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GE Single-Sta Water Filtration Unit

Model # GX1S01C|Store SKU # 1000177359

Overview

Model # GX1S01C Store SKU # 1000177359

The GE GX1S01C Undercounter Drinking Water Filtration Unit can use the following filters (not included): FXUTC, FXULC or FXUVC. GX1S01C unit includes integrated mounting bracket and hardware. Filter, faucet, filter wrench, inlet valve, 3/8-inch tubing and 3/8-inch NTP connection fitting sold separately.

  1. When used with FXUTC filter, reduces Chlorine (Taste & Odor).
  1. When used with FXULC filter, reduces lead, cysts and Chlorine (Taste & Odor).
  1. When used with FXUVC filter, reduces VOCs, lead, cysts and Chlorine (Taste & Odor).
  1. Certified by NSF, a highly recognized independent testing institution for water treatment products

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
5
Assembled Height (in inches)
13
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
3
Assembled Width (in inches)
5
Packaged Depth (in inches)
5
Packaged Height (in inches)
13
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
3
Packaged Width (in inches)
5

Details

Country of Origin
US-United States

Warranty / Certifications

Limited 1-year Warranty. See written warranty for details. For warranty questions call 1-800-361-1100.
Single-Sta Water Filtration UnitGE Single-Sta Water Filtration UnitThe GE GX1S01C Undercounter Drinking Water Filtration Unit can use the following filters (not included): FXUTC, FXULC or FXUVC. GX1S01C unit includes integrated mounting bracket and hardware. Filter, faucet, filter wrench, inlet valve, 3/8-inch tubing and 3/8-inch NTP connection fitting sold separately.
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Single-Sta Water Filtration Unit is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 163.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replacing an existing filter did want to change the hose... Replacing an existing filter did want to change the hose or existing water spout that was all ready installed. There was a slight problem finding the correct fittings for the existing hose. With some help from a floor sales representative we were able to accomplish that. Other thren that canister installed easy.
Date published: 2021-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rating provided by a verified purchaser... Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2021-07-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Rating provided by a verified purchaser... Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2021-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Work good for the refrigerator.... Work good for the refrigerator.
Date published: 2021-04-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installed easily and works fine... Installed easily and works fine
Date published: 2021-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rating provided by a verified purchaser... Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2021-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The system was very easy to work with, simple... The system was very easy to work with, simple installation
Date published: 2021-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install,good selection of filer cartridges,great value compared to... Easy to install,good selection of filer cartridges,great value compared to other brands that I’ve used !
Date published: 2021-03-18
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Without a filter installed the top (cap) screws down tight against the 'O' ring in the top of th...

Without a filter installed the top (cap) screws down tight against the 'O' ring in the top of the canister leaving about a 1/16" gap, but with a filter inside the top will not screw down all the way to compress the 'O' ring seal and there is about 1/4" gap between top and canister. It leaks badly in this condition and no wrench tightening helps this condition. It is like the pocket indentations on each end of the filter are not deep enough to allow cap to seat all the way down? Anybody else have this problem?
Asked by: fairwindflier
I have had seven (7) of these units installed under sinks in a commercial building. Been there for about 11 years. Replace filter cartridges about every 6 months based on location and usage. Be careful when removing the sump part that the o-ring does not get stuck in the top housing part. ONLY 1 O-Ring fits into space in top of sump (LOWER) part you remove to replace filter. Drop filter into sump put o-ring lubricant on o-ring ( I have substituted plain VASELINE for this before) and before you screw onto top housing jiggle it a little you will then feel it align with top internal fitting and then screw rest of the way onto top housing. NOTE: you can buy replacement o-ring sets with lubricant for this filter at the store. There are 2 different o=rings in pack ONLY use the one that fits in groove of sump correctly.
Answered by: NeilJ
Date published: 2021-07-10

Why does GE sell a housing that is obviously incorrectly dimensioned for the filter?

The mounting hardware cannot withstand the force necessary to compress the filter FXUTC enough the achieve a seal between the sump and head. I don't have this problem with my older unit. This is unuseabe, and going back to the store.
Asked by: Mark2fish
I’m A Licensed Plumbing Contractor. I Tryed Two Brand New Filter Heads & Filters. Do Not Buy . It’s A Defect From GE. They Should Recall All Of Them. Keith
Answered by: Pro
Date published: 2021-02-13

Looking for a replacement unit - the one we have is about 6 years old and developed a pin hole le...

Looking for a replacement unit - the one we have is about 6 years old and developed a pin hole leak in the sump housing that got our cabinets and wood floors all wet :-(. How can we be sure this isn't going to happen again? Is there someplace we can send the old unit so they can assess the design flaw?
Asked by: GaryB
Hi GaryB, I had same thing happen about 5 years ago. Called GE support and they told me that chemicals in tap water can slowly degrade the plastic over years of service causing the pinhole leaks you and I experienced. So now I change the filters every 6 months and change the filter system/housing every 5 years. I recently looked around for alternate brand/model filtration system and the most reasonable one was Culligan model US-600A. I actually ordered it but upon receipt discovered that the incoming/outgoing water connections are plastic hoses simply press-fit into the housing inlet/outlet holes (there's a one-way clamp and o-ring inside to hold/seal the plastic hose). I really didn't like the idea of plastic hoses press fit into couplings - I can imagine the hose popping out and ending up with a much-worse-than-pinhole leak. So in the end I returned the Culligan filter and purchased this same GE model again (on my once-every-5 year schedule) because it uses very solid screw-in fittings which can be connected to the metal-braid reinforced water supply hoses. I'll probably by this same filter housing again 5 years from now, even doing this I think it's an overall better value than most other filtration systems. Hope this helps! LRC
Answered by: LRC
Date published: 2020-06-17

No question just the same complaint as everyone else! The filter does not let you screw the capsule on tightly enough.

Asked by: Ryan
Hello Ryan - Thank you for reaching out about your filter. We are sorry to hear about the issue with changing the filter. If the casing will not screw on completely, the filter cartridge may have been installed upside down. Please let us know if you have any more questions. - JB
Answered by: GE Answers
Date published: 2020-05-13

What comes with the filter housing? Parts, filter, etc. Thanks

What comes with the filter housing? Parts, filter, etc. Thanks
Asked by: John
Hi John - A mounting bracket is included for easier installation. Compatible filters FXUTC, FXULC and FXUVC sold separately. Also, Sump Wrench (UCWRNCH) and Chrome faucet (UNFCTBL) sold separately. We suggest viewing the Installation Guide at the following link for complete details or simply scroll down the page to Info & Guides: https://images.homedepot-static.com/catalog/pdfImages/26/2674fead-4046-49d3-b521-b98a8331ba3b.pdf - Thanks for choosing GE Model # GX1S01R. Keep in touch at geappliances.com. Sue
Answered by: GE Answers
Date published: 2020-03-04

I have a problem with the flow/volume from the unit and been reading the questions and answers to...

I have a problem with the flow/volume from the unit and been reading the questions and answers to see if others have experienced the same, it seems that others have as well, your answers to them refer to a pressure of 40 + where the unit spec's show a min of 20 ? and a flow rate of 2 gal per min. and reasonably sure pressure is not as directly related to the flow/volume as much as a restriction would be, I purchased a replacement filter today and noted that the hole in the recessed portion on each end where the water leaves the inside of the filter to the exit port can't be much more that 7/64 inch diameter which would certainly have a negative effect on the flow/volume that is capable of passing through it, is there any reason the size of the hole can't be increased to allow more water volume to flow through it ?
Asked by: DD
The sales rep said use the wound 5 micron filter instead of the smaller micron filter. I am on a well and my water pressure being lower seems in affected
Answered by: azshooter2
Date published: 2020-03-03

how do you unscrew the top to replace filter

how do you unscrew the top to replace filter
Asked by: dude
The top is mounted but the bottom simply unscrew by hand.
Answered by: azshooter2
Date published: 2020-03-03

Currently have the GE GX1S01R and want to replace the filter, but I can't get the sump off (we do have the wrench). Any tips on removing this?

Asked by: stp
Push the red button and twist it at same time
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2020-02-27
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