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Filter Cartridge - Kenmore 625.3845 Owner's Manual

Undersink water filter housing

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FILTER CARTRIDGE
/ USEFUL LIFE / REPLACEMENT
FILTER CARTRIDGE
LIFE
Several
variables
determine
how
long
a cartridge
will last. These
include:
1. how
much
water
you use.
2. how much
sediment,
taste
and/or
odor, or other
unwanted
substance,
is in the water.
Use the following
information
as a guide.
However,
no matter
which
type of cartridge
you are using,
you
will know it is time to replace
it when
you first
no-
tice the return of the unwanted
substance
in your
water.
Kenmore
Undersink
Water
Filter
Housing
model
625.384500
with
replacement
filter
42-34373
has
been tested
and certifiedby
NSF International
for the
reduction
of chlorine,
taste and odors.
The rated
ca-
pacity
for this system
is 4500 gallons.
Other
filter cartridges
are available
from
Sears to re-
move
sediments,
tastes
and odors.
Followingis
a list
of filter cartridges
available.
Taste and Odor
Cartridges:
Many
bad tastes and/or
odors
are removed
from water
by an activated
car-
bon cartridge.
It is most often used
to remove
chlo-
fine taste and smell, usually
to a single
faucet
such as
the kitchen
cold.
Note: Small amounts
of hydrogen
sulfide
(noticeable
as "rotten
egg" odor)
may
be reduced
by taste
and
odor
filters for a short
time,
quickly
exhausting
the
carbon
media.
Consult
your
Sears
store
for proper
continuous
treatment.
Taste
& Odor
Filter
Cartridge,
Sears
Item
No.
42-34370:
for 95% chlorine
reduction,
Sediment
Filter Cartridge,
Sears Item No. 42-38478
(25 micron):
Sediment
cartridges
remove
sand, silt,
day,
dirt, and other
sediments
from
water.
The 25
micron
cartridge
filters larger
sediments
from water,
and allows
higher
flows at less pressure
drop.
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