it should just pull out like any other fridge. what are you trying to do?
It depends upon the model. Top and bottom, side by side, water and ice through the door, etc. However, most of the ice makers are removed in a similar fashion. Let's be clear about what you want to do. You asked the question, how do I remove the ice maker from an LG frdge? To remove the ice maker you must remove one or two hold down screws and then lift on the icemaker and it should come loose. Caution should be used here as the water to the ice maker and the electrical connections need to be disconnected. The water is usually a tube running from the back of the freezer section to the ice maker, the tube may need to be moved to gain access, you do not want to damage the parts. The electrical connection will be a plug in connector with 5 or 6 connectors, do not let the ice maker fall or hang by the wires as this may damage the connectors. Unplug the refrigerator while working on it.
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