Do bottom freezer refrigerators have ice makers?

Do bottom freezer refrigerators have ice makers?

Unlike top freezers that house the ice maker, the ice maker in a bottom freezer refrigerator stays in the top section, which frees up more freezer space down at the bottom. Most come with a variety of space-saving features as well.

How do I remove the ice maker from the bottom of my freezer?

Loosen the two bolts with a 1/4-inch nut-driver. Lift the icemaker up slightly to disengage the brackets from the bolts. Pull the icemaker from the freezer to expose the wiring harness connecting the icemaker wires to the refrigerator’s electrical system.

How does bottom freezer ice maker work?

Most icemakers use an electric motor, an electrically operated water valve and an electrical heating unit. You also have to hook the icemaker up to the plumbing line in your house, to provide fresh water for the ice cubes. The power line and the water-intake tube both run through a hole in the back of the freezer.