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If the refrigerator compressor runs and cools when you use the manual activation mode but does not run normally then the control board would be what I would suspect. If it has the manual activation then it is new enough to give error codes. If it is not running and not recognizing it's not running, something is wrong with the control. Unless you are seeing two dashes in the refr display. That would mean the refr section was disabled.
On your Sub-Zero 642 Your display will not work unless your refrigerator lights work. 1st. Make sure your light bulbs are good. 2nd. Check your refrigerator door light switch. 3rd. The subzero uses a thermal overload to kill your lights if the door is left open to long. http://www.on-timeappliance.com/subzero.html
Sub-Zero a hallowed name in refrigeration, and the 642 side-by-side refrigerator/freezer unit is a landmark Yeah, it's that impressive. Dual refrigeration uses two compressors and three evaporators, I can tell you to never expect less than $300 for calling anyone to your home!
maybe a re-gas will last another ten years...if the leak is that small a re-gas will probably last it days out....ask the service man to re-gas it so the food does not spoil until you can save up for replacement...then just see how it goes.
Call the factory at 800-222-7820 for the manual. It souns like you are missing one or two screws. Pull the ice tray out and lift it up about an inch and it should release. Take a look at the ice maker and there are two supports that both need to have screws on them. There is also a third underneath on some models. Insert the screws and you should be fine.