Model #329341200 Kenmore water filter

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Q:

whole house water filter

A:

Hi Mark,

Thank you for submitting a question to Manage My Life.

The first model number you gave me 329.340200 does not come up in our system. The cartridges for model number 329.341200 are:

TASTE & ODOR cartridge part number 3437717.

SEDIMENT- FINE cartridge- part number 3847807.

SEDIMENT- EXTRA FINE- part number AP110.

SEDIMENT- MEDIUM FINE- part number 3847807.

Fine and Medium fine seem to be the same.

Here is a link that you may use to purchase the cartridges for your model number 329341200 Kenmore water filter .

I hope this is helpful, and if I may be of further assistance please include more details in a reply to this post.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
April 05, 2012
Q:

Replacing filter cartridge

A:

The replacement filters are listed as Key 10A and 10B on that parts diagram. You can order the "Fine" water filter 2-pack using part number 3847807. The "Extra-Fine" filter is also available as part number AP110. To replace the filter cartridge, shut off the water supply to the filter and remove the sump (Key 1 on the part image). That sump just screws off but it may be difficult to remove since the cartridge has not been replaced recently. You may want to order and replace the O-ring (part STD302241) when you replace the filter cartridge.

If you are not certain that you can replace that filter cartridge yourself, I recommend that you have a plumber service the filter the first time and then you can replace the cartridge yourself in the future. This may save you from an interruption in water service to your home. If you need a plumber or handy person for this task, you can check the Service Live.com website. That website has service pre-screened service providers in most areas that can help you with this filter. Here is a link for that website: ServiceLive.com .

If you need more help, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 27, 2011
A:

You only need to buy one type of filter (either 10A or 10B). You do not need to purchase both of them. There is a chance that you won't need an O-ring but that part is relatively inexpensive. I recommend that you go ahead and purchase one so that you have it. If you remove the sump and replace that filter and then the sump leaks, you may have to do without water until you can get that O-ring and replace it. It is best to order it and have it just in case you need it. Having a plumber perform this filter change will prevent you from damaging the pipes or the housing the first time. If you are certain that you can properly remove that sump without any problems, you can skip the plumber. I hope that this information clears up any questions that you have. If you need more assistance or have any more questions, let us know.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 27, 2011
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