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allen watson last won the day on December 12 2016

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    California
  • Vending Type
    Full Line
  • Vending Since
    2005

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  1. No not off hand. I have to refer to schematic on the inside of the door.
  2. Those bottles are too soft to vend. It’s hit and miss. It seems that when they get cold, the plastic gets even softer. You may have to go to a 20oz bottle and even those jam from time to time. I’ve had limited success with the 16.9’s by adding an extra layer of cardboard to the side spacer but even then I get jams.
  3. I guess nobody knows 🤷‍♂️ I was also hoping for an answer.
  4. Mine are good and do better than average. They all have been broke into at some time or another. Use good locks and add an Abloy puck lock to the side. Same goes for hotels.
  5. I also use US Foods for all my LSS chips, grandma’s cookies and Gatorade in the can (11.5 oz) for school vending.
  6. This is the one https://www.dsvendinginc.com/p-1047-d112519009-marsmei-validator-harness-ap-113-series-for-vnvfm-110-volt.aspx
  7. I have 3 and need a couple shelves. Where are you located?
  8. Is the GO-127 mdb? I have 7 GO-380’s that are not. I would never pay anything for another one. I’ve had mine for 13 long troublesome years. They were my first machines and I was clueless. There is no location worthy of a Chinese Combo.
  9. Same here. I’m at a much higher altitude than where the chips are packed. This causes the bags to be puffed up and they will only fit in a 10 count spiral. When filling the machine I hold the bag by the top, turn it upside down to get most of the chips to the top and quickly slide it into the spiral. Still get occasional jams no matter what.
  10. That’s a lot to ask for with so few people. It’s going to take a couple of years to recoup your investment.
  11. It’s $7.95 a month for the credit card reader and $4 with just the telemeter for sending sales only. Some older machines won’t send cash sales so be sure your particular machine is capable of that. For instance, my Vendo 601 will only send card sales so it would be pointless to put a telemeter only on it as nothing would be sent.
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