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Icemaker for sub zero 632 is not working, tray will not fill with water,there is no water in tray, It worked fine before hurrican, we emptied the frig and freezer and shut off the breaker for the hurr

We shut down the freezer and frig after cleaning it out for Hurrican Ike. After we got back into the house powered it up again and made sure ice tray was empty. Ice maker will not make ice, water will not fill in tray so I guess it is not getting a command to fill. I took it out and checked it and it looks fine. Anything else I can do to make it fill with water? John

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Check the water pressure ... if you have a filter in the line it may be restricting the pressure ... I had the same problem and a new filter fixed it

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