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Keep It Healthy

Over time your filter will lose its ability to remove contaminants and impurities. Keep your drinking water clean by replacing the filter every 3-6 months.

Who knew helping protect the environment could be so refreshing? Amana filters are certified by NSF International to reduce lead, sediments, and chlorine taste and odor.* Plus, by drinking filtered water, you can help prevent thousands of discarded plastic water bottles from ending up in landfills.

*The substances removed or reduced by these filters may not be present in everyones' water.

More money for you. Fewer bottles for the landfill.


Clean, fresh tasting water doesn't have to cost a lot of money. By drinking filtered water instead of purchasing the same amount of leading brand bottled water, you can save hundreds of dollars over the course of a year. Plus, you'll keep lots of discarded plastic water bottles from ending up in landfills.

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Changing your filter is easy


Based on your refrigerator type and where your filter is located, you may have to push, turn or pull to remove your filter. If you need help getting started, select your filter type below for a quick tutorial.

Quarter Turn Filter

  1. Find the filter cartridge cap in the base grille.
  2. Rotate the cap counterclockwise to a vertical position, then pull.
  3. Remove the filter cap by sliding it right or left. Set aside cap.
    Discard old filter.
  4. Remove the packaging and O-ring covers from the new filter.
    Slide the filter cap on.
  5. Purge air from the water line. (see steps below)

Push Button Filter

  1. Do not remove cap at this stage.
  2. Find the filter cartridge cap in the base grille.
  3. Push the eject button, then pull the filter cap. Do not twist cap.
  4. Remove the filter cap by turning it counterclockwise. Set aside cap. Discard old filter.
  5. Remove the packaging and O-ring covers from the new filter.
  6. Align arrows on the cap and new filter. Turn clockwise to snap in place.
  7. Push filter into the base grill until the eject button pops. Gently tug on cap to ensure it is snug.
  8. Purge air from the water line. (see steps below)

Bottom Mount/French Door Filter

  1. Locate the filter in the upper right corner of the fresh food compartment.
  2. There are two cover types: PUSH or PULL. If the word PUSH isn't on the cover, it's a PULL.
  3. To open PUSH cover: push the tab in and down. To open PULL cover: pull forward gently.
  4. Turn the filter counterclockwise until it releases. Drain water from old filter in sink and discard.
  5. Remove the packaging and sealing label from the new filter.
  6. Insert filter by gently rotating clockwise until it stops. Snap filter closed.
  7. Purge air from the water line. (see steps below)

Purge Air From the Water Line

  1. After replacing the filter, flush air from the system to prevent the dispenser from dripping.
  2. Using a cup, press and hold the dispenser for 5 seconds, then release for 5 seconds.
  3. Repeat until water flows, then continue for an additional 2 minutes
  4. If your dispenser drips, do this again to flush air that enters the system from the water supply.

Change With
the Seasons

An easy way to remember when you need to change your refrigerator water filter is to schedule it seasonally, like during daylight savings time.

Do Any of These Look Like Your Filter?

Check your filter model number against one of the frequently used styles below to order quickly. If you aren't sure which filter is yours or need additional features, use the filter finder. Filter types vary by refrigerator model.