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Old 11-02-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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Any idea what model water filter is on the 2014 335?
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Old 11-02-2013, 04:16 PM   #2
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Does yours look like this?
If it does it is a PUR CCI-10-CA which are very expensive.
I buy ones from Home Depot in the appliance department.
Charcoal and two for $12
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GE Carbon Replace Filter 2-Pack-FXWTC at The Home Depot
I also remove them and wash off the large particles and should last a few years.
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Does yours look like this?
If it does it is a PUR CCI-10-CA which are very expensive.
I buy ones from Home Depot in the appliance department.
Charcoal and two for $12
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GE Carbon Replace Filter 2-Pack-FXWTC at The Home Depot
I also remove them and wash off the large particles and should last a few years.
Good idea Iggy, I'm old enough and remember when the bottle water was not a craze like Distilled water or spring? Well water always was better then city water. Water filters and bottled water is a billion dollar business. I agree that you would want something to stop anything big trying to get through or sand. I didn't know that any filter would fit, thanks. Now it's 50 microns or 100, 200 or what ever they can sell you on. I remember taking pellets and dropping them in your water in my army days. But that was from river water.....
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Good idea Iggy, I'm old enough and remember when the bottle water was not a craze like Distilled water or spring? Well water always was better then city water. Water filters and bottled water is a billion dollar business. I agree that you would want something to stop anything big trying to get through or sand. I didn't know that any filter would fit, thanks. Now it's 50 microns or 100, 200 or what ever they can sell you on. I remember taking pellets and dropping them in your water in my army days. But that was from river water.....
Iodine pills in the water. LOL
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The original ones are only 30 bucks. You should only have to replace it every couple of years. I remove it and put it in a sealed bag when winterizing.

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Thanks everyone. I'll give that one a try. When I go back out in a few weeks to check on everything ill see if I can tell what kind it is. It looks like the one above but my canister is not clear.
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