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A couple critical questions regarding oak vista 300 and pmm


JLM Vending

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This has been burdensome and aggravating to say the least. 3 am still trying to figure our this enigma. I am putting together a vista 300 with pmm. I noticed that when I insert the wheel in, it barely has any room. I mean it actually does not fit properly but the gb wheel does fit. I believe that these are oaks, in which I purchased through a member from here.

Now out of 4 of my vista 300s ( they are atleast identical to the 300 s) 2 out of 4 permit a pmm wheel and 2 are just too tight. I can't even screw the bolts all the way down because the pmm wheel seems to be approximately a cm or so too big.

I also have came across another issue. My old pmm tumblers had numbers about 1-7 I believe, so they disperse 5 pmm. But my new pieces only have 1-3 and another tumbler u attach with a letter A. So the lowest one of my vistas would go would be 13 pieces and the other 10 pieces. But the worst problem is going back to the fact that the bolts can't be screwed down properly and I don't know I'd ghat has to do with the problem.

Incidentally I may just have to go with the 450s for now if the 300s cannot be figured out. Performa or anyone if u could give done insight that would be huge

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I had the same setup on one of my Eagles it was used for nuts. I used just a regular candy wheel and wide open it will vend 6 PMM. .6 of an oz which is .11 cents per vend now that my price has gone up to 18 cents an oz.

If you have the deep wheel you need a brush assembly to go with it. It is raised up slightly. I do know they will vend on my eagles though so I would try a regular candy wheel and see what happens.

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you have a deeper candy/nut wheel. Made for larger pieces of candy or nuts. One two of the eagles I have boughten recently had these kind of wheels Gray in color 3 settings A-B-C depending on how the to pieces of the candy wheel are put together. The other or shallow wheel has 3 little set screws and numbers to adjust the amount of candy that will fit into it. On the Gray wheels the brush housing is slightly Raised up to allow for the taller Candy wheel. My regular candy wheels I got from some of my other eagles are shallower. The brush assmbly is also not as tall either.

It could also be your just tightening the brush housing to tight back of the screws and see what happens.

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