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The aftermarket EcoAqua model EFF-6007A filter is used in refrigerators by Maytag, Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, Amana, Jenn-Air, Viking and others. It is designed to replace the original UKF8001 or UKF8001AXX Filter. The EFF-6007A filter creates better tasting water for drinking and making beverages as well as clean, clearer, healthy ice. Features: High quality, cost-effective alternative to factory original Easy installation and operation Helps reduce chlorine taste and odor Helps reduce contaminants found in tap water and improves its quality Made from renewable carbon media.

Customer Reviews

Chlorine be gone!

4 people found this helpful.
 on November 1, 2016
By Terrence Walsh
As good as OEM filters. Purchased as a 3-pack because it’s economical.

Great filter for the price, needs a little "break in" time

2 people found this helpful.
 on April 13, 2016
By Tretiak

As good as the name brand at considerably less cost

 on December 6, 2013
By GadgetMan
Given some of the negative reviews, I was somewhat leery when I bought this, but then I figured there were very positive reviews, too, so it might be worth a chance. I have had the filter in place for several weeks now and I cannot tell any difference in the quality of the water than when I was using the more expensive name brand. They are identical in all respects that I can tell. I have no explanation for others issues with them as mine are working as expected. For reference: my refrigerator provides water through the door. I have well water that comes out of the well the color of weak iced tea. I have a whole house water filtration system that removes the iron and a lot of the other minerals that cause the water to taste and look funny. However, the filtration system imparts a taste of it’s own which I find less disagreeable than the unfiltered water from my well, but still funny tasting enough to make me not want to drink water out of the tap. This filter provides a final step in the filtration system that actually removes the house filtration system taste. It isn’t quite as good as bottled water, but it is very tolerable to drink.

A good filter at a cheaper price

 on October 30, 2015
By G. Ricks
In reality, I am not a chemistry professor, so I am not testing this product for its filtering abilities. That said, it is working well, fits, isn’t leaking, and is way cheaper than the Bosch filters I could have purchased for $90 a pop. so I consider it a win.



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