Brighton's i360 observation tower has closed for the third time on Sunday morning
Operators of the British Airways i360 said the 531ft (161m) attraction would remain shut on Monday after the closure on Sunday morning while technicians investigate a "temporary fault".
The latest closure comes less than a month after the last incident, during which a damaged data cable caused passengers to be stuck for more than an hour.
British Airways i360 operators said the attraction would remain shut on Monday
The tower broke down three times in five days in September after being plagued with a series of other faults.
On one occasion, a load imbalance caused 180 passengers to be stuck in the panoramic glass observation pod for more than two hours without access to adequate toilet facilities.
The closure comes less than a month after the last incident
A statement from British Airways i360 said: "We would like to offer our sincere apologies to our customers for the inconvenience caused.
We would like to offer our sincere apologies to our customers for the inconvenience caused
British Airways i360
"Tickets for flights today will be valid for three months."
Customers could also get a refund, the company said.
The tower also broke down three times in five days in September
The structure, which was designed by the same team behind the London Eye, holds the Guinness World Record for the globe's most slender tower with a diameter of 13ft (3.9m) at its widest point.
Reaching a total height of 531ft (161m), visitors ascend 450ft (137m) in a 360-degree glass observation vessel for views of the surrounding Sussex coastline.