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120 lb. Undercounter Ice Maker

Magic Chef NPCIM120H

Features

  • Included in-line water filter
  • Air-cooled condenser with removable filter
  • Automatic ice making and error-detecting
  • control system

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Features

  • Included in-line water filter
  • Air-cooled condenser with removable filter
  • Automatic ice making and error-detecting
  • control system
  • Auto shut-off with full bin indication
  • Adjustable ice thickness
  • Easy clean function
  • Included leveling legs
Brand Norpole
Type Standalone
Model NPCIM120H
Capacity (lbs) 120
Weight (lbs) 110.2
Width (in) 19.7
Height (in) 33.5
Depth (in) 23.2

Warranty

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