EcoAqua EFF-6026A | Our#: 181066

EcoAqua Replacement Filter for Bosch 640565 Refrigerator Filter

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EcoAqua EFF-6026A | Our#: 181066

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Product Details

The aftermarket EcoAqua EFF-6026A Premium Ice & Water Filter is used in refrigerators by Bosch and others.  The EFF-6026A is designed to replace the Bosch 640565 filter.  It creates better tasting water for drinking and making beverages as well as clean, clearer, healthy ice. 

Features:  

  • High quality, inexpensive alternative to factory original filter
  • Helps reduce chlorine taste and odor
  • Helps reduce contaminants found in tap water and improves its quality

EcoAqua non-oem
$28.95 / per filter
6 Month Filter
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30-100 psi
33 - 100 °F
1500 Gallon Capacity
0.5 GPM Flow Rate
Bosch oem
$48.95 / per filter
6 Month Filter
NSF/ANSI 42, 53
25-125 psi
40 - 100 °F
240 Gallon Capacity
0.5 GPM Flow Rate

Part number compatibility for the EcoAqua EFF-6026A

Do you know your OEM part number? Use our search to cross-check it!

1257074
2168701
55866-05
55866-06
5586605
5586606
56932
640565
70020002518
AP3961137
B20CS5
B20CS8
CS-450
CS-451
CS-452
CS-51
CS-52
CS450
CS451
CS452
CS51
CS52
EFF-6026A
EVOLFLTR10
RFC1800A
RWF1100
RWF2700A
SGF-BO52
W1085590
WD-640565
WHCFR-PLUS
WHFK-R-PLUS
WSB-1
WSQ-1

  1. Disconnect the refrigerator water supply and unplug the refrigerator
  2. Push the button at the top of the filter case and remove the case from the compartment
  3. Twist the old filter a quarter-turn counterclockwise
  4. Pull the filter straight out and discard
  5. Remove the protective cap from the new filter
  6. Push the new filter into the fridge until it stops
  7. Twist the new filter a quarter-turn clockwise
  8. Replace the filter case back into the compartment
  9. Reconnect the refrigerator water supply and plug the refrigerator back in