I had a similar problem. Aside from buying new hinges, try "Gorilla Glue". It works great. Gust be sure to clamp the parts together and let sit overnight. I did this with mine and it has been working for almost two years.
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ok i have the solution to the dispensing problems on the maytag skybox vending machine ... u need to open the main door and unplug the main harness , next remove the door from the hinges and place upside down somewere were it is good to work on ,next remove the 2 screws that cover the flapper sensor , next remove the seal around the door,behing the seal you will see a series of screws, remove all of them a regular phillips screwdriver is fine, next remove the back cover from the door, there you will need to unplug the flapper sensor from the main board just follow the cable and youll find the plug, once you have unplugged the plug continue by removing the complete sensor and wire, next you will see 3 wires one of the wires has xxxxxxx all over the wire this wire you will NOT touch as it can short out your unit now the other 2 wires you need to separate and cut once you have cut the 2 wires strip the ends and unite both ends together tape up and tuck away once you have done this put the door back together and mount on the unit and continue vending hope this helps .....
I had the same problem. The hinge pin on the dispensing door was rusted and this kept the door from closing completly. The door sensor magnet was not making contact with the door sensor and this caused the error. I removed the pin, sanded it down and it before reinstalling. It works fine now.
There is a known problem with the HV control board on your model Maytag Ice2O French Door refrigerator. The cost of the repair is covered by Maytag. You must call your local Maytag shop to schedule a repair and also you, the owner, must call Maytag directly to have the HV Control Board shipped to you at no cost. When you receive the part, call your local Maytag shop to tell them that you have part on hand.
To stop the door cycling open and closed, reomve the hinge cover on the top left of the refrigerator. You should see the wiring and the wiring connector. Gently but firmly disconnect the connector and the LED display and the dispenser door should turn off. Of course, once the defective control board is replaced, the technicain should reconnect the wiring and check for proper operation.
check the door where the cans come out. there is a sensor or the left side. if it is too far away from the door or if it's broken, it will do exactly what you said. i read somewhere that you can adjust the sensor closer to the door. i just bought one of the last one of these on the shelves 2 days ago and mine won't cool at all. stupid maytag..