I will have to take a photo of my feeders as they work great and are almost indestructible.............although the bears knock them over, play with them like volleyballs and once in a while carry them off into the woods.
I use a piece of 12 inch pvc pipe about 3 foot long and about 3 inches from one end I drill a 2 inch or 3 inch hole with a hole saw. I dig enough ground out to place a sack of quickcrete in flush with the ground and take the paper off the top. Place the pvc pipe in the quickcrete with the hole closest to the ground and wet the quickcrete. let this set up and then fill with corn. I sometimes place a paper cup or piece of the corn bag over the hole so it does not all come flowing out at once but will trickle out when the animals start to consume the pile.
Other than having to replace the 5 gallon bucket every know and again the feeders are almost indestructible. last year I went to put feed in one and it was gone..nowhere in sight. I began making circles through the brush going out farther each time and low and behold the dang feeder was about 100 yds back in the woods from where it was set! The dang bear must have just picked the whole dang thing up (at least 100 lbs empty) and carried back in the woods. They are amazing creatures and trying to outsmart them is a fools errand with feeders.! I hope you can get your feeder running again as it looks expensive. you might want to consider the type I have suggested. Minimum costs and easy to haul the stuff in to do it at remote locations.