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droopi last won the day on April 12 2018

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  1. MDB is the standard in EU also, executive/CCtalk are also used by some small machine builders, but all the major brands use MDB. The machine itselfs is not MDB capable unless you swap out all the wiring and install a BB01 mainboard with a new eprom with V5.18 or later eprom (will not work with the standard 4-45). You can however install a cashless system throug the 690 coinmech, that requieres adding a cable to the coinmech wich allows the coinmech itself to work as the "MDB hub". Contact your national distrubitur for MEI and they can probably give you a price.
  2. Crane have their EU warehouse/shipping centre in Germany and you can reach them at sales@cranems.de If you have your winter vacation coming up and are going to Norway you can swing by me and buy a refurbished cheap deck though😉
  3. You should post in the Food & Beverage section. Be prepered though, looks like you are walking into a minefield since you obviously not have found the search button regarding healthy vending and locations.
  4. That brand are not a big brand in europe either, I've heard of it but never seen one in shows neither in Spain or Italy - so I guess your money is best placed with contacting the company directly.
  5. The idea of the MoMa app is good, too bad that Nayax seemed to decide to use a app developer who never cared for making apps. Poor interface, incredably slow communication and lack of features that easily could be built in. When they actually start to care about MoMa I'm going to be pretty happy and deploy it to my drivers.
  6. I use the Management Suite/VMS from Nayax on a fairly big number of machines, what questions do you have about it? I've never used anything else, so I can't compare with anything. But as a complete VMS it is pretty straight forward to use, and produces all the reports that you will ever need if you use the BI-suite. Inventory, route cards, alerts, etc - it's all there.
  7. I use the Management Suite/VMS from Nayax on a fairly big number of machines, what questions do you have about it? I've never used anything else, so I can't compare with anything. But as a complete VMS it is pretty straight forward to use, and produces all the reports that you will ever need if you use the BI-suite. Inventory, route cards, alerts, etc - it's all there.
  8. I got a servicecall from a female at a callcenter today, seemed like a typical coinjam, but when I got to the location and opened the mech the jam was caused by this little folded note. The notes translates "I love you, can we be together?" Nice start for the weekend
  9. Nothing besides turning the power of the machine. Use a small flat screwdriver between the eeprom and the socket and gently wiggle it too loosen it from both sides so it comes off easy without hurting the socket.
  10. PM me your email and I can send it too you.
  11. I'm happy I could help, just keep me in mind when you throw a big party at your ranch;-)
  12. Well, none the less the programming is the same as for the rest of the Vendo's with the BB01 board. Send me a PM with your email and I can send you a copy of the programming manual, I can also send you contact information for a rep at the tech-office in Germany. I'm pretty sure though that if the machine was in fully operating state before you took it apart, it's a quick fix. Possably some errors that needs to be deleted, wire's that are damaged from rough handling, door switch that's faulty etc.
  13. It probably has a tag on the back of the machine, in the middle or to the top left corner. Does this tag say V75, or does it maybe say Vendo 100? My google searches for that machine comes up with a Vendo 100-5 lookalike machine that coke used for some campaign many years ago. From the pictures coming up from my search my best guess is that the machine is a 100-5 on a tabletop. If so the manuals are the same for the 100-X, 187-X and 217-X series. If you attach some pictures of the machine it's easier to identify it. Or just contact sandenvendo at http://sandenvendo.it
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