I would like to put a filter in the water line to the refrigerator. The problem is that I don't want to have to move the refrigerator to change the filter. My fridge set up is built in. There is a wooden partition wall on the left side of the fridge and countertop on the other. The incoming line is behind the fridge. The only two options seem to be, either cut into cabinets and put the filter under the counter or cut into the partition and let it be exposed in the area I keep the trashcan. Another idea would be to put behind the fridge. The filters I have been googling in the internet look like they are not made to be mounted to the wall. They look like they would be just hanging free in the plumbing line. I would think the best way to go would be to mount a base for the filer to the wall with the plumbing hookup and then have a filter that can be replaced.
BTW here is a drawing of my fridge.
If I could find a base that can be mounted to the wall and opening to the side, behind the fridge would be a great spot.
How did the experts add one?