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Rake stuck in my natures miracal automatic litter box

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SOURCE: littermaid plus will not rake

Does it rake halfway and then go back and try again? I have had that same problem and have found it's because of too much litter ni the box. The random time I have noticed. As long as it's raking, I'm happy.

Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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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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Does it rake halfway and then go back and try again? I have had that same problem and have found it's because of too much litter ni the box. The random time I have noticed. As long as it's raking, I'm happy.

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