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About ClarkMI

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  1. I see nothing wrong with this.
  2. In the units I am familiar with (Oak), the candy wheel adjuster is a metal plate that sits on the candy wheel. You can bend the vertical fins of the adjuster to make the chamber larger or smaller. It's inexact when done by hand, but can make a 2-PMM difference in payout.
  3. I enjoy the fact that a partially-built, never-finished system is owned by an organization named SORTA.
  4. He could put them in the change tray. How much moisture do they absorb? Do they recharge when humidity goes low, or do they expire when full?
  5. When the minerals in the new water supply have coated the lead pipes enough to render the lead inert and prevent further leaching. Years and years from now.
  6. Because it's dishonest. You even blatantly suggest lying. Vending is a noble profession. It ought to stay that way.
  7. That is a handsome setup! Did you build or purchase?
  8. It's two sheets of posterboard with foam between them. Next to the posterboard at Dollar Tree.
  9. I think mine took a week. You should call to check on it.
  10. No sales tax applies to candy and gum, have not researched toys and drink/snack.
  11. You'll need a sales tax license, even though you don't collect sales tax on bulk.
  12. Cool!