How to change your refrigerator water filter
Replace the water filter in the refrigerator. Changing the water filter in the refrigerator is very simple and children can do it. This is also necessary to keep your water fresh. The frequency of change depends on how often you use it. That is to say, if you live alone and only drink juice, the filter will last longer and you don't need to change it frequently. However, if you have a family of five and only drink water, you may need to replace it more frequently. Manufacturers recommend replacing the filter on average every six months, but today most refrigerators have an indicator light to let you know when to change the filter.
Each refrigerator model is manufactured differently, which means there are no general instructions on how to actually replace the filter. However, you can follow some simple steps to find out how to replace the filter correctly:
Find and identify your refrigerator model and filter type.
Determine the type of refrigerator filter you have: in-line or push in and screw in.
Follow the instructions for refrigerator model and filter.
Find your filters
The first step is to find your filter. Depending on how long the refrigerator is used, it should be easy to access. It can be in the bottom grille, inside the top right corner of the refrigerator, or near the back. So, if it's not the first two, it's at the back.
Find your filter
With this information, you can easily find replacement filters online.
Type of refrigerator filter
In series: these types of refrigerator water filters are connected to the water inlet line of the refrigerator. Older models of refrigerators usually use these types of filters and are no longer common. This is an instructional video on how to replace the embedded refrigerator filter. It's not the best quality, but the work can still be done.
Push in or screw in: most of the latest models have built-in filters to purify water supplied to drinking fountains and ice makers. The filter can be pushed in or screwed in. It's as easy to push in or screw in, so it's called.