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HOW DO I RESET A LITTERMAID LITTER BOX?

The litter box quit working. I have heard that there is a way to manually reset it. Has something to do with some sort of box or switch?

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I HAVE A LITTER MAID AUTOMATIC LITTER BOX AND THE FRONT CENCER QUIT WORKING I HAD TO BY HAND WITH MACHINE ON PULL IT BACK INTO POSITION IT TOOK A WHILE BUT GOT IT TO GO BACK THEN LEFT IT THERE & NOW SCOOPING OUT LITTER BY HAND UNTIL I CAN FIND ANOTHER CENCER. I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY TYPE OF RESET BUTTON ON IT. YOUR CENCERS BOTH FRONT & BACK MAY BE DIRTY TRY CLEANING THEM GENTLY WITH A Q TIP & RUBBING ALCOHOL.

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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.

Posted on Nov 27, 2012

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I bought the multiple cat litter box$169 to be exact. I only have one cat but this box has never worked It is the worst I`ve ever had


Return it.

Save money and buy one of those large dome litter boxes. Cut some carpet strips and lay them on the steps where they come out to catch the litter.

Or is it because you don't like to clean the box and have the box do it for you? Sorry can't help you there but return and buy another one / exchange it

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How do i down load the manual for a litter maid self cleaning litter box? kat at acollins3@aol.com


Here are the websites for part and manual. Spare Parts http://www.useandcaremanuals.com/pdf/lm500-lm950138.pdf

Depending what operating system typically you can hover your mouse in the lower right of the document and you will see the print save etc option.

Dec 08, 2014 | Cats

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What litter box cover works for breeze


I MADE MY OWN OUT OF A CARDBOARD BOX FOR MY LITTER MAID SELF CLEANING LITTER BOX AND IT WORKS GREAT. KAT AT ACOLLINS3@AOL.COM

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Cat Health Problems


Male or female cat--you did not say. If cat is male check his litter box if leavings are normal and solid then perhaps his 'tail glands' are leaking and will need to be manually expressed. If female same check of the box if OK then we might suspect a case of pyometra. Check the wet spots, do they have an 'off' odor or something like a rotting smell? If so go to veterinarian IMMEDIATELY this is a life threatening condition as it is an infection of the womb

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Litterbox is not working


Usually when this happens it is because there is something obstructing the rake making it impossible for the rake to go back to its original position. If there is nothing in the way, no clumps or bunched up litter, then the rake is not functioning the way it should. Sometimes gently pushing the rake back into its normal position can work. I had a LitterMaid that had this problem and every now and again I would have to "help" the rake with a push. If this doesn't work, then you have a defective litterbox that won't work not matter what... return it for another unit. Good Luck.

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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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Is it possible for my cat to be allergic to their litter?


Both cats and humans have the potential to be allergic to cat litter. If you think your cat is allergic to the litter the first thing you should do is change the type of litter you are using. You should try a non-clay based litter that does not create silica dust. You may also want to purchase a new litter box; perhaps something made of metal or ceramic.

Aug 14, 2012 | Cats

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Is it better to get a covered or uncovered litter box for my cat?


I prefer uncovered litter boxes. Some cats may become claustrophobic in a covered litter box, giving them a sense of being trapped. Although covered litter boxes may seem like an appealing method of reducing odors throughout your home, consider how your cat will feel. A cats sense of smell is much stronger and more sensitive than ours. Lastly, covered litter boxes can trap a lot of dust. This may seem advantageous; however it is quite the opposite. The dust can be very difficult on your cats lungs and become very unhealthy.

Aug 14, 2012 | Cats

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I heard from a friend that it is not safe to handle cat litter when pregnant. Is this true?


This statement is partially true. Pregnant women can safely handle unused cat litter; however used cat litter should be avoided. Cat ***** has been known to transmit a disease known as toxoplasmosis; which can seriously harm an unborn baby.

Aug 14, 2012 | Cats

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My cat has suddenly stopped using his litter box. Why would this be? How can I get him to return to the litter box?


Is there any chance you have recently switched brands of litter? Cats can be extremely particular when it comes to what kind of litter you put in their litter box. If you find one that works, you should stick with it. No need to fix something that isn't broken.

Aug 14, 2012 | Cats

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