snack dude Posted July 17, 2014 Share Posted July 17, 2014 I would not be asking this if I did not know this guy for the last 15 years, So you can save the comments about pepsi owning the machine and so on because we already know that, Now on to the question. Where my friend works has a pepsi royal glassfront machine that has been sitting in a storage room for over a year. It originally quit working and they call pepsi repair who never showed up after two months of calling, They then called and told pepsi to come get the machine because they got a new vendor and they did not want the machine anymore. After about a month of calling they rolled into a storage room (Its on wheels). After numerous phone calls and a year later my friend calls me and says if you come get it you can have it, My boss wants it out of here and told pepsi they we are going to set it by the dumpster next week. So I am thinking that I can go get it, call pepsi tell them I have it and go from there, ( they obviously dont want it), Problem is it has a eletronic lock and I think after looking at it thatthe power supply or board or something in the machine is fried, because I have tested the voltage all the way into the machine from the back and I have 115 to the compressor and all the way until the cord disappears up into the machine, Is there a way to drill out the electronic lock without damaging the door? There is a little eye that you would press the button of the remote next to and the door would open, But I am thinking that is not where the actual lock is. Any technical help is appreciated, Sorry for the long explanation just wanted you to know everything I know Snack Dude Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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