I used to have the WF2BC filters with the clear casing, and everything worked fine. However, I recently had to replace the filter, and it seems the only filter available are the white plastic casing ones. I inserted one, ran off several gallons of water, then noticed that the water coming out is still cloudy after several days, with a bit of strange smell. I poured a glass and let it sit over two days, and noticed a layer of white sediment on the bottom of the glass. Switched to another new filter, ran through a few gallons of water, then same thing happened...the water dispensed are cloudy still....Given that I live in New York City, I can drink the water straight out of the tap...and the tap water are definitely clearer than the filtered water. Is it just bad luck that the filters are bad? or are these filters don't work as they should?
We are unaware of any changes in the design of the filter other than the casing. This issue sounds like it could be an issue of something that could have collected in the water tank or just a bad run of filters.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, May 20, 2014