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Everything posted by falls

  1. I suspect the bigger problem would be removing the box from the drop bin. I have yet to see a machine that would allow such an item to be removable from the drop bin, even if you could open it (I think the anti theft doors would jam on the product). If you really want to vend things this size, look at locker style vending machines/slave units which will still only allow a single product per door.
  2. Probably easiest to just ring coin acceptors and ask them. I can't see anything in the destructions for the quantum for teaching a coin or token so the mech may have to be sent in for updating. Coin Acceptors, Inc. 3-435 Four Valley DriveConcord (Toronto), OntarioL4K 5X5 CanadaPhone: 905-738-5777
  3. Hi Welcome to Vendiscuss. Combo machines are part of full line vending, not bulk so this post is in the wrong forum. Combo machines *generally* = bad (search the forum, this has been discussed multiple times) Without a brand/model number it's not possible to answer your questions with much precision. 1. Not much, even for a good brand like AMS with faulty cooling. 2. Probably - best case <$110 to regas fridge unit, worst case >$400 for replacement fridge. 3. Sorry, someone else may know but not me.
  4. Yes and no. The Mars690 is a common mech here in Australia, but I have only seen it in it's MDB or MDB/Executive dual harness forms. I believe it is available in single price and 4 price variants as well. It should tell you what variant it is on the display when first powered up. Post a picture of the mech harness that actually plugs into the machine, and I might be able to tell you if it can be used for bill acceptor/cc reader connection. (I use exec/mdb dual harness mechs in several machines)
  5. I think that's crowriver.com when you don't use autoscrewup
  6. DISCLAIMER: I don't have one....that said Work through REFRIGERATION PROBLEMS, SENSIT II Probably the easiest test is to disconnect the relay at the control board (step 10). If the relay is still powered up you have a harness issue. If not then you need to check the output pins on the board for 24V. If you have 24v there check the temperature sensor using page 3 (I know it's checking the upper limit, but it will tell you if the sensor is faulty/misreporting.
  7. Try removing the grub screws from the lock, I'd expect the shaft to be removable. Anyhow probably segafredo maybe more your end of the world OutwestCoffee lasy chance try Vali on 0423500568 ex Saeco tech who's helped me a couple of times.
  8. Maybe try to contact forum member Taysha. If not read through some of her posts re healthy vending.
  9. I'm pretty sure that the machine doesn't think that there are 20p coins in the mech, so thinks it can't give change. Dump all the coins from the mech, then refill using the machines tube fill mode (or refill coin mech by buying product until the mech is full again). Don't just refill the tubes by hand.
  10. Assuming you are talking about the 5591 bottle drops: What size cans and what specific problems are you having with each? Do you have diving boards on either can selection? Do you have the full redbull kit or just the front shim installed?
  11. I agree with ORSD If no light check the cabling to the sensors from the main board to ensure they are still plugged in properly. In the short term turn off the sensors Action Display 1. Press Service Mode Button Motor Count or Error Code ** 2. Press 5 for Options Menu Options 3. Press 6 for Optical Vend Optical Vend 4. Press 3 to toggle for All Items Menu All Items (Current Setting) *-Exit 3-Edit 5. Press 3 to toggle between ON and OFF All Items (Choice Flashing) *-Exit #-Save 6. Press # to save the setting All Items (New Setting) *-Exit 3-Edit 7. Press * four times to exit 0.00 else try 1. Press Service Mode Button Motor Count or Error Code ** 2. Press 4 for Configuration Configuration 3. Press 0 for Advanced Config Password: Use keypad to enter password (default is 2314) 4. Press 2 for Optics Disables menu Optics Disables (Current Setting) *-Exit, no change 2-Edit 5. Press 2 to toggle ON/OFF Optics Disables (Choice Flashing) *-Exit, no change # to Save 6. Press # to save the setting Optics Disables (New Setting) *-Exit, no change 2-Edit 7. Press * three times to exit 0.00
  12. Coinmech flashing yellow how many times? From the video I'd guess at 4 flashes You could try cleaning the arm and base, if you're lucky its just gunk/dirt. Otherwise you will need to replace the dispenser module.
  13. Search ebay for antares edina But seriously you don't want to spend much money on the machine, it's just not worth it. just the cost of changing the prices can cost more than you paid for the machine.
  14. D&S have 13900003 , they also have 13900006 which I think is for 240v machines.
  15. I no longer have a Saeco machine, so running from memory and the manual I have: 1) Have you tried resetting the error log? 2) Check CN11 on the power card. There should be a pair of wires leading to the dump tray microswitch. If it's not there, jump the two pins together. If there chase the wires to the microswitch and make sure it's there and working.
  16. 3 people should be enough (depending on the additional weight of the cage). The first thing to do is use a tyre iron or similar to wedge under the top of the door to lift it slightly off the ground and simultaneously slide a piece of wood into the gap to provide a gap you can then grip from. You can repeat this with multiple pieces of timber until you get a decent space under the top of tha machine. You can then either lift it (one on each side, one lifting the top) or use the lift you linked to raise it. If manual lifting the hard part is getting it to about waist height, after that it gets progressively easier If you use the lift I recommend using a lifting strap and ratchet strap, rather than trying to use the forks (Tie the ratchet strap around the machine as tightly as possible about 2/3 of the way up the machine - use a lifting strap from the forks to lift the machine via the ratchet strap). Experience has proven to me if you try to lift the machine from underneath the machine will slip on both the forks and the floor. As for the machine, you might get lucky - I've got an AP Studio I dropped face down - The machine still works but the door hinge was bent back into the machine and required some metal beating to make useable. The door is still not right, and requires lifting a certain way to close, but it works and isn't a problem for the location it's in.
  17. For 24x$300 I can fly from Australia, rent the truck and transfer them, fly home, and still make more money doing that than my normal vending. Keep me in mind for future moves
  18. ICT just says check for foreign objects on sensor or bill path and clean.Based on the description 'purple sensor error' I'd guess at here being a UV LED that has failed, or is somehow masked. I only have V6 acceptors, so not the same.
  19. If you are talking about the company you linked,,, They don't seem to sell machines, but offer a coffee machine as a full service vending company. If you talk to them, find out what brand and model of machine they are offering for placement (will be based on expected number of sales/users), then do research on who supplies and services the specific machine. It appears you are in pommyland so could be a company like westomatic or logicvending. I'm not really across machine distributors there though.
  20. Very basic, but check bill validator connector cable, it is possible on some validators for the cable connector to engage at one end and not the other (mine happened when the cable was moved a little on door opening).
  21. Could be wrong as several Chinese companies use that VC or VCM nomenclature, but probably a 'Jiangsu Blue Sky Airport Support Co., Ltd.' product. A manual can be found here . If the error is "VMC 5" this is a health guard warning. Without having a machine to look at this should reset when you open and close the door, but you may need to try entering service mode or resetting the health guard limits (chapt 6.6.13) to reset it. If you aren't selling perishables from the machine, turn it off.
  22. Yes, or send the boxes back. You have no right to use the 'Pink Ribbon' boxes unless you are paying the royalty fee, as that is what (partly) pays the charity for the use of their name on the boxes. If you don't want charity boxes that support a charity buy the plain or wood-grain boxes. Don't pretend you are supporting the pink ribbon charity if you are not sending them any money.
  23. I think you got into the <test> mode which shows co 1, co 2 etc to test vend the selected column. Try looking at the manual section 3, It might take a while to wrap your head around 4 button programming, but try writing down the key uses before starting. I'm guessing you hit a wrong key along the way to PriC (I'd guess at enter [4] rather than next [2]when tESt was on the display) The machine will exit back to sales mode if: No response from the selection switches is received for approximately five minutes; The service mode button is pressed a second time; The Return to Sales mode is activated; or The door is actually closed. The code doesn't work in sales mode.
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