icemaker

[ahys-mey-ker]
noun
an appliance for making ice, especially ice cubes: Some refrigerators have built-in icemakers.

Origin:
1765–75 for an earlier sense; ice + maker

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The drawing is not correct when it comes to the icemaker.
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