A: The ice maker does not have any connections for a water supply. It comes with a one gallon reservoir only.
A: No, you have to pour water into its reservoir to make it run and make ice. Not a commercial icemaker.
A: No, it can not.
A: Good afternoon Primosch1229, No, it cannot be hooked up to a water supply. It is a freestanding ice maker and should be used according to the provided instructions. If you have further questions, please reach out to our technical support team at 800-968-9853. Thank you,
A: These ice cubes are round cylindrical with hole in the middle not completely through sometimes.
A: Ice is shaped like a cylinder with a hole running thru the center of the cylinder. You get to choose the size of the ice cylinder. Small, medium, large. I like the large.
A: Oval shape. Excellent product. Aaaaa
A: Circular and hollow
A: They are round like small pecans with hole in the center. Makes cooling drinks quick. Love the machine
A: tubular or cruhed
A: We had it set up on the island in our kitchen during the time we required it. It was the middle of the CA desert summer. I didn't really notice it adding to the room temp, but it is a large kitchen.
A: No, not that I notice. I usually run the ceiling fan while the unit is on since it has and air intake with a fan inside.
A: It must not. I've never given it a thought. I'm guessing no more than other small appliances. They all (toasters, coffee makers, blenders) add some heat, but I believe it's negligible.
A: It does put out some heat via the side exhaust. Side vent reminds me of about the same heat dispersion as a computer tower. Not a whole lot but noticeable if you are right next to it. It also helps to remove the outer cover and blow it out as it will start to accumulate dust and lint and this will cause it to not vent properly and get hot. Had to do this about a year after purchase. Well worth it though. Great machine.
A: I have had mine for quite a while now and I run it every weekend for extended periods...I have never noticed any significant heat output. Not around the machine or anywhere else in my kitchen. I hope that helps.
A: Very little heat, but it does need about 4 inches of ventilation room on the sides to make it more efficient.
A: You just add water. This is what makes it so convenient. You are not limited to setting it up nearest to a water line. Ours is in the opposite end of the kitchen.
A: Just add water.
A: No hook up at all. Just add the water!!!!
A: No. You add the water to a reservoir. The basket holds the made ice over that reservoir so any melted ice goes back in. Very resourceful.
A: No, you just add water to the reservoir.
A: You just add water. We use filters water. Unit must be cleaned pretty regularly. Works well and makes enough ice for a small family. We use ours at the bar on our patio.
A: You add water to a reservoir below the ice basket. There is no way to hook the unit to a water supply.
A: Just add water no plumbing required. Love it!
A: No hook-up is needed. Just add about a half gallon of water at a time and let it go, emptying the basket inside periodically. It will light up when the water reserve gets low, at that point you just want to turn the machine off, add more water, then turn it back on. Back to making ice.
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|Name||26 lb. Freestanding Ice Maker in Stainless Steel||26 lbs. Freestanding Ice Maker in Silver||26 lbs. Freestanding Ice Maker in Red||26 lb. Freestanding Compact Ice Maker in Black|
|Ice Storage Capacity (lb.)||2.2||2.65||2.65||2.6|
|Ice Production per Day (lb.)||26||26||26||26|
|Product Height (in.)||16.77||12.7||12.7||12.91|
|Product Depth (in.)||15.9||12.1||12.1||14.09|
|Installation Type||Freestanding Only||Freestanding Only||Freestanding Only|
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