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Old 06-07-2015, 06:16 PM   #1
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Norcold 1210 IM w/ice maker question

Does the Norcold 1210 IM ice maker work on gas also? We dry camp sometimes and it would be great to know if we need to turn off the ice maker if we have no 110. Thanks.
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Old 06-07-2015, 06:56 PM   #2
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Works great on LP! I make ice traveling down the road. It requires your 12V, but you would have that drycamping.
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The freezer can make ice of course, but I think the built in ice maker needs 110 volts to function. If you look in the cubby behind the fridge, (outside) you'll notice two plugs in the duplex outlet to the left; one is the fridge, and one is the ice maker.
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The freezer can make ice of course, but I think the built in ice maker needs 110 volts to function. If you look in the cubby behind the fridge, (outside) you'll notice two plugs in the duplex outlet to the left; one is the fridge, and one is the ice maker.
The 120 volt plug runs everything when your pluged in It has nothing to do with the ice maker the Nevercold works on Gas and 12 volts and 120 and 12 volts when pluged in
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The freezer can make ice of course, but I think the built in ice maker needs 110 volts to function. If you look in the cubby behind the fridge, (outside) you'll notice two plugs in the duplex outlet to the left; one is the fridge, and one is the ice maker.
Ya got me Jim- your right. I must have only been thinking I was making ice. I looked up the manual and it requires 120VAC to operate the ice maker.

Sorry Cindy and Ray - it will no-worky. I guess the old fashioned ice trays is all that will work.
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