On Apr 14, 9:53 am, gigster wrote:
On Apr 14, 7:17 am, Dottie wrote:
I am getting a new refrigerator today and will put the old one in the
garage. I would like to remove the old ice maker so I would have more
space in the freezer. Does anyone know how difficult this is?
(Frigidaire) And is it safe to just take it out? I mean, I assume
there won't be any wires left just dangling....but I don't know for
sure. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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The man who delivered the new one also moved the old refrigerator to
the garage for us. He removed the old ice maker which had stopped
working. He said I could just leave it the way it is - with a small
hole where the water came in. I can feel no cold air coming out
anywhere and it appears to be working fine. The freezer is still a
lot colder on it than on the new one. Guess it will catch up.