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LG LT1000P Refrigerator Water Filter Replacement

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LG LT1000P Refrigerator Water Filter Replacement

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Fits thirteen different LG fridge models (listed below).
Our#: LT1000P
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2 $48.99
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  • Details

    The LG LT1000P Refrigerator Water Filter Replacement reduces contaminants such as lead, mercury, asbestos, and benzene to make your water and ice pure and safe. Featuring the ability to further filter chlorine taste and odors you can avoid the unpleasant taste and smells that would otherwise accompany a drink from the tap. This filter has a life of 200 gallons or 6 months which ever comes first. Utilizing reusable sources this replacement filter helps provide a great alternative to wasteful single use water bottles. Order your LG LT1000P Refrigerator Water Filter Replacement today and enjoy a clear and crisp glass of water.
    • Great tasting ice and water in every glass
    • Reduces chlorine taste and odor
    • Alternative to single use water bottles
    • Genuine OEM Product
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    Manufacturer's Id LT1000P
    UPC 048231787857
    Actual Size (in) 7 1/10 inches (Length) x 2 1/10 inches (width) x 2 1/10 inches (Depth)
    Actual Size (cm) 18.034 x 5.334 x 5.334
    System Sizing N/A
    Primary Filter Media N/A
    Filter Life (gallons) 200
    Filter Life (months) 6 months
    Operating Pressure (psi) 20 - 120
    Operating Temperature (°F) 33 - 100
    Operating Temperature (°C) 0.6 - 37.8
    Fitting Type Quick-Change
    Color / Finish White
    Certifications NSF/ANSI Standard 42, NSF/ANSI Standard 53, NSF/ANSI Standard 401