Whirlpool 4396701 PUR Refrigerator Water Filter

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Whirlpool EDR6D1

  • OEM, NSF Certified
  • Recommended
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Whirlpool 4396701

  • Discontinued
List Price $34.99

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Discontinued
  • Compatible Part Numbers
  • Specifications & Instructions

The genuine OEM Whirlpool / KitchenAid 4396701 Refrigerator Ice & Water Filter replacement fits Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Amana, Jenn-Air, and Kenmore Top-Freezer and Bottom-Freezer refrigerators with a quarter-turn filter located in the grille at the bottom of the fridge.

The Whirlpool 4396701 refrigerator/icemaker water filter replaces the following older part numbers:

Whirlpool / KitchenAid / Maytag / Amana / Jenn-Air
  • 4396701P, 4396701T, 4396702, 4396703, 2301705, 2301706
  • WF-NL120V, WFNL120V, NL120V
  • WF-L120V, WFL120V, L120V
  • WF-LC200V, WFLC200V, LC200V
  • WF-L200V, WFL200V, L200V
  • WF-L200, WFL200, L200
Sears / Kenmore
  • 46-9915, 469915, 9915, 04609915000

*Some Kenmore refrigerators are made by Whirlpool.

Specifications
  • Filter Life: 6 months or 200 gallons (whichever comes first)
  • Flow Rate: 0.5 gallons per minute
  • Operating Pressure: 30-120 psi
  • Operating Temperature: 33-100 °F
  • Filter Size: 9-1/2" (Length) x 1-5/8" (Diameter)
  • Country of Origin: Mexico

Contaminant Reduction

The Whirlpool 4396701 filter cartridge replacement is tested and certified by NSF International to meet or exceed NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 for the reduction of:
  • 75.0% of Chlorine
  • 99.35% of Lead at pH 6.5
  • 99.31% of Lead at pH 8.5
  • 96.70% of Mercury at pH 6.5
  • 91.20% of Mercury at pH 8.5
  • 99.99% of Cysts
  • 99.0% of Particulates (Class III)
  • 99.30% of Turbidity
  • 99.93% of Asbestos
  • 96.30% of Benzene
  • 99.70% of P-Dichlorobenzene
  • 85.60% of Atrazine
  • 92.96% of Toxaphene
  • 93.06% of 2,4-D
How to Replace the Whirlpool 4396701 Filter (see the video)
  • Twist the used filter counterclockwise 1/4 turn and pull the filter straight out (The water shuts off automatically so you don’t have to worry about flooding your refrigerator)
  • Remove the reusable color-keyed knob from the end and discard the used filter
  • Slide the knob onto the end of the new filter
  • Push the filter straight into the fridge and twist it clockwise 1/4 turn
  • If your refrigerator has a “Change Filter“ light, reset it
How to Reset the "Change Filter" Light
  • Press the light switch (the one that the refrigerator door presses every time you close the door) 5 times within 10 seconds
OR
  • If the refrigerator has a filter button, press and hold it for 5-10 seconds