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Coin Mech Replenish


vender4321
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Hi all, 

I am usually pretty good at troubleshooting this kind of thing but I have a situation where my coin mech, mei cf7000, is empty every time i visit my AP studio 2d machine. The machine goes into exact change mode/credit card shuts down.   I have changed out the mech, I have forced vend on, .... I test vend it over and over and i get the right amount of change back when there is money in it.  The bill stack does not offset the change in the cassette.  It seem as though people are getting free $.  But I cant identify the cause.....any ideas?

 

Thanks

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Thanks a lot. I am definitely going to replace the EPROM asap.  I do find it odd that i don't have a lot of cc charges on that machine .  i am thinking that the device is emptying out a lot of coins at a time....not just the like amount of the purchase!

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43 minutes ago, vender4321 said:

great thanks.  does the old one remove simply by pulling out?  any special tool?    

There is an Eprom puller, but a small screw driver used gently can do the trick.

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12 hours ago, vender4321 said:

Hi I received my new eprom.   question does this piece just snap in and out?   anything need to be considered?  programmed?

Nothing besides turning the power of the machine. Use a small flat screwdriver between the eeprom and the socket and gently wiggle it too loosen it from both sides so it comes off easy without hurting the socket.

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5 hours ago, droopi said:

Nothing besides turning the power of the machine. Use a small flat screwdriver between the eeprom and the socket and gently wiggle it too loosen it from both sides so it comes off easy without hurting the socket.

That's how i have done it.

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