Supplies and Tools:
G.E. Refrigerator internal filter
G.E. Refrigerator plug (comes with refrigerator)
G.E. Filter model number LSHS6LGZBCSS refrigerators
Sharpie king size marker-black
Mrs Black has a small refrigerator in her maid quarters she uses has a art studio. She said the water tasted strange and she wanted the internal refrigerator filter replaced, plus she noticed the refrigerator filter light was on all the time. She called my repair services to have the appliance repaired.
This post shows the fifteen steps to replacing the refrigerator internal filter.
Step 1: On the door of the refrigerator is the metal foil tag that will give the refrigerator model number. This is the best way to know that the filter will work on this model. Above Fig.1 shows on the right has General Electric model number LSHS6LGZBCSS Refrigerator. Fig.2 shows the General Electric Foil Tape.
|Fig.2: General Electric|
metal foil tag
|Fig.4 Filter cap |
inside butter container
|Fig.7 Placing cap|
|Fig.10 New filter box|
|Fig.11 Filter |
|Fig.12 Remove foil|
|Fig.13 Removing foil cover|
Step 10: Fig.15 shows the date that you put the new filter. This way you will have the exact date when the six month is due. G.E. Recommends that the filter is changed every six months.
|Fig.15 Place Date|
Step 12: Fig.16 shows the old filter and screw in the new filter by turning right. Use the old filter to guide the filter on the spout. This refrigerator also seats itself after the filter is position on. Fig.17 shows the new filter in place.
|Fig.16 Direction in Front|
|Fig.18 Remove |
|Fig.19 Refrigerator lights|
|Fig.20 Turning off |
|Fig.21: Filter light|
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