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The BRITA memo will need to be replaced if the battery has reached the end of its lifetime. This timer indicates approximately how long the filter has left. Each of the bars represents a week of the filter's lifetime and one will disappear each week. Once all bars have disappeared, the filter will need to be replaced.

How do I replace it?

Simply the used memo using a flat-head screwdriver in the indent near the timer and insert the new one in its place.

Do I need the same colour as my original timer?

No, there is no difference in performance between the black timer and the white timer.

Customer FAQs (Global)

Before you reach for BRITA, find all the answers to your questions here.

For over 50 years, BRITA is world famous for water filter jugs and water optimisation. Australian household water from the tap is compliant and safe, but may contain chlorine, heavy metals and other sediments which can affect water taste, smell and clarity.

BRITA water filters are designed to:

• Reduce free and bound chlorine content if present.

• Reducing carbonate hardness and act as a “water softener” where hard water is present.

• Help filter out metals such as lead and copper which may be found from dirty or damaged mains.

How often should I replace the filter?

How should I store my water?

Are BRITA jugs dishwasher safe?

Does MAXTRA filter fit into all jugs?

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