How to reset the indicator light for different brands of refrigerators
First, you need to confirm the indicator color
Green: This means the filter is new and does not need to be replaced
Yellow: This means that the life expectancy of the filter is more than half
Red: Indicates that the filter needs to be replaced.
If the indicator light is red, it means your refrigerator filter needs to be replaced
The following are guidelines for replacing filters for certain refrigerator brands:
Amana-Press and hold the "Auto" and "Water dispenser lock" buttons (there may be a padlock) until the water filter status indicator flashes.
LG-Press and hold the "Filter" button or the "Reset" button for about 5 seconds.
Whirlpool-Quickly press and release the "Light" button 5 to 6 times. This is the button to turn on the refrigerator light. It is usually located at the top or bottom of a closed door.
Frigidaire-Press and hold the "Reset" button. The indicator light will flash and then reset.
GE-Press and hold the "Reset" button for about 8 to 10 seconds.
Jenn-Air-Press and hold the "Light" and "Lock" buttons until the filter indicator flashes (maximum 10 seconds allowed).
KitchenAid-Press and release the "Light" button 5 times.
Maytag-Press and hold the "Light" and "Lock" buttons until the filter indicator flashes for approximately 8 to 10 seconds).
Samsung-Press and hold the "Ice Type (Cubed or Crushed)" and "Child Lock" buttons simultaneously for about 3 to 5 seconds.
The whirlpool w10413645a filter produced by Morefilter can be compatible with many brands of refrigerators.
The GlacialPure GP001 for Whirlpool EveryDrop EDR1RXD1 (FILTER 1) takes over for the W10295370 filters and is used in refrigerators by Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Amana, Jenn-Air, Kenmore and others.
The Whirlpool EDR1RXD1 filter creates better tasting water for drinking and making beverages as well as clean, clearer, healthy ice.
The GP001 refrigerator water filter needs to be changed every six months or 200 gallons (whichever comes first).