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  1. Okay everyone, I'm new here, and looking for help. I picked up a second hand Toy Soldier 46 Jumbo Plush Crane. It has a DBA installed and it works, but for more practical application I would like to install a coin mech as well. Does anyone know what type I can Plug and play in this machine? I believe it has special hookups for the harness, not just spade connectors. Any help would be awesome! I can post pics of my wiring if needed, and the door, but everything appears to be stock.
  2. From the album: Misc. Bin

    The old-school coin mechanism from my antique USI 2038 rig.
  3. I have a Dixie Narco 501e and every time somebody puts in coins and if they ever change their mind by pressing the coin release. From then on, the coin mech doesn't want to accept coins anymore. What I've done to fix it (temporarily) is by opening the door and then closing it which seems to "reset" the coin mech. However, if someone uses the coin release again, then the issue repeats itself. This isn't too big of a deal since I check the machine 1-3 times a day but it is starting to get annoying. Is there a good easy way to fix this? Thanks in advance
  4. Established in 1963 as Machine-O-Matic, Beaver began as an aluminum and zinc casting manufacturer, producing replacement parts for bulk venders. Once established, the company quickly expanded, casting a variety of components for a wide range of customers. Today, Beaver Machine Corporation designs, fabricates and sells a wide variety of innovative mechanical bulk vending and flat line vending machines, while still maintaining our casting business. BMC's mechanical rotary coin mechanisms are known as the best in the industry and are offered in over 100 countries around the world. They are designed to measure the diameter and thickness of each coin, while rejecting slugs and foreign currency of similar size. The NG coin mechanism is used not only in Beaver’s own equipment, but is also presently sold to other equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of several types of vending equipment, worldwide. Beaver Machine Corporation continues to believe in constant improvement. We invest much of our time and energy on research and development for the creation of new products, as well as the maintenance of established lines. Today, with the help of Computer Assisted Design, or CAD models, we continue to research and refine our products to make them work for you. For more information about our products, please visit www.beavervending.com, or feel free to contact us here on The VENDiscuss Forum with any questions or suggestions. We look forward to hearing from you!
  5. Hi im new to this forum the same way I am new to the vending business I am from Australia and I recently purchased 3 located Emperor Deluxe Vending Machines which dispense m&m's and Skittles. One in particular is placed in a Sports Stadium and gathers over $70 worth of 20cent pieces per month !! What I want to do is change one side to take $1 coins to dispense a lot while the other stays at 20cents. The thing is I am unsure where I can purchase the $1 coin mechanism from? If anybody has any information please let me know.
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