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QuikVend

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About QuikVend

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    Ohio
  • Vending Type
    Bulk
  • Vending Since
    2015

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  1. I've been with them for 2 months so far. All positive so far. Really glad I was able to join them. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  2. Not sure if they do. I would imagine it might get pricey with a locksmith though Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  3. Might as well order from a place that specifically deals in locks. They can give you your own personal key code and you can always reorder that same code in the future.
  4. I have an apartment complex that does really well. It is specifically designed for the elderly and disabled though and the building needs a key to access the building. Account does about $90/week with very little chance of vandalism.
  5. Does it not have a lock? I'm fairly certain the code you're talking about is a security code to get into the programming, but you need access to the inside of the machine for that. Let us know the make of the machine(Royal Vendors, Vendo, Dixie Narco etc.). Should be a tag on the side that tells you. Or post a picture(or both) and we should be able to help.
  6. Oak is the only place, other than used or other websites that charge more, to get parts for the oaks. There are a few places for locks, the only one I can think of off the top of my head is LAI.
  7. Make sure the wheel opening is perfectly lined up with the chute opening. With the riser, it should only vend 1 gb.
  8. What part of Ohio are you in? I don't have an answer, but I'm a fellow Buckeye as well.
  9. Definitely do the soda as well. That will be the majority of your sales and profit. I would look in your area for some used machines first. Try to find some good looking machines. Just make sure they are fully functional and there aren't any pieces broken or missing when you place them. If there isn't anything that will work, look into professionally refurbished machines. They should work like new, but save you quite a bit on the price.
  10. Yea, I looked it up on their Web site. I read a bit about it and figured I didn't want it on there. The sensor is under the delivery chute. I'm going to look into it a bit more and call them tomorrow. Hopefully they can walk me through how to disconnect it. Looks like it was in the $120 range to replace.
  11. Think it might be something the local bottler uses. This was in a former pepsi asset and I think I saw a similar label in another 501e from pepsi
  12. I have a DN501E on location. Not cooling, didn't great compressor running so I swapped in a unit is knew worked (could have saved myself some trouble if I had just plugged the compressor in directly). Still no compressor. Everything else on the machine is working just fine. I narrowed it down to the energy management system that was installed. Looks like one of the connections melted. Anyone know how to remove this or if they still sell them?
  13. I know when I'm ordering parts, it's typically because I have a machine down or not working properly, so I need those parts yesterday. I also try to shop around to get the best price with shipping.
  14. Right, I've done that. I'm taking about something they don't carry in the store. Like 2" gumballs for example Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  15. Unfortunately, you're not the first and definitely won't be the last to fall for their predatory tactics. There are a few locators I've had success with. Where are you located?