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Skybox Do you have a solution to your skybox not dispensing properly?

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Ours did the same, door flap sensor got wet from condisation and fried it. If you find parts let me know, it's happened again.

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Looks like I found the answer to the problem of Skybox not dispensing. I replaced the sensor in the dispensing door and my Skybox now works great!
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