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Hello, I recently had a 1987 Vendo Quick-Vend 407 donated to my shop. I believe it is multi price and we are trying to program the pricing. We cannot find any info about the board online, was hoping somebody here could help us out. 9A3FA56C-6E34-4D61-953E-2AA00DC21870.thumb.jpeg.b33a88855ff75e9f502a6b73197b4b16.jpeg

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I'm not familiar with this model, but looking at the manual it seems to be an old single price machine.  If so, the price is likely set thru the coin mech, not the board.  The upper part of the coin mech will unlatch and swing down (latches on top corners lift up) and reveal a row of small dip switches.  The switches, reading left to right, turn on or off to add up to your price.  The first switch is 5 cents, then .10, .20, .40, .80 (each switch is double the amount of the one prior).  For example if you wanted to set the price at .75, you would turn ON the first 4 switches, adding up to .75.  Hope this helps.

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It's a very old, multiprice model using the same board as the old USI 7/5 machine.  The only programming manual we have is hard copy and in the office. With everyone that can working remotely so it's not currently available to share.  By memory, you need to set the second switch in the down position and then flip the first switch.  Could be backwards.  Once you flip the service switch (which automatically flips back to its original position), you should be in set price mode.  Price each selection switch to change the price.  If you pass a price, release and repress to start scrolling the other way.  When in service mode, the last three toggle switches should be coin payout (5, 10, 25)

Again, this is by memory, I haven't worked on one of these boards in 5 or more years and it was ancient then.

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38 minutes ago, Vendo Mike said:

It's a very old, multiprice model using the same board as the old USI 7/5 machine.  The only programming manual we have is hard copy and in the office. With everyone that can working remotely so it's not currently available to share.  By memory, you need to set the second switch in the down position and then flip the first switch.  Could be backwards.  Once you flip the service switch (which automatically flips back to its original position), you should be in set price mode.  Price each selection switch to change the price.  If you pass a price, release and repress to start scrolling the other way.  When in service mode, the last three toggle switches should be coin payout (5, 10, 25)

Again, this is by memory, I haven't worked on one of these boards in 5 or more years and it was ancient then.

Thanks for your help. 

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