Portable Ice Maker User Guide
Portable Ice Maker
User Guide
ITEM # IVAICEM25NC
Overview
Requiring no installation or water hookup, the Ivation portable ice maker is perfect for small spaces. It makes 9 ice cubes, in
3 selectable sizes, in 7 – 10 minutes. Unused ice melts back into the water reservoir to make fresh ice during the next cycle.
The unit is capable of making up to 26.5 lbs. of ice per day.
It features alerts for low water level and maximum capacity, and automatic shutoff when the basket is full.
Safety Information
• This appliance must be grounded. This product is equipped with a cord having grounding wire with an appropriate
grounding plug. Plug the unit into a dedicated AC outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances. Do not modify the plug provided; if it will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed
by a qualified electrician. If an extension cord is necessary, use only a 3-wire cord that has a 3-blade grounding plug,
and a 3-slot receptacle that will accept the plug on the product.
• Never unplug the unit by pulling on the power cord. Firmly grip the plug and pull it straight out of the outlet.
• Use only fresh, clean water with no flavoring. Do not attempt to make ice with tea, juices, or other liquids.
• Make sure the unit is placed on a flat, even surface in a well-ventilated area. Do not block the air vents.
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, high humidity, or temperature extremes.
• Do not place the unit close to heat sources or open flames.
• Do not operate the unit if the ambient temperature is lower than 41°F/5°C or higher than 90°F/32°C.
• Do not use the unit outdoors.
• Unplug the unit before cleaning.
• Do not clean the unit with solvents, boiling water, or cleaning agents.
• Do not store anything inside the unit.
• Unplug the unit before moving it.
• Do not place items on top of the unit.
• Do not tip the unit over.
• Do not attempt to repair or disassemble the unit.
• Use this appliance only for its intended purpose.
• Remove ice and water from the unit before storing it.
• Do not let children operate the appliance unless supervised.
• Regularly clean the ice maker and allow it to dry thoroughly before using or storing. SEE “CLEANING” SECTION OF
THIS GUIDE.
CAUTION: Mold can form if moisture gets trapped inside the unit. Drain water after every use and sure the interior
is clean and dry before storing.
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Parts & Controls
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Transparent window
Cover
Operation panel
Air outlet
Air inlet
Power cord
Water drain outlet,
screw cap, and plug
8. Removable ice basket
9. Evaporator
10. Ice chamber
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Control Panel
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Power: On/Off/Operating/Standby
SELECT Button: Select ice cube size
WORK Indicator: Power on
ICE FULL Indicator: Ice basket is full
ADD Water Indicator: Reservoir is low
L / M / S Indicators:
Three selectable ice cube sizes:
L (large), M (medium), S (small); Default Setting is M
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Operating Instructions
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Clean the machine before using. SEE “CLEANING” SECTION OF THIS GUIDE.
Place the ice maker onto a smooth, flat surface in a well-ventilated area.
Plug in the unit. IMPORTANT: WAIT 30 MINUTES BEFORE USING THE UNIT TO MAKE ICE FOR THE FIRST TIME.
THIS ALLOWS THE REFRIGERANT TO STABILIZE.
Lift the cover, remove the ice basket, and pour fresh water into the water reservoir, filling to the top of the protrusions.
Press the power button.
Select the desired ice cube size: S, M, L. The default size is M.
The machine will make 9 ice cubes at a time. The process takes 7 – 10 minutes, depending upon the size of the ice
cubes selected, water temperature, and ambient temperature.
Periodically check the “Add Water” indicator. If reservoir is empty, the machine will stop automatically. Make sure
the unit is turned off. Wait 3 minutes. Refill the water reservoir. Press the Power button to restart the unit.
The machine will stop when the ice basket is full. Remove the basket and transfer the cubes to your freezer, cooler,
or ice bucket. This product is not intended to store ice.
Replace the water in the reservoir every 24 hours. If the unit is not in use, drain any leftover water by removing the
screw cap and plug located at the back of the unit.
Cleaning and Maintenance
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Keep the machine in an upright position while cleaning it.
Before first use: Remove and wash ice basket. Do not put in dishwasher. Clean ice maker interior with mild, household
detergent and water; wipe with a soft cloth. Remove any residue and allow to dry.
• Never immerse the machine in water or other liquid.
• Always unplug the ice maker before cleaning it.
• Clean the exterior with mild detergent and water.
• When the machine is not in use, remove the screw cap and drain plug on the back of the unit to drain the reservoir.
Remove and wash the ice basket. Clean the interior.
• Regularly clean the interior, especially when the unit has not been in use, to help prohibit bacteria growth. Use a
mixture of diluted (with clean water) lemon juice or white vinegar to clean the interior. Allow the unit to dry
thoroughly before storing.
CAUTION: Mold can form if moisture gets trapped inside the unit. Drain water after every use and sure the interior
is clean and dry before storing.
Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Possible Cause
Remedy
WORK indicator does not light.
No power.
Check the power supply and cord.
Make sure that the unit is plugged
into a dedicated grounded AC outlet.
Check household fuses or circuit
breakers.
Check if the ice basket is full.
Check the water level.
ICE FULL indicator lights up.
1. The ice basket is full.
2. The ambient temperature is
lower than 41°F/5°C.
1. Empty the ice basket.
2. Move the unit to a warmer place
where the ambient temperature
is higher than 41°F/5°C.
ADD WATER indicator lights up.
Reservoir water level is too low.
Add fresh water to unit. Press
Button.
ICE FULL indicator and FILL
WATER indicators both light up.
1. Blockage.
2. Internal damage.
1. Check the ice basket and reservoir.
Remove any foreign material.
2. Internal components may be
damaged and require professional
repair.
Poor performance.
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1. Clean any dust on and around the
cooling fan and vents. Place unit in
a well-ventilated area.
2. Fill reservoir with roomtemperature water.
3. Do not operate the unit if the
ambient temperature is higher
than 90°F/32°C.
4. Refrigeration system is damaged
and requires professional repair.
Abnormal noise. NOTE: A humming
or knocking sound ,when water is
pumped through the system, is normal.
1. Insufficient airflow
2. Low water level or ice basket
is full.
3. Fan or pump damage.
Insufficient heat elimination.
Water temperature is too high.
Ambient temperature is too high.
Refrigerant leak.
1. Ensure that the unit is located in a
well-ventilated area with an
ambient temperature between
41°F/5°C and 90°F/32°C.
2. Check water level. Remove ice
from ice basket.
3. Unit is damaged and requires
professional repair.
Specifications
Dimensions:
Max. output per day (24 hrs.): 2
Output time:
Water capacity:
Rated Power Input:
Rated Frequency: 6
Voltage:
11.7" x 14.2" x 13.3"
6.5 lbs.
7 - 10 minutes
3 quarts
110 W
0Hz
110-120V
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C & A Marketing
2 Bergen Turnpike
Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660
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Made in China
ivation is a trademark of
C&A IP Holdings, LLC
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