RWFFR in by Viking in Norwalk, CT - Water Filter for Freestanding Refrigerators - RWFFR

Water Filter for Freestanding Refrigerators - RWFFR

Viking RWFFR

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  • Type: Refrigerator Accessories
  • Energy Star Rated: No

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This item has purchase restrictions.

This item has manufacturer-enforced sale and delivery restrictions and is limited to within 150 miles of our location. Questions? Contact us for more information.

 


Model Number - RWFFR

The filter is for use with the Freestanding Bottom-Mount, French Door Bottom-Mount, and Side-by-Side with dispenser refrigerators. It is a replacement for the water filter cartridges supplied. The filter reduces sediment taste and odor. It also reduces cysts, particulates, turbidity, lead, chlorine, atrazine and lindane. It is NSF compliant and is ready to install (no assembly required).

Please note:

If your filter is located in the top right hand corner - you have a freestanding model. For built-in refrigerator filters, please click here , or for filters for other Freestanding models VCSF136 and DDSF136, click here .

This filter is for use with freestanding refrigerator models VCBF, DDBF, VCFF, DDFF, VCSF036, DDSF036.

To ensure that you are ordering the correct accessory for your unit, please be sure to enter your refrigerator model number in the verification field during checkout.


Features

  • Terms & Conditions
  • Purchase Agreement
  • Shipping & Returns
  • © 2001 - 2009 Viking Range Corporation. All Right Reserved.

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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