If you have a 6-month filter, schedule your filter changes when daylight savings changes. When you "spring forward" or "fall back" setting clocks around the house, change your filter at the same time.
Samsung Refrigerator Water Filters
Samsung is one of the two largest conglomerates in South Korea (along with LG) and is the world's largest tech company by sales, according to www.samsung.com. Under the Samsung umbrella are the following subsidiaries: Samsung Heavy Industries, Samsung Life Insurance (ranked number 14 of the Fortune 500 global industries), Samsung Everland (the first theme park in South Korea) and of course Samsung Electronics, just to name a few.
As a multinational company, Samsung competes in a wide variety of markets from home appliances to nuclear power. Most notable are their contacts to provide services to liquefied natural gas provider Royal Dutch Shell, a deal to build nuclear power plants in the United Arab Emirates and the development of wind farms in Ontario, Canada.
Samsung's line of home solutions has expanded to include refrigerator water filters for many different types of fridges, including French three-door, French four-door, side-by-side and side-by-side four-door models.
All Samsung fridge filters should be replaced after six months, when there is decrease in water flow (indicative of some sort of blockage) or when the filter indicator inside the refrigerator comes on. It is important to do this as the filter quality decreases over time and may not be as efficient at removing pathogenic impurities.