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How long to make ice new thermador refrigerator

The time it takes for a new Thermador refrigerator to start producing ice can vary based on several factors. In general, it can take anywhere from 12 to 24 hours for a new refrigerator to make its first batch of ice. Here's a breakdown of the process: 1. Initial Cooling: When you first set up the refrigerator and turn it on, it needs some time to reach the optimal operating temperature. This initial cooling process can take a few hours, during which the refrigerator cools down to its set temperature. 2. Ice Maker Setup: If your Thermador refrigerator comes with an ice maker, it may require additional setup steps, such as connecting it to the water supply and ensuring the ice maker is turned on. 3. Ice Maker Fill Time: Once the refrigerator is cooled and the ice maker is operational, it starts to fill the ice maker mold with water. The time it takes to fill the mold and freeze the water into ice can vary, but it usually takes a few hours to complete the first ice-making cycle. Keep in mind that the time frame mentioned above is a general estimate and can vary depending on the model, room temperature, water supply, and other environmental factors. It's essential to follow the instructions in your Thermador refrigerator's user manual for specific guidelines on setting up the ice maker and the recommended waiting time for the first ice batch. If you encounter any issues or concerns, contacting Thermador's customer support can provide further assistance.
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