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bought a Royal Vendor G3, went into menu to see errors, one of the errors was the home sensor, so I changed it, figured it would solve the problem. when I have the door open without pressing the mode button, I can put in $1 and it will vend, when i go into service mode, I can test all motors and they all work. the chain seems to be going to the same position every time, but the error still shows home sensor, calling royal, they cant tell nothing, even with the issues. when I close the door, it goes back to normal mode, I put in $1 on each line and some lines will vend, or will vend from a different line than what its set to, and the rest will say sold out, but more interesting, button 8 and 9 will show 4 dashes - - - - instead of sold out, my issue is, how does the machine know if there's anything in the line if the only sensor there is the drop sensor, how can it say sold out, all lines are full with cans, 2 deep, there are 12 lines. my guess is that it cannot be the home sensor because the chain goes back to its original position, what could be wrong with it?
I have a CB-500 that is doing some odd stuff. The problem seems to only be with one selection so far but it doesn't make much sense to me. This is with the older CB-500 board and not the new ones. When you put your money in and make your selection, and it seems to only be selection "L", the motor turns for a fraction of a second and your change is given (if it is owed) but no product is received. The LED that is supposed to be on (at least from what the manual shows) is not on at all. I am not even sure if the drop sensor is on. I have concluded that it is one of two problems... 1) the drop sensor is not functioning properly for some reason. I don't think this is the problem because the other selections seem to work fine. 2) the motor for that selection is faulty. This only seems possibly if the drop sensor is disabled. 3) the board is bad and seems to get a signal telling it that the drop sensor went off or, if the sensor is disabled, the board isn't allowing for the motor to turn all the way. My money is on the board having a problem communicating with the sensor but I don't know if the sensor could cause this or the board might be doing it on its own. The machine is probably 10~ years old and probably grosses $600/year. It is just an auxiliary machine next to a Bevmax 2/3. There is currently an out of order sign on it. I just need some opinions on what might be going on here.
Hi, I am new to the vending world and was told my DN 5591 did not have any type of guaranteed vend. I will not be back to see that machine for a while, and after reading the manual see it does in fact have a drop sensor. Is this standard equipment on all machines? I am hoping I have it...