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Ice maker problem on a Jenn-Air JRSD224W

I have an twist tray jenn-air ice maker that I've replaced the tray resently and it I've noticed that the tray never fills up completly or the machine only make about six ice cube a cycle. We use a lot of ice and we constantly run out but if the tray would fill up as designed, we wouldn't have a problem. My question is, what can I do to increase the amount of water that goes into the tray at the filling cycle so that the tray fills to its proper level?

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Check your water pressure if it is low then you are not going to get a good fill. you can adjust the fill on many icemakers look for an adjustment screw on the motor head

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