sterling Posted January 7, 2009 Share Posted January 7, 2009 I was at a customers place this morning doing some lighting retrofits. They had two machines turned around with taped notes on them. Do not eat this candy it is bad. Please remove machines. The Vendstar had no numbers or stickers on it and the gumball machine had a number but she said it was disconnected, and no one had come in a year. She was going to throw them in the trash. I asked if I could see if any of my keys work. The vendstar lid opened but not the back. She said please take the gumball machine. I took it to my car and pulled several key rings out. The first key I tried worked!:shock: I collected the $7.25 in the machine and threw my new free machine in the truck. I don't think I would have done it a year ago, but after a year of seeing abandoned machines and owners telling me they throw them in the trash I thought, ok if I can use a machine apparently isn't wanted, I'll take it. I did call the number to see if it really was disconnected, it was. Anyone else have experienced this or taken machines. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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