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Palm springs ice maker model js-zbj-10. Can I leave this on all the time? Will the 'new' taste ever go off the ice cubes? Thanks.

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SOURCE: user manual for Palm Springs


I will advice you check to search for the manual of your device as requested.

Take care.

Posted on Aug 25, 2010


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