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SAVE ON FRIDGE WATER FILTERS - BUY TODAY
|Enjoy crisp, clean water every day
of the year.
|Buy multiple filters & save money.|
|Always have a replacement at hand
when you need it
Statewide makes it easier to buy appliance spares. Our team of experts are on hand to help with any questions you might have, or to help you find the right part for the job. Plus, we provide efficient, cost-effective delivery to anywhere in Australia!
FRIDGE FILTER FAQS
1. How do you replace a fridge filter?
Much like changing a light bulb, replacing your own fridge filter is so quick and easy anyone can do it. No plumbing ability is necessary, either - as soon as you unscrew most internal water filters, it automatically shuts off the water supply. However, the method of replacing a water filter varies from fridge to fridge, so we recommend consulting your refrigerator’s user manual for instructions on how to replace the filter in your fridge. If you get stuck, give us a call.
2. How do you know if the filter needs replacing?
Many fridges have an indicator light or a counter that tells you when the filter needs replacing. You may notice a decrease in water flow, your ice dispenser may be producing fewer - or discoloured - ice cubes, or the water from your dispenser may have a strange colour, taste or odour.
3. Do the filters have an expiry date?
No. As long as you keep them dry, refrigerator water filters have an indefinite shelf life. As a result, it's a smart idea to buy in bulk and take advantage of the discount for buying multiple filters. The more you buy, the more you will save!
4. I just changed my fridge water filter and the water tastes strange. How come?
Since refrigerator water filters are made of carbon, some residue may initially be present and cause an odd, bitter taste. We recommend allowing the water dispenser to run and discarding the first three litres or so of water.