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3 Pack Replacement Water Filter Fit for LG LT700P ADQ36006101 WF

Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Brand:
RedyPure
Model:
RP-Filter-13
MPN:
RP-F13-3P
Type:
Water Filter
Compatible Brand:
For LG, For Kenmore
Compatible Model:
For LG LT700P, ADQ36006101, ADQ36006102, For Kenmore 9690, 46-9690
Contaminant Removal:
Chlorine Taste & Odor
Suitable For:
Household
Filtration Method:
Carbon/Charcoal
Number in Pack:
3
Material:
Coconut Shell Activated Carbon
Manufacturer Warranty:
6 months
Ceitification:
NSF42/372
Working Pressure:
200-700kPa (30-100psi)
Operating Temperature:
0.6-38℃(33-100℉)
Rated Service Flow:
0.5gpm(1.9L/min)
Rated Capacity:
300 gallons (1100 liters)
UPC:
Does not apply
Number of Filtration Stages:
1-Stage
Features:
Lead-Free material
Filtration life:
6 months/300 gallons
Free return:
yes
Delivery Time:
Usually 1-3 working days
Handing Time:
1 day












3 Pack Replacement Water Filter Fit for LG LT700P ADQ36006101 WF

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