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LitterMaid Ultimate edition (LME9000MB) blinking light on letter box. Unable to trouble shoot meaning. Manual has not helped.

Light is blinking continuously. I cleaned the tracks and rack and removed all litter. I have turned off the power and even unplugged the cord from the wall. The light keeps blinking when the power gets connected again. Manual is not helpful.

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SOURCE: xNon functioning littermaid LM980 mega

Common problem with Littermaid boxes. Try a better brand of clumping litter. Try using a little less litter. And you can help the rake lift up by slowly pushing on it with something, giving it more strength. I had this problem and found that if I "helped" the rake return to its normal position, it would work most of the time, and then need "help" every once in awhile. I actually gave up on littermaid type boxes...they just don't work very well.

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