The refrigerator will do just fine, as others have said. However, you will need to run RV antifreeze into the Ice making system. The easiest way is to do this the same way that I do my dometic fridge, with possibly one slight change.
On the dometic, the ice maker water solenoid is readily accessible from the side of the coach. I took an old extension cord, cut the receptacle end off, and added to push on terminal ends. When I am pumping RV antifreeze in to the lines, I remove the regular terminations from the solenoid, connect the power cord terminations and plug in the cord. This immediately opens the solenoid, letting the antifreeze flow into the system. Be sure to put the ice bucket under the icemaker, as it will overflow with antifreeze. When its clearly pink, stop. You can't just pour antifreeze into the ice tray, because the lines also need the antifreeze
You will need to do the same thing. However, it may be easier to make permanent connections and add a switch to do the same thing. If you have a water dispenser, you may need to activate several solenoids at the same time. This may take a little looking around to figure out. In the spring, do the same thing with water to flush the lines. It usually takes a couple of trays of ice to clear out all the antifreeze.
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