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GE’s FQSVF SmartWater under sink water filter, with easy "twist and lock" installation, helps bring great tasting water to your home
By reducing common water chemicals, such as chlorine, mercury and asbestos, the FQSVF under sink water filter helps bring great tasting water to your home. These filters come in sets of two, each of which last 6-months (depending on local water conditions), and have an easy "twist and lock" system that makes them easy to replace. Replacement water filters fit:
GXSV65R, GQSV65R, GXSV65F & GQSV65F filter system
GE FQSVF Specifications:
• Green label around top, rest of water filter is white
• 2 filters per pack
• 10 inches long, 6 inches in diameter
• Each filters lasts 6 months or 160 gallons (may vary depending on local water conditions)
• Filter type: carbon
Detailed instructions on how to properly install your product.
FQSVF is rated
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Rated 1 out of
Same issue as others with supposed defective filteUsing FQSLF filters for one year with no problems. Purchased 2 sets of replacement filters online in September 2014. Shortly after install, the unit started making loud noise, extreme vibration and reduce water flow. Removed filters and installed my second set. This set started same problem almost immediately. Now I just purchased a third set before I began a web search for problems. I have nearly $150 out of pocket with no solution. With the high cost of these filters, this is just not acceptable. With so many people having this same problem, GE needs to address whether these filters are defective and fix it, or determine exactly what the problem is. I will not recommend product until there is a solution.
Date published: 2014-12-07
Rated 4 out of
Manufacturing DefectThere is a manufacturing defect in these cartridges. When you look straight down on the top of the filter, there are two protruding tabs on the inside of the filter. These tabs are there to open a valve on the base station. When comparing the new ones to the old ones I noticed that the tabs are 90?? rotated, with the frame of reference being the screw threads on the outside of the cartridge. These rotated tabs no longer line up with the valve on the base, such that the valve does not open and the water will not flow.
I have been using this product for over 5 years.
The lot code appears to be 3289 1106
Date published: 2014-04-13
Rated 1 out of
GE-FQSVF filterI read the questions on this filter and see that a number of people had the same problem I am experiencing today. I have installed the new filters and I am not gettting any water. I re-installed the old ones and they work fine. I don't think it's a problem with air in the line. Initially there was a lot of vibrating noise and a trickle of water. Then, it stopped altogether. It seems to me that there's a manufacturing problem with these filters at this time.