the quicker the black particles will disappear. It is recommended that Read More
Hello Blacksmith,
Thank you for your concerned question. The black charcoal particles that you see are from the carbon block that is used inside of the filter. If you see this in your water, don't be alarmed it is completely safe although I know it doesn't look appealing. The more you you dispense/ flush water through your dispenser the quicker the black particles will disappear. It is recommended that you flush 3 gallons of water through the filter prior to usage when you first install the filter. The more water you flush through it the quicker it is that you will see less and eventually no black particles in your water. If after dispensing more than the recommended amount of water you are still experiencing the same issue and feel you have purchased a defective filter, you may always contact our Customer Service line at 1-855-849-3589. I hope that you were able to resolve your issue back when you initially asked this question to the website and since then haven't had any additional issues or concerns. I apologize for not answering your question sooner, but still hope that this response can help another consumer out there experiencing the same concern.
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May 5, 2014
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It may be defective. This filter works great and is a good price very economical, two for less than $50 cannot get any thing cheaper.
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March 11, 2014
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No, our filter has produced crystal clear water from the moment it was installed.
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February 25, 2014
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depends on quantity of water used. need to use at least 3 gallons to completly flush. if you have used more than this much water to flush, then a faulty filter
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Essex, VT, USA
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January 14, 2014
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Did you flush the system as directed?
If you did then I would say it is defective. I have never cut a filter in half to see how it is constructed but the Charcoal should be contained but allow water to filter through it., so it sounds like the containment is not of sufficient filtering capability.
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Wichita, KS, USA
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December 31, 2013
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May be, check water source to make sure water is Not contaminated
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Hilliard ohio
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December 27, 2013
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Yes it would be I would say. Sounds like a defective unit
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November 19, 2013
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I have not had that problem . Its possible it could be defective
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La Palma, CA
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November 17, 2013
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It's getting better, I didn't flush it as recommended. I am assuming it would be fine if I just ran it for like 10 minutes straight.
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dyer, IN
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November 14, 2013
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when i installed it i ran a couple gallons thru new filter. i haven't noticed that issue?
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San Angelo, TX, USA
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November 13, 2013
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Definitely defective. I have not had this problem with this filter.
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San Diego, CA, USA
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October 12, 2013
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It might be defective, although I have at times noticed a very small amount of charcoal from the original OEM filters too. I have not had that problem with the generic filter, at least not yet.
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September 17, 2013
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no
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How long should the filter last?

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I installed the filter on 11-23-14. After three months we noticed a decrease in flow. It is now the forth month and I have to change it as it is too slow to fill a glass. We are a two person household with only one person using it. The GE filter I used to buy lasted well over a year.
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October 27, 2015
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On average it should last six months depending on water quality. If you are on a well, any change in the water table will cause more sediment/turbidity into the house. On a public water system, if there has been any activity with underground utilities the vibration will cause particles to break off the inside lining of the water lines and travel through out the nearby area. You may notice at times that Read More
On average it should last six months depending on water quality. If you are on a well, any change in the water table will cause more sediment/turbidity into the house. On a public water system, if there has been any activity with underground utilities the vibration will cause particles to break off the inside lining of the water lines and travel through out the nearby area. You may notice at times that the water company opens up hydrants and lets them run to help flush the system especially after any nearby road work. You may also want to check the aerator screens at your faucets to see if they also are getting clogged. Hope this helps. Read Less
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August 30, 2015
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It says six months, but my experience has not been that good. In fact, I've experienced non-functioning ice maker and/or water when using it instead of the more expensive GE filter.
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August 11, 2015
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Filter life depends on water quality and use, there are recommendations on the package, our refrigerator has a sensor that indicates when filter needs changing.
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Greensburg, PA
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July 7, 2015
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this Filter should last 6 months
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Cincinnati, OH
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April 20, 2015
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I also have gotten a year plus on the GE brand. This brand says it lasts 6 months.
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Pearland, Texas
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April 14, 2015
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I bought my filter at the store a month or so ago it was esay install, I expect that filter to for six month.
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April 12, 2015
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Designed to provide up to six months of life or 300 gallons....taken straight from the website under the column labeled "Specifications". Maybe you're using more than 300 gallons in a short time. They're also guaranteed for one-year if you wish to return them.
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March 26, 2015
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Hi anonymous,
Thank you for taking the time to review and ask the questions. We recommend replacing the filter every six months or 300 gallons. We urge consumers to contact our Customer Service Team when they have concerns, such as yours. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm PST by calling 1-855-849-3589. We will be happy to assist you. Thank you,
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Hi anonymous,
Thank you for taking the time to review and ask the questions. We recommend replacing the filter every six months or 300 gallons. We urge consumers to contact our Customer Service Team when they have concerns, such as yours. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm PST by calling 1-855-849-3589. We will be happy to assist you. Thank you,
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March 26, 2015
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Hi anonymous,
Thank you for the question. We are sorry for the inconvenience you encountered while using the HDX FMG-1 Water Filter. We recommend replacing the filter every six months or 300 gallons, depending on your water quality and usage. We urge consumers to contact our Customer Service Team when they are having concerns, such as yours, so we may assist them. Our Customer Service Team is available Read More
Hi anonymous,
Thank you for the question. We are sorry for the inconvenience you encountered while using the HDX FMG-1 Water Filter. We recommend replacing the filter every six months or 300 gallons, depending on your water quality and usage. We urge consumers to contact our Customer Service Team when they are having concerns, such as yours, so we may assist them. Our Customer Service Team is available Monday thru Friday 8am to 5pm PST by calling 1-855-849-3589. Thank you,
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March 26, 2015
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This product is designed to provide up to six months of life or 300 gallons.
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Is this product made in China?

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January 2, 2016
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According to the packaging and the label on the filter, it is made in the USA.
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November 30, 2015
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According to packaging no, it says Made in the USA..... but that doesn't mean it fully works.
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October 28, 2015
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No. It is made in America. Sorry about my earlier posting about it being made overseas. After a closer look at the filter, it IS made in the USA. My uncle just has a gripe with GE.
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Just to let you know that the GE MWF filter is made in China and shipped here on a container ship, but yes it is also. So no one here in the US is losing a job by purchasing it. The job at GE went to China over 6 years ago. I have an uncle who USED to work at GE for almost 30 years.
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It has a "Made in America" label.
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The package clearly states MADE IN THE USA..... also, on the label, hope this helps
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January 8, 2015
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Hello Maria, Thank you for inquiring about where this product is made.All of the HDX Replacement Refrigerator Water Filters are proudly made in the U.S.A. based out of Temecula, California.
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Julie, Customer Service Team
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January 8, 2015
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MADE IN THE USA
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The container that it came in says that the product is Made in the USA. I have attached a photo if you look to the top right it is slightly blurry but it says MADE IN THE USA!
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Does anyone know the NSF rating on this filter?

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According to the label on the filter, it was tested against NSF Standard 42 for the reduction of chlorine, tastes, and odors.
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It can filter most sediment and minerals down to 1 micron, and depending on how long the water inside the filter is able to sit or rest, it will remove some of the chemicals down to a half micron. If you have extremely dirty water you may want to consider adding a filter in your line somewhere near your pump or water meter where you can easily access it and then run a separate dedicated line over to your Read More
It can filter most sediment and minerals down to 1 micron, and depending on how long the water inside the filter is able to sit or rest, it will remove some of the chemicals down to a half micron. If you have extremely dirty water you may want to consider adding a filter in your line somewhere near your pump or water meter where you can easily access it and then run a separate dedicated line over to your refrigerator, and maybe even to the cold water at the kitchen sink, so you don't have to filter every drop of water coming into the house. I would suggest talking to a plumber if you decide that might be an option that you may want to pursue further. Read Less
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NSF STANDARD 42....PHOTO ATTACHED.
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This filter has a nsf of 42 the ge mwf has a nsf of 42 and 53. Both filters are of the carbon block technology as far as i can tell both filters should be the same. I copied this info from another review, as I could not find the actual NSF rating on the product w/o opening the package.
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Hello, The FMG Replacement Refrigerator Water Filter has been tested to ANSI/NSF Standard 42 for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor.
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It says it ANSI/NSF Standard 42. Is that good?
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I don't find a published NSF rating for the HDX filter, but it is advertised as being manufactured to the OEM MWF filter standard. The NSF rating for the GE MWF filter is 42,53.
I am not associated with Home Depot or HDX.
I hope this helps.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 240 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Doesn't work Bought the two pack for my almost new GE refrigerator. This is the first time I installed a new filter. I thought it was a good deal compared to the GE brand. The HD staff person confirmed it was the correct replacement based on the model # I gave her. Installed it but no water. I reinstalled at least 6 times but no luck. Installed the old GE filter and it worked fine. I am suspecting that GE may have made some change on the newer models that prevents these from working. August 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Water filters I do like to use them. Hopefully they work for the price. I haven't seen any data on them. Also, I was very disappointed to see the Spike in Price as the Flint Water Cisis unfolded. Not sure of any recommendation on this product due to the reasons stated above. July 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gener67 just as good as the GE filter only cheaper in price May 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great OEM Replacement I'm shocked at how much GE still charges for their OEM water filter replacements. It's no wonder that consumers are looking elsewhere for 3rd party choices. I'm glad I did my research and found this replacement. I'm basically getting 2 filters for the price of one GE filter. I would definitely recommend this filter! I have an older GE fridge so I have an adapter that converts this filter to a compatible installation. It took about 2 minutes to install this new filter and maybe another 10 minutes to properly water cycle it. Super simple install for me. Without shutting the water off (my fridge has auto water shutoff for filter replacement), a simple twist and a slight tug downward released the old filter. Another twist to remove the old filter from the adapter. I washed the adapter to make sure all was clean before preforming those steps in reverse to instal the new HDX filter. TIP: I WROTE TODAY'S DATE ON THE NEW FILTER LABEL WITH PERMANENT FELT PEN BEFORE INSTALLATION SO I REMEMBER WHEN I INSTALLED IT. The post installation behavior frightened me a little. On first attempt to draw water it took about 30 seconds before water started spluttering in the cup. Then came some excessive air pressure and spraying of water. I would say about 15 seconds of this and then water started to flow continuously in my cup. Then, the most bizarre thing, the cup started filling up with gray/black water! I must have had about 5-7 cups full of dark fluid. I read somewhere that you are suppose to flow over a gallon of water through the filter prior to drinking, so I continued to fill and dump cups. I would say somewhere around 10 cups it was becoming clear and by the 15-20 cup it was perfectly clear. During the entire installation process, I had my fridge door open to make sure there were no leaks. I not once had a leak and toward the beginning and cycling process you could definitely hear the water slushing and rushing the filter, however after the cycling it has a normal water flow sound. I did some flow comparisons too. I was very over due for a replacement but my old filter filled my red cup in 46 seconds. After replacing the old one with a new HDX filter, it only took 23 seconds to fill my red cup. Now that's impressive! I've posted a few photos to show the filter in place in my fridge, which allows you to see the adapter between the fridge housing and the new HDX filter. And I also have a picture of the gray/black water and clear water after cycling. Hope this review helps someone else going through the same ordeal. Cheers! September 29, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy I bought this filter because it was about half the price of a genuine GE filter. I found that It imparts a strong chemical taste to the water ( even more pronounced in the ice cubes). I called the Customer Care phone number for HDX during regular business hours and got a recording. I left my phone number and concern and never got called back. Luckily Home Depot has a very good return policy. After installing a genuine GE filter the water tasted great again. The water in our area ( Indio CA) is very good with no taste. I was using the filter to remove the chlorine. March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Neededthefilter immediately Boy when the ice stopped coming ---- it stopped, filter in my refrigerator ceased and water stopped going to the ice maker. Didn't know what caused it and called Home Depot salespeople in Christiansburg, Va. The lady was fantastic, diagnosed the issue, told me they had a special on the filters and she'd hold one for me. It was a H.D. item and got 2 for1, great deal,good price. Came home and installed it and "there be ice" in a short time. This is why I shop and buy from Home Depot in Christiansburg, Va. April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lasts about 1 month before it becomes unusable (Buy original only) This is my 6 one and I have noticed that my filter becomes clogged after only about a month. Talk about the lack of savings. I bought an original Samsung and it lasted me 6 months (Never clogged either like the HDX does). Do not waster your money on this cheap, poorly engineered product. April 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't Buy Horrible product. Water was dirty and it turned my ice black. Do not buy. April 26, 2016
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