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  1. ello! Can you please tell me where I can find a water slide? I just bought a few of these machines ($400 each.. is that a good deal?) and I noticed the water bottles are all getting stuck. I tried removing some so as to not have so much weight, don't now if that will work..?
  2. Yes it is Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  3. The little shiny metal thing in the pic is just a rod with a (name here) on it, if that makes sense Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  4. Haha I know the pic isn't the best. That is the push door that you see. There is a rod that holds it in place, on one end the rod has a little cap that keeps it in place and on the end​ in the pic, its just a little washer-like snap-on thingy. Makes it so the rod doesnt slide out, thus making the whole flap fall down and blocking product Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  5. Ah, thank you very much!
  6. I just want to make sure we are talking about the right screw, I'm talking about the one on the right - the one you can only see about 1/3 of. I can't fit a socket around that screw, its blocked by the bill acceptor. Are you guys saying there is a way to remove the gray plastic piece that's in front of it?
  7. Notice the screw to the right of the one on the left. This is one of the screws that holds the bill acceptor in place on a Wittern 3500. How do I remove this screw? It is in a very tight area. There is one that is even harder to get to on the other side of the bill acceptor... Do I need the world's smallest crescent wrench?? Thanks for all your help everyone! Sincerely, Noob Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  8. Hi, you'll notice a little metal endpiece on the left hand side, it hold the rod that holds the flap in place. On one of my other machines the little piece is mising. Does anyone know what this piece is called and where I can get one? Sent from my XT1254 using Tapatalk
  9. Thanks Golfdog. I had a can with me and tried that as well. I'm sure I'm just being a noob.
  10. Just finished all my accounts. And all I gotta say is the vending world issued me several "welcome to the big leagues" moments! Very exciting to collect some cash though after spending money nonstop for two weeks in preparation! I got lucky because my machines came stocked with change and about 60% full on average!
  11. Do you have any other troubleshooting tips?
  12. Thank you for your reply! I'm pretty sure I did do that, I have both ends of the bill and just double checked - both ends make a whole! I don't think there is any more bill left in the acceptor.
  13. Hi everyone! I am very green, but am a little stumped with a problem I ran into. I have a Wittern 3500 with a BP4SX bill acceptor on it. When I got there today I found a bill jammed in the acceptor, jammed so bad that it ripped in half when I removed it. The red light was on the whole time, no flashes. When I went to put in a test bill the machine took the bill just a little bit, I could feel it tugging on the bill in my hand, but would not take it in all the way (it just kept on tugging unto I pulled the bill out of it completely). Anyone have an idea what the problem is? I tried unplugging the machine and that didn't work.
  14. Thanks all for your posts. Very helpful. I have built a toolkit and will be heading out in my new-to-me 14' Chevy Box Truck tomorrow to service my accounts! I feel like as I'm as set up as I could possibly be before entering the field!
  15. Thanks again for all the posts. This has become a popular thread, and love reading all your posts! Keep em coming as they are helpful as heck! I needed to do something and quick to support the route I just bought. So here's what I did: I bought a 14' Box Chevy 3500 (260k miles...), built two 6 foot shelves with 3 tiers , and an Igloo "7-day" cooler from Costco. The shelves are strapped into the box so I can move them as needed. Considering I only have 10 accounts I consider this a good start! I'm sure I'll learn how to better configure my box as I go on! I'm real excited and will be going out tomorrow morning for my first day of servicing the machines!