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GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System

To keep your water tasting and smelling great consider installing the GE Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration System. This water filter is installed under your sink for a discreet appearance and filters up to 11 gallons of water daily. The reverse osmosis membrane helps reduce microscopic contaminants such as arsenic, lead and ammonia, for better tasting water for drinking and cooking. The filter indicator reminds you when to replace the filter.
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how often do i need to change the filters and what is the cost involved?

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May 17, 2011
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May 17, 2011
Hello me,

This is Michelle with GE and I am happy to answer your question.

The pre and post filters on the model GXRM10RBL should be changed a minimum of every six months. The filter amber light will come on every six months or 900 gallons as a reminder. The membrane may last two to five years or longer depending on maintenance and feed water quality. The R/O amber light will flash if the rejection rate falls below 75% indicating the membrane requires changing. This model requires filter number FX12P for both the pre and post filters and number FX12M for the membrane. For the most current pricing information, please enter the "FX12P" and "FX12M" numbers in the Search field on the Home Depot website.

Thank you for your interest in this GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
The two main filters cost approx. $40 and the same for the membrane. Frequency of change depends upon the quality of your water.
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We had a brand new GE Reverse Osmosis system Model PXRQ15RBL installed by our plumber 2 weeks ago. The unit runs constantly!

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Technophobe
Los Angeles
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April 16, 2013
We had the plumber come back & he said there was nothing wrong with the installation. Shouldn't the system quit running once the tank is full? It's supposed to have some sort of auto shut off control, but user manual gives no information about it other than it exists and is supposed to shut off the system when the tank is full.
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cyberbass
April 30, 2013
Check your inlet water pressure. Ours was near 35psi, and it took 4-6 hours before making about 1/2 gal of water. When we boosted the inlet pressure up to 80, it now makes over a gallon an hour, and under normal use (ie, we don't completely drain the tank with one giant withdrawl) fills and turns off in 10-20 min
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Suley
West Hills CA
April 17, 2013
RO Systems are really slow and run for a long time while filtering water. this run time is extended especially if the tank is not full and you are using the water, which is normally the case in the an average household.

I would suggest that you observe the system's performance overnight. Keep some drinking water aside so that you don't use the system and let it do its thing overnight. The system should not be running the next morning. If it does, there could be many different reasons, ranging to pressure in your house to faulty shutoff valve in the system, etc.
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VictorBlue
Rochester, NY, USA
July 6, 2013
My system takes over 12 hrs to completely fill after it has been empty. This is normal. It will turn off eventually. When the pressure in the water supply line equals the pressure in the storage tank the system will shut off. If you have particularly high water supply pressure you may need to have a plumber check and set the air pressure in the storage tank to be in balance with the water supply pressure.
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April 16, 2013
Hello,

This is Donna with GE and I am sorry to hear about this issue with yourt GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System Model # GXRM10RBL.

Please call and set up a appointment for in-warranty service. They will need model and serial number of your GE Reverse Osmosis. Please call 800-952-5039.

I hope this is resolved quickly.
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Is a continuous runoff of water into the drain expected ?

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September 17, 2012
I've installed the system and emptied the tank thrice. I still hear water running into the drain. Is it normal for water to be running through the system even when the tank is full ?

If not, how do I fix it ?
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riverone
Harrisburg, PA, USA
September 29, 2012
Yes, the runoff is to be expected. According to sources this unit requires about 40 gallons of water to make 9.5 gallons a day. I decided not to install this system in my house because of this reason & I have to use their faucet. If I were going to install it, I would put it in the basement or some area away from the kitchen where I would not have to listen to it run all of the time.
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VictorBlue
Rochester, NY, USA
December 29, 2012
It is normal for water to run to the effluent line through the air gap in the base of the faucet and then down the drain. This is how Reverse Osmosis works by applying water pressure across a semi-permeable membrane. Some of the water goes down the drain and some goes through the membrane and is ultra clear. The water will run until the pressurized storage tank is full. It should stop running once the tank is full. If the water continues to run either the valve inside the RO module is faulty, or the water pressure that is used to fill the unit is too low to fill the tank to the right pressure to close the effluent valve.
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
I suggest you call GE
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dbd222
FL
February 26, 2013
The system should not drain forever. If you fill a 10 cup coffee pot, it should take about 1 to 1 1/4 hour to recharge. If it is running all the time something is not connected correctly.
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Suley
West Hills, Los Angeles, CA, USA
April 17, 2013
If you empty the tank, you will hear the system running as it is trying to fill the tank again. The system should shut off when the thank is full.
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September 18, 2012
Hello,

Thank you for your inquiry on the GE Reverse Osmosis filtration system model # GXRM10RBL.

The sound you hear is normal, The draining is the waste water and it will continue until the tank has reached capacity, it can take 4-6 hours.

Donna with GE
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On installation does the storeage tank pressure need to be adjusted or is this set accurately in the factory.

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July 20, 2011
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July 20, 2011
Hi, I'm Brenda,

Thanks for your interest in this GE Reverse Osmosis System.

The storage tank pressure does not have to be adjusted. The required PSI is 40-120. Water pressure coming from an RO system wil be approximately half of the original pressure. Example: House pressure is 60 PSI, coming out of the RO it will be 30 PSI.

Please let us know if you have other questions, we're always happy to help.
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Timken500
Pasadena Tx
August 21, 2011
Set at factory no need to adjust
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JohnC
Castle Rock
August 21, 2011
No, the pressure doesn't have to be adjusted. As I understand it, the pressure builds as the reservoir fills up. At some point the pressure gets high enough that the water stops flowing into it. I think it's all automatic.
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How much water does this product use to flush itself...cleaning the membrane?

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Florida
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May 26, 2011
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May 27, 2011
Hi, This is Kim with GE. Thank you for your interest in our GE SmartWater Reverse Osmosis unit. The unit will use 3-5 gallons of water to make 1 gallon of filtered water, flushing it and cleaning the filter. I appreciate your buying GE. If other questions come up, please let us know.
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
I think it depends on the quality of your water. I installed a $30 pre filter housing.
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Does the system require batteries

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May 29, 2011
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May 31, 2011
Hi, I'm Brenda with GE.

Thanks for your interest in this GE Reverse Osmosis System.

There is an amber LED light indicator that will flash 5 times, indicating a proper installation and system reset. Normally, the light is off. After 6 months of use, the amber LED light will flash every 30 seconds indicating the time to replace the filter canister. The amber LED light may stop blinking if it is allowed to blink for an extended period of time. To ensure proper operation, the battery should be replaced with every filter change.

Should you have further questions, do not hesitate letting us know.
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OregonBeaverFan
Tempe, AZ
July 9, 2011
no it runs off water pressure
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Our RO unit only has a half gallon of water available where it should have a gallon any ideas

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colorado
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June 12, 2013
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Suley
West Hills, Los Angeles, CA, USA
June 12, 2013
If the system is relatively new and the filters still have life on them, I would start by checking the water pressure to see if its in range. This range is documented in the manual. If the system is old (even 2 years is enough) then this could be like opening a can of worms. Replacing individual parts costs more than the unit. Calling GE's service to your house is the same ( $90 for initial visit plus per hour labor plus parts).

In my unit this is exactly how the problems started. After investing $130 in parts, I threw out the unit. The unit was barely over two years old.
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VictorBlue
Rochester, NY, USA
June 16, 2013
When my storage tank is full it weighs about 25 pounds. If your storage tank weighs less than 25 pounds it may not be filling properly. The storage tank is contains water, pressurized air and a flexible bladder that separates the two. If your tank is not filling then either the water pressure filling the tank is too low, or the air pressure in the tank is too high. If the water pressure in your house is too low you may want to consider adding a booster pump ( I have one in my house which I bought at Home Depot of course). If the water pressure in your house is fine then you need to decrease the air pressure in the storage tank. The label on the tank says you need an experienced installer to change the pressure. I have not changed the pressure in my tank. You should contact a plumber to do this. I would guess the warning label is a caution against increasing the pressure in the tank above its design limit which might cause it to explode. There is a small black air pressure fitting on the bottom of the tank.
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dbd222
FL
June 12, 2013
There may be air in the system. Try turning off the water supply and draining the dank. You might tip the tank side-ways after the water stops flowing. If that doesn't work, turn on the faucet and let it run with the water supply on. Good luck.
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Can I install unit in basement to provide drinking water in sink and for icemaker?

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ernie
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May 9, 2011
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May 10, 2011
Hi, This is Kim from GE. Thank you for your interest in our product. The unit can be installed in a basement. The basment installation information can be found in the Use and Care Manual/Installation instructions which are posted on the geappliances site. Just go to “drinking water filtration” then “Reverse Osmosis Filtration System” Then click on the model number.
Pay special attention to the note on the bottom of page 5. Basement installation is covered under Option A starting on page 9. Thank you for considering GE. If other questions come up, please let us know.
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
Yes. I did on my previous house.
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does this remove nitrates

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June 13, 2011
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June 14, 2011
Hello,
This is Alison from GE.

Model # GXRM10RBL does reduce nitrates. I have listed the contaminants reduced by this model below.
Nitrate (as N) (1)

The average influent concentration (Mg/L) is 26
The Effluent Concentration (mg/L) is 2.7
The Average Percent Reduction is 89.6
The Maximum Effluent Concentration is 3.8

I hope this helps.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

Have a nice day!

Alison
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OregonBeaverFan
Tempe, AZ
July 9, 2011
yes
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Is this product NSF certified and does it reduce lead?

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August 29, 2011
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August 30, 2011
Hello,
This is Alison from GE.

Yes, model number GXRM10RBL is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation.

The following GE Smartwater water products are NSF certified.
Reverse Osmosis Systems
Filtration Systems
Water Softeners
Water by Culligan Filter, GE GWF & GE MWF SmartWater filter

RO & Filters - Post-Filter (Taste & Odor) FX12P - Carbon Composite
Lead Reduction is 96% for model GXRM10RBL when using the FX12P filter.

I hope this information is helpful.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Alison
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
Yes
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Are the post and pre filters already installed on GE reverse osmosis Mod. gxrm10rbl?

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Bob
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June 5, 2012
Is the RO cartridge that comes with extra or does it have to be installed?
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Gregg
Gold Canyon, AZ
August 14, 2013
The filters are installed, including the RO module. Note though, that you'll need to remove them to sanitize the unit.
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dbd222
FL
February 26, 2013
The filters are installed the membrane is not, but comes with the system with instructions on installation.
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GE Answers
June 6, 2012
Hello Bob,

Thank you for your inquiry on the GE Reverse Osmosis model GXRM10RBL.

The pre and post are in the canisters but have to be removed and the wrapping taken off. The RO is not extra, it has to be installed also.

I hope this helps.

Donna with GE
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
All filters and membrane are installed at the factory.
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Simultaneous hook-ups?

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Jennifer
Southampton, PA
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August 30, 2011
Can this RO system be hooked up to both the ice maker in our refrigerator, as well as the kitchen sink faucet? Our kitchen sink faucet is also the sprayer, so curious to know if it can be hooked up to the RO system, since it will also be hooked up to the water faucet the system comes with.
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September 1, 2011
Hello Jennifer,

This is Donna from GE and I will be happy to help you. with your qustion on the GE Reverse Osmosis water filtration system model GXRM10RBL.

Yes, to hook up the icemaker, you will need to get a second tank (recommended to maintain water pressure) and 2 "T" style connectors one at the tank so both fill with water and one at the faucet to branch between the icemaker and faucet base.

I hope this helps! Have a nice day!
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
Ice maker yes. Kitchen faucet uses too much volume.
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cyberbass
April 30, 2013
Absolutely. We put a 't' in the line that went to the pressure tank, and sent it to the ice-maker. As to your sprayer- assuming that you are referring to the rinse sprayer that comes with many sink faucets, it would depend on the connection on the sprayer hose- also, beware that this will use up a lot of R/O water very quickly.
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On average, what is the length of time before the filters have to be replaced?

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March 14, 2012
Hello,
This is Alison from GE. I am happy to assist you.

The filter life for model GXRM10RBL is 6 months or 900 gallons. The filter number is FX12P.

Please let us know if you have any further questions. We are always glad to be of assistance.
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Suley
West Hills, Los Angeles, CA, USA
April 17, 2013
Every six months or 900 gallons with FX12p filters. The light on your faucet base should flash when it is time for filter replacement under normal use. Local water conditions may lower the filter life. If your faucet light has not flashed the past six months, you have to replace the battery in it. It is CR2032 button cell.
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crawson
West Springfield Ma
March 18, 2012
The system instructions say the system will produce 9.8 gallons of water a day (which BTW will waste nearly 50 gallons of water to produce) so about every six months you will need to flush the system, replace the filters and run and empty the system over and over for 24 hours to properly set up the replaced filters. I'm currently looking for a new system to replace this one - I've only had it 2-weeks.
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Does the RO system remove possible E coli contaminants?

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Doc Bravo
Texas
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July 11, 2012
Our water municipality just informed us that the water just tested positive for E coli and that we are to boiling all our drinking water until further notice.
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doug
Cali
July 13, 2012
yes, the system removes bacteria from the water.
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GE Answers
July 11, 2012
Hello Doc Bravo,

Thank you for your inquiry on the GE RO system.

No, E coli is not one of the comtaminants listed as being removed or tested for. I would suggest you continue to boil the water as directed.

I hope this helps!

Donna with GE
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dbd222
FL
February 26, 2013
The system Data Sheet notes: "Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or with water of quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system." I interpret that to be a No to your question. I wouldn't risk it.
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Can I connect to a refrigerator?

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Gary
Brighton, Michigan
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July 2, 2013
I have not purchased yet. Can I install a "T" that will allow me to connect to both the faucet line and refrigerator line? How would I do this?
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FL
July 2, 2013
Yes, it just requires a T after the storage tank. One goes to the faucet and the other to the ice machine.
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mbar
Jacksonville, FL
July 12, 2013
Yes and no.

The problem has to do with the icemaker and how it functions. Ice makers have a shut-off valve that closes once the cube tray is filled with water. This shut-off valve typically needs at least 30psi of pressure to operate correctly. The GE RO does provide this pressure (due to the pressure tank); BUT, as you use the filtered water the pressure naturally begins to drop. This can cause the icemaker's shut-off valve to not work correctly causeing a slow leak in the icemaker as the RO system builds pressure back up to +30psi. This could take an hour or so; or a full day depending on how empty the pressure tank gets. GE used to sale an adaptor (Part# RvKIT) but they don't sell them anymore.
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Gregg
Gold Canyon, AZ
August 14, 2013
Yes, that should be no problem. Since the faucet line is 3/8" and your refrigerator is probably 1/4", you'll need a 3/8 x 3/8 x 1/4 T. Check to verify the correct size of your tubing. If it was me, I'd put a shut off on each side, so I could shut either one off, if need be.
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Does this system remove minerals like magnesium, potassium,zinc and other trace minerals?What's the average PH value of the filtrated water?

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Nj
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August 17, 2011
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JohnC
Castle Rock
August 21, 2011
Yes, it removes all minerals. I don't think it changes the pH.
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GE Answers
August 18, 2011
Hello Wendy,

This is Donna from GE and I will be happy to assist you. Model GXRM10RBL takes out 99% of all minerals. The PH will need to be tested because it depends on the variables in the water.

If we can help further, please let us know.
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Does this product remove chlorine?

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September 19, 2011
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THDCustomerService
Atlanta, GA
September 20, 2011
Hi CLM,

Thank you for your question.

This model does reduce the fluoride content.

The average percentage of reduction is 92.4 or fluoride (1).

Hope this helps.
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devon
November 11, 2011
the vast majority yes.. within acceptable limits for marine aquariums.
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Where do I get parts for the GE reverse osmosis system?

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November 3, 2011
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November 3, 2011
Hello Chicky,

This is Donna with GE and I will be happy to help you with your questions on parts for the GE reverse osmosis system.

Please contact the Home Depot parts department at 1-877-650-2121. If you are needing to identify a part and need an exploded view of this model, this is available on the GE Appliance website.

I hope this helps!
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James
Frankfort ILL
October 4, 2012
All you should need are filters and membrane. Home depot stocks and I also purchase OEM on ebay.
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i understand it cannot be installed without the faucet!!!! my question was if you have same model with smaller looking faucet!!

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December 15, 2011
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Patrick
Houston, TX, USA
February 5, 2012
It comes with a faucet, but you can buy a nice faucet in different finishes for $20 on internet.
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GE Answers
December 15, 2011
Hello,

Thank you for contacting us back with your inquiry on the GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System
Model # GXRM10RBL. I apologze for any confusion or misunderstanding.

Unfortunately, there is not a smaller or alternative faucet available.

Have a good day!

Donna with GE
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One of the reviews indicated that it was hard to change the filters. Is it as hard as this reveiw made it out to be? I am not a handy person!

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January 27, 2012
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Toemoss
Rancho Cordova, CA, USA
February 6, 2012
the filters are easy to replace ****if **** you use the supplied plastic wrench. The upper RO membrane replacement is more difficult. It requires partial disassembly of the cartridge tube. remove the unit from the mount on the wall and position it so you can easily see the top. USE A FELT PEN to mark where the different color tubes go. Sanitize the components w/ dilute cholrine and WASH YOUR HANDS w/anti bacterial soap before handling and installing RO cartridge. Hand tighten colored tubes but the RO tube must be fairly tightened or it will leak. turn on water before you rehang unit to check for leaks.........Toemoss/ CALIF
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January 30, 2012
Hello Tara Marie,

This is Donna with GE and I will be happy to help your question on the GE Reverse Osmosis Filtration System model # GXRM10RBL.

The steps are provided in the use and care manual. It is not difficult and is consumer replaceable.

* Remove cap from RO cartridge housing (unscrew tubing first, on some models). Use pliers to remove the RO cartridge.

I hope this helps.
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