I got rid of the icemaker as well. Other than that, not sure what the issues are that you guys are having, or ideas on how to improve them for you? Never had any problems with functionality of the burners or anything. Wish there was a sink instead of the small wash tub though. Everything is accessible, and usable (went to an RV show recently and many of the outdoor kitchens had the stove top (or griddle, depending on model) at face level (I'm 5'10" and I would be a little gun shy to cook burgers with hot splashing grease..., not sure who the heck they design these for, but the wife is only 5' so she certainly isnt using it).
Not sure how everyone elses was set up, our fridge was on the right (as you look at the outdoor kitchen), and the icemaker on the left. I moved the fridge to the left, and store all of my blackstone accessories in a tool bag (like a soft tool box) that fits just right next to the fridge. My wash basin is on the left (in front of the fridge) and the burners are on the right (away from the front of the fridge) allowing me to open the fridge while using the stove.
I purchased a splitter for the propane, one goes to my blackstone and one goes to the stove burners (admittedly I only use the burners a few times a year) because the majority of the cooking is done with the blackstone
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