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  1. To vend 1080 count gum out of an oak you have to have either the rocket wheel or the inserts. No exceptions. There is no baffle that solves the problem. Misvends equal service calls which equal unhappy customers, which with enough complaints equals unhappy management. I wouldn't accept misvends as part of a solution. Not sure about shooting hoops or 1-800's, but spirals require 850 count gum. If your interested, I have spare inserts I can sell you. Message me if you want.
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  2. THAT'S where all the Yoo-Hoo has gone!
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  3. The truth is that you gave an absolutely terrible analogy.
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  4. Keep your equipment clean and operational. People are leary of purchasing food or drinks from a machine that is dirty or looks "beat up from the feet up".
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  5. Yes... make sure the door flap closes completely. I've seen people incorrectly install the motor cover leaving it sticking out too far. When the insulator door is closed it creates a crease on the insulator door that effects the flap door hinge and keeps the flap from moving smoothly and closing on it's own.
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  6. Icing generally means that you have either warm/moist air getting into the cold cabinet or low freon. I would start by making sure your door seal is still working well and that nothing is impeding that. An example would be a dbv or dex harness getting caught in the seal will allow hot/moist outside air into the cabinet which will then turn to ice. If your seal has rips or tears, it may need to be replaced. You can get those through a local distributor or direct from the factory. If the door looks ok, I would look for any other area where air can get in such as the puddy filling t
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  7. A thin coating of frost is normal if the unit was running when you opened it. If there is more than that then look for air leaks, was the door closed tightly? Is the inner door flap closing properly?
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  8. It's been a while since I was in a bevmax but they still have glass, single use fuses right or have they moved to breakers? If you "pushed the 3 fuses and everything came back on..." , you need to take a closer look at those fuse holders (they are generally screwed or twist-locked into place. Like AZ said, a blown fuse does come back so if pushing them makes power reset, they either aren't secured or the holder itself is worn out only passing power intermittently.
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  9. Old USI or Wittern (same company) can machine. Serpentine racks so can only. This cabinet was used for USI combos, but with a door that did not have the coin and bill stuff, or selection buttons. Not MDB.
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