I am buying a new fridge, but i don't think I can use the Ice Maker because there's no waterline running near that wall. However, I'm set on the side by side fridges, and don't see a single side by side without the ice maker. At least in my price range. Is it possible to plug in the fridge, and just not plug in the ice maker, or would that cause problems? You can still use the fridge without using the ice maker without any problems BUT I can't imagine not using that feature. Just on a side note,most of the time running a waterline to your fridge and hooking it up is not that hard a job.
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Here is a step-by-step water line installation refrigerator guide. A new refrigerator with a water dispenser and ice maker needs to be hooked up to a COLD water line. Usually behind where a refrigerator is installed, there will be a water valve that you can use to hook cold water to your fridge. If there is no water valve behind your fridge, you will have to run a water line to the closest cold water pipe to get your refrigerator access to water. You may have a cold water pipe either behind the wall where the fridge is or possibly in the floor under the kitchen.