Model #59655669500 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Kenmore 596.55669500 cubic ft 59655669500 Kenmore Kenmore refrigerator

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Based upon our records, this model features 26 cu/ft. of capacity.

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Jeff Wallace Sr -
Sears Technician
March 16, 2015
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How can I get the filter out of my Kenmore refrigerator?

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You need to turn the filter counter clockwise 1/2 turn to release it. If you can't turn the filter try warming the rear end or base of the filter with a hair dryer. Sometimes the filter sticks and is hard to turn.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
August 05, 2008
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How do I get the old water filter out of my Kenmore refrigerator to replace it with the new one?

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I don't see any metal fittings in this water filter fitting on the refrigerator. I'm not thinking that WD-40 will help. The water filter head fitting that holds the filter in place is made out of plastic and has water tight seals. Using a mild detergent such dishwashing liquid may lubricate this plastic fitting/seal better than WD-40.

You can remove the bottom part of the filter cover (Key 16 in the image below). This would allow you to grip and hold the filter head (Key 17) with a pair of channel locks while you turn the filter counterclockwise (to the left) with a separate pair of pliers. (NOTE: You should have the water supply to the refrigerator turned off while you attempt to remove this filter. Also, bleed the water pressure out of the system by pushing the water dispenser paddle after the water supply is turned off.) This may enable you to break the filter free and remove it.

If you are not able to remove the filter, you may need to replace the filter head.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
May 27, 2008

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