This Refrigerator Ice Maker Assembly is an add-on for refrigerators that didn't originally come with an ice maker. This kit has a 4-wire 8-terminal plug for freezer connection. This is an accessory that can be used across several major brands; check to see if your model number is compatible. Replacing this part will require basic hand tools, some disassembly of the refrigerator and novice repair experience. You must unplug the refrigerator or shut off the house circuit breaker for the refrigerator before installing this part. Safely store any food that could deteriorate while the power is off and unplug the refrigerator before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands. Helpful tip: If your old water line has a kink or starts to leak, it should be replaced. A water filter can also be added inline with the copper supply line to improve the quality of your ice.
- This product is a Factory Certified Accessory. These three words represent quality parts and accessories designed specifically for your appliance. Time tested engineering that meets our strict quality specifications
- Package contains (1) Refrigerator Ice Maker Assembly
- Tools Needed: Multi screwdriver, standard pliers, razor blade and small crescent wrench
- 30-Day Return Policy
|Ice Bucket Capacity
|Included with Icemaker
||Ice Bucket, Ice maker, Installation Instructions
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