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Wondering if anyone has put a Crane Cora device on an AP113 with Revision Door from VE? I put two on and each ran into an issue where the screen on the vending machine was reading an amount of $2.00 and getting hung up after someone put a $1.00 bill in. This was an intermittent issue.. 

I am working with Crane and VE on this, just curious if anyone else has run into this?

 

Thanks! 

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Wouldn't be surprised. Bleeding edge technology that's untested. That's the problem with using the newest stuff Crane releases.

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I have noticed the 'VE boards don't seem to play well with multi tube mechs.

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Interesting- thank you!

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Which Mechs Corvus? THere was an issue 6 or so years ago but that was long cleared up

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I have noticed the 'VE boards don't seem to play well with multi tube mechs.

Conlux CCM5G, Mars CF-7000, Mars VN4510

The Revision door is about 2 years old, and I converted 2 older Royal Merlin soda machines about a year ago. All have had problems. I ended up using some 9302GXs, and maybe a TRC-6512.

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Corvus we don't make doors for Royal or UCB Kits for them

 

Since the bulk of our Kits and doors leave with the very mechs you say don't play well, I 'm curious what the symptoms are?

Love to pass along any issues you may be having

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I have ve boards on several AP 7600's.  One board is over 5 years old and the others were ordered within the last 2 years.  Most have CF7512s in them and no problems.  I have problems with the vn4510 though, but those problems go wherever the mechs go.

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I agree, the 4510 may be one of the worst coin mechs ever designed

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