How do you read a Brita indicator?
A green blinking light indicates that the filter is good. A yellow light indicates the filter should be replaced soon, while a red light blinking indicates the filter should be replaced. Filter performance is not certified after 40 gallons.
How do I reset my Brita filter indicator?
To reset the indicator, press the STATUS button and hold it down. If using the a Brita Longlast+® Filter (blue in color), hold down the STATUS button for 6 seconds. Do not release until the green light next to LONGLAST+ FILTER has blinked green three times by itself.
Where is the Brita product code?
Depending on the model, this can be found at the front or rear of the chiller unit. For large, stand alone bottlers, the serial number panel is inside the machine which can be found by opening the front door of the unit.
What is the sticker for with Brita?
If it comes with a sticker indicator, adjust the date so you’ll know when it’s time for a new filter (every 2 months for a Standard Filter).
How often do I really need to change my Brita filter?
about every two months
The Brita Standard Filter (white) should be replaced after every 40 gallons, or about every two months. The Brita Longlast Filter (blue) needs to be replaced after every 120 gallons, or approximately every six months.
Why is my Brita filter flashing red?
The red light will blink when your filter has reached the end of its certified life, indicating that it’s time to replace the filter.
When should I replace my Brita filter?
The Brita Standard Filter (white) should be replaced after every 40 gallons or about every two months. The Brita Longlast Filter (blue) needs to be replaced after every 120 gallons, or approximately every six months.
How long does a Brita filter really last?
Can I put tap water in my Brita?
Brita filters can feature in tap faucets or certain pitcher jugs or water bottles. People may use these filters to remove the components of water that affect its taste, smell, or safety. Water filters vary in design depending on their purpose, and there is currently no single type that can filter out all contaminants.