Fully Flush Installation with Articulating Hinge
allows the ice maker's door to sit flush without protruding or leaving a gap between the ice maker and the adjoining cabinets. Articulating hinge design allows the door to open 90 degrees without swinging beyond its normal closed width, providing a built-in look that adds a touch of style to your kitchen or bar space.
Clear Ice Technology
provides cubes of uniform 3/4" x 3/4" x 1/2" size and shape that are ideal for daily use or a variety of entertaining needs. Clear Ice Technology allows for attractive drink presentation and a slow melt rate so beverages won't water down quickly.
makes routine maintenance easy using a "clean cycle" and Affresh® ice maker cleaner.
Holds 25 Pounds of Ice
ensures a generous supply of fresh ice is conveniently at your fingertips.
resists smudges and fingerprints. The specialized coating for stainless steel is easy to clean with just water and a soft cloth, so you can spend more time cooking and less time cleaning up.
provides a dedicated space where a filter can be inserted to help remove contaminants, improving taste and clarity. A filter is not required but can be purchased separately. Use filter #F2WC9I1 and change every six months for best results.
offers flexible installation options by allowing hinge installation on either side of the door.
- Fully Flush Installation with Articulating Hinge
- Clear Ice Technology
- Self-Cleaning Cycle
- Holds 25 Pounds of Ice
- Max Ice
- PrintShield Finish
- Reversible Door
|Water Filter Indicator/Reset
|Water Filter Location
|Depth Closed Excluding Handles
|Depth Closed Including Handles
|Depth Excluding Doors
|Depth With Door Open 90 Degree
|Height To Top Of Cabinet
|Height To Top Of Door Hinge
|Energy Star® Qualified
|Ice Maker On/Off
|Location of Controls
||Interior Up Front
||Clear Ice Technology , Articulating Hinge , True Flush Installable , Ice Scoop , Max Ice , Easy Access Filter Install
|Ambient Temperature Range
||55F to 110F
||Rear Access 5/8" OD
||No, Gravity Drain
|Water Filter Part Number
Energy Star Rated:
25 (cu. ft.)
Offer Expires: 1/1/2020 to 7/11/2020 |
Must be postmarked by: 8/10/2020
Receive up to a $1700 Visa Prepaid card with purchase of 2 or more qualifying KitchenAid Appliances. Rebate form must be postmarked by 8/10/2020.
Delivery is for standard common carrier "curbside" delivery. "Curbside Delivery" includes delivery to the curb in front of your home.It does not typically include moving the item into your home, garage, or other location.The carrier will call to schedule a delivery appointment.A signature is required at the time of delivery.Please include a daytime phone number with your shipping information.Delivery locations that are extraordinary (such as an island or mountain top or extreme rural areas) may create additional delivery charges, one of our sales agents will be in touch to review your delivery options.
When delivery occurs please personally inspect your merchandise before signing for the product.Look for things such as holes in the box or any other type of damage to the packaging.If the packaging looks questionable do not sign for the item(s)!If you feel the damage is something you can live with- Please note all damage on the bill of lading when you sign for it.Do not let anyone tell you that you must sign for the item. You do not have to sign for it if you feel the item is questionable.If you do decide to refuse the item, make specific notes that describe the damage in detail and simply call us for a refund or reshipment.Please understand if you sign, you are stating that everything looks great and you will not be able to claim any damage caused by the delivery company.
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