Received HTTP error code 400 while fetching source feed. - Just Started 2 weeks ago; preventing iTunes podcast from updating

Good day.
When trying to update my feed http://feeds.feedburner.com/SpiritLedSpiritFed, I received an HTTP error code 400 while fetching source feed message. Nothing has changed on my end as I've been using Dropbox for the feed and the files since last year and was able to successfully update the feed up to two weeks ago.
I did run through all the tools on the Feedburner page (validator, podmedic, feedmedic) received a clean bill of health on the feed and I've looked at both Feeburner's site as well as Dropbox's support page to see if anything could have changed (requiring https or some other format for the feed), but no luck so far.
The strange thing is that on the feed itself, it's listed as http://dl.dropbox.com/s/xxxxxxxxxx/xxxxxxxx.xml.  However, when I tried to 'RESYNC' it, the 400 error was displayed and it's listed as https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/xxxxxxxxxx.xml which is says it cannot reach.
Any suggestions would help as I've not been able to update my iTunes podcast for two weeks now.
Thanks

The URL you give redirects to https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/466rh3k2kw7f6jr/SpiritLedSpiritFed.xml
This appears to be a viable feed. However it contains this tag:
<itunes:new-feed-url>https://www.dropbox.com/s/466rh3k2kw7f6jr/SpiritLedSpiritFed.xml</itunes:new-feed-url>
That will redirect iTunes (though nothing else) to the enclosed URL, and that is a web page containing a display of the feed and a download button, which is no use to iTunes. Consequently on attempting to subscribe in iTunes with any of these URLs the feed comes up empty. You need to get rid of these redirects and provide a direct link to the feed file; and you should not use https (encrypted connection) but http. Also, Dropbox isn't a good place to host your files, but if you really must use it you have to serve as a direct access in the same way as a web page, not as sharing. You have your media files on Dropbox as well, and the URL redirects to an https version, though it does play in a browser. This itself may cause problems; and if your podcast gets popular you will run into problems as Dropbox isn't really geared to do this sort of thing.

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    https://websmp103.sap-ag.de/~sapdownload/011000358700002757652005E/HowtoMintorAF.pdf
    Just refresh the cache-The following guide will help you on that~
    https://websmp101.sap-ag.de/~sapidb/011000358700003163902004E/HowTo_handle_XI_30_Caches.pdf
    Refer these SAP notes- 807000,803145
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    Regards,
    Moorthy

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