Can I install ice maker myself?
Provided the refrigerator is configured to accept an ice maker, installing it yourself is a fairly easy process. You simply mount the accessory in the freezer compartment, then plug in the water and electrical connections. The same process can be used should you ever need to replace an ice maker that has failed.
Is it easy to replace an ice maker?
Installing a replacement icemaker is simple. You can buy a replacement icemaker and install it without breaking a sweat. Its simple.
What size is ice maker line?
1/4-inch The tubing should have a diameter of 1/4-inch and can be copper line, braided steel line or plastic tubing. Many professionals prefer copper line, but plastic tubing is commonly sold as part of ice maker installation kits.
What would cause ice maker to stop working?
Cause: A common cause for a clog is frozen water in the line. Cause: There is also a possibility that the water filter for the ice maker is clogged. Fix: Locate and replace the water filter. Filters for ice makers are typically located inside the refrigerator (to keep them from freezing).
How long should an ice maker last?
Seldom, though, will an ice machine last longer than 10 years if it is used everyday. A safe estimate would be roughly 4 to 5 years, or within the warranty of the machine. But beyond the warranty there is no guarantee. To extend the life of your ice machine, make sure you perform routine maintenance and cleaning.