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AUTOMATIC PRODUCTS international , ltd . OPERATING SYSTEM PARTS MANUAL SERVICE MANUAL MODEL 121 - 122 / 121A - 122A / 121B - 122B / 121C - 122C / D GLASSFRONT MERCHANDISER PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE MANUAL FROM MACHINE 75 WEST PLATO BOULEVARD • ST . PAUL , MINNESOTA 55107 - 2095 APi 122 V5.0
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general index Table of Contents Sections 1 & 2 Unpacking , Installation , Components Section 3 Quick Set Up Guide Table of Contents Section 4 Advanced Set Up and Operations Guide Section 5 Parts Section 6 Trouble Shooting
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table of contents WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii STANDARD FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv CAPACITIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v UNPACKING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.01 CLEANING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.01 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.02 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.07 COMPONENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Lighting System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Main Product Shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Delivery Bin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Chilled Air Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Dex / UCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Printer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Multi - Drop Bus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Coin Mechs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Bill Validators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Debit Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Vend Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.03 Cabinet and Shelf Harnesses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.03 Selection System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.03 MasterMenu Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.04 Logic Center Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.05 Food Driver Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.05 The Front Panel Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.05 The Chime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.05 To achieve the most trouble - free operation from your APi 120 Series Merchandiser , it is recommended that this service manual be thoroughly read and the instructions followed pertaining to installation , servicing and maintaining of the unit . Should you have questions pertaining to this manual or the vendor , please contact your APi distributor or write directly to : Technical Service Dept . Automatic Products int . ltd . 75 West Plato Blvd . St . Paul , MN . 55107 USA 651 - 224 - 4391 651 - 224 - 5559 ( fax ) 1998 Automatic Products international , ltd ©
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EXPRESS WARRANTY Automatic Products international ltd . ( APi ) expressly warrants these automatic merchandisers ( the “ Unit ” ) , manufactured by it , to be free under normal use and service from defects in material or workmanship for a period of two ( 2 ) years from the date of delivery of this Unit to the original purchaser . This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the Unit . The exclusive remedy for this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement , at APi’s sole option , of any part or parts of the Unit that are returned to APi or to the authorized dealer or distributor of APi from whom the unit was purchased with all transportation charges prepaid , and which , on APi’s examination , shall , conclusively appear to have been defective.This warranty does not : a . extend to any Unit , or part thereof , that was subjected to misuse , neglect , or accident by other than APi after its delivery to the original purchaser ; b . extend to any Unit , or part thereof , that was modified , altered , incorrectly wired or improperly installed by anyone other than APi or used in violation of the instructions provided by APi ; c . extend to a Unit which has been repaired or altered by anyone other than APi or authorized dealer / distributor ; d . extend to a Unit which has had the serial number removed , defaced or otherwise altered ; e . extend to plastic or glass windows , lamps , fluorescent tubes and water contact parts ; f . extend to any unit used outdoors ; g . extend to accessories used with the Unit that were manufactured by some person or entity other than APi . APi DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND AS TO THE UNIT AND ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND AS TO ANY ACCESSORIES . THIS DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES INCLUDES ANY EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE LIMITED WARRANTY PROVIDED ABOVE AS TO THE UNIT AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS TO THE UNIT AND ANY ACCESSORIES . UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL APi BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL , CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES , LOSSES OR EXPENSES ARISING FROM OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF , OR THE INABILITY TO USE , THE GOODS FOR ANY PURPOSE WHATSOEVER . No representative of APi or any other person is authorized to assume for APi , or agree to on behalf of APi , any other liability or warranty in connection with the sale of this unit . APi reserves the right to make any changes or improvements in its products without notice and without obligation , and without being required to make corresponding changes or improvements in Unit theretofore manufactured or sold . 75 West Plato Boulevard St . Paul , MN 55107 i
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introduction The APi 120 series features the MasterVend ™ Control System and MasterMenu ™ operating system which provide a user friendly menu to setup and configure the machine . The simple operation and built in flexibility of this system allows each user to customize the menu system to their preference . The system can be configured to display service and operational mode messages in any of six different languages and support up to 80 selections . Robust testing capability as well as extensive diagnostics and error reporting facilities are built in to provide ease of maintenance . HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ This manual is divided into four basic parts : ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ WATCH THROUGHOUT THE MANUAL FOR THIS 1 . Unpacking and installation . ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ SPECIAL ◆ DIAMOND MARK . THIS INDICATES A 2 . Components . POINT OF SPECIAL INFORMATION OR A HINT 3 . Quick Set up Guide . THAT WILL ASSIST YOU IN SETTING UP , 4 . Advanced Set up and Operating System . OPERATING OR TROUBLESHOOTING THE 5 . Parts MACHINE . 6 . Troubleshooting . ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ ◆ CAUTION : Certain procedures in both the operating section and the service section require that voltage be on in the machine . Only trained personnel should perform this function . Exercise extreme caution while performing these procedures . These procedures will be marked with the lightening bolt symbol as it appears at left . CAUTION : Certain procedures in both the operating section and the service section requires a qualified trained technician to perform the particular task at hand . These procedures will be marked with the exclamation symbol as it appears at left . Serial Number Definition Automatic Products int’l ltd . has introduced a new serial numbering method to permit better tracking of machines , and any changes that occur . This information is being provided to you so that you understand the information contained in the serial number , and so that when you are making an inquiry about a specific machine , or require a warranty replacement , that you provide us with the complete serial number . The location of the serial number plate in the machines has not changed . The serial number plates are located inside the machine in the upper right hand corner of the cabinet , and adjacent to the power cord on the back of the cabinet . It is essential that the complete serial number be reported when reporting any problems or claiming any warranty replacements . The new serial number format is explained in the example below : 2 3 A 9 9 3 6 5 0 0 1 1 ➠ ➠ ➠ ➠ Sequential build Number starts at 001 each day Numerical Day of the Year - Jan 1st = 001 , Dec 31 = 365 Year 99 - Last two digits of year First Digits indicate model , example shown is a 123A Glassfront Merchandiser - The machine identification may contain up to six characters dependent upon the model . esicates Suffix A - ind all design changes incorporated upon the introduction of the new chiller unit E - indicates a machine built specifically for export outside North America ii
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features of the APi 120 snack merchandiser STANDARD FEATURES SCROLLING DISPLAY ■ Up to 80 selections . ■ User friendly scrolling display to help with the ■ Multi drop buss capabilities . selection process and provide customer feedback . ■ Extensive diagnostics capabilities . ■ User programmable point of sale and ■ Friendly text based interface . operational messages . ■ Configuration upload and download capabilities . ■ 20 character display . ■ User programmable function keys . ■ Flexible spiral spacing for large products . OPTIONS ■ Eight point star drive motor . ■ Point of sale window . ■ Four security levels . ■ Delivery bin cushion . ■ Six languages . ■ Base kit . ■ Machine reset capability . ■ Lexan window . ■ Real time clock . ■ MasterMenu ™ online software . ■ Personal computer interface . ■ Transportable memory unit . ■ Printer interface . ■ Chime . NOISE LEVEL Operates at less than 70 db ( A ) . PRICING ■ Global pricing by machine or by shelf . ACCEPTABLE AMBIENT OPERATING ■ Extensive discounting capabilities . TEMPERATURE RANGE ■ Shutdown capabilities . All equipment manufactured by Automatic Products intl . ■ Combo vends . Ltd . is designed to work properly in a temperature range ■ Product codes . of 10 ˚ C to 50 ˚ C ( 50 ˚ F to 104 ˚ F ) in still air ( 75 % R.H . non - ■ Programmable spiral count . condensing ) . The machine is being stored in a ■ Upload and download capabilities for pricing temperature range of - 18 ˚ C to 68 ˚ C ( 0 ˚ F to 155 ˚ F ) . and set up . ■ Programmable maximum payout . ■ Extensive accountability , including all discounts and free vends . 121 122 122 122 121 121 121 122 EXPORT DOMESTIC EXPORT EXPORT SPECIFICATIONS DOMESTIC DOMESTIC EXPORT DOMESTIC AMBIENT CHILLED AMBIENT CHILLED AMBIENT CHILLED CHILLED AMBIENT Height 72 ” 183 cm 72 ” 183 cm Width 33.5 ” 88 cm 33.5 ” 88 cm Depth 27.625 ” 70.167 cm 35 ” 89 cm Floor Space 6.4 Sq . Ft . . 59 Sq . Meter 8.1 Sq . Ft . . 75 Sq . Meter Container Size 45.5 Cu Ft . 1.29 Cu Meter 58.1 Cu Ft . 1.65 Cu Meter Voltage ( AC ) 120V 230V 120V 230V Hertz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz Standby Amperes 0.7A . 35A 0.7A . 35A Running Amperes 3A 12A 1.5A 6A 3A 12A 1.5A 6A Watts 360W 1440W 345W 1380W 360W 1440W 345W 1380W Refrigerant Type N / A 134A N / A 134A N / A 134A N / A 134A Refrigerant Charge N / A 9.0 oz 0.25 Kg N / A 9.0 oz 0.25 Kg N / A 9.0 oz 0.25 Kg N / A 9.0 oz 0.25 Kg High Side Test N / A 230 psi N / A 230 psi N / A 230 psi N / A 230 psi Pressure Low Side Test N / A 133 psi N / A 133 psi N / A 133 psi N / A 133 psi Pressure Shipping Weight 500 lbs 600 lbs 500 lbs 600 lbs 600 lbs 700 lbs 600 lbs 700 lbs 226 kg 272 kg 226 kg 272 kg 272 kg 318 kg 272 kg 318 kg iii
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121 capacities Unless otherwise specified , machine will be shipped with spiral assortment shown below . Figures in circles represent capacities in each spiral . MODEL 121 - 524 MODEL 121 - 528 MODEL 121 - 520 Capacity as shown : 246 units Capacity as shown : 302 units Capacity as shown : 176 units MODEL 121 - 532 MODEL 121 - 536 MODEL 121 - 540 Capacity as shown : 368 units Capacity as shown : 424 units Capacity as shown : 496 units MODEL 121 - 636 MODEL 121 - 624 MODEL 121 - 628 MODEL 121 - 632 Capacity as shown : 404 units Capacity as shown : 208 units Capacity as shown : 278 units Capacity as shown : 338 units iv
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capacities Model 121 - 640 Model 121 - 644 Model 121 - 648 Capacity as shown : 460 units . Capacity as shown : 528 units . Capacity as shown : 590 units . v
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122 capacities Unless otherwise specified , machine will be shipped with spiral assortment shown below . Figures in circles represent capacities in each spiral . Model 122 - 520 Model 122 - 524 Model 122 - 528 Capacity as shown : 265 units . Capacity as shown : 370 units . Capacity as shown : 454 units . Model 122 - 532 Model 122 - 536 Model 122 - 540 Capacity as shown : 544 units . Capacity as shown : 631 units . Capacity as shown : 741 units . Model 122 - 624 Model 122 - 628 Model 122 - 632 Model 122 - 636 Capacity as shown : 313 units . Capacity as shown : 418 units . Capacity as shown : 508 units . Capacity as shown : 5918 units . vi
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capacities Model 122 - 640 Model 122 - 644 Model 122 - 648 Capacity as shown : 682 units . Capacity as shown : 796 units . Capacity as shown : 648 units . vii
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unpacking The Snackshop 123 is assembled and packed so that a minimum amount of time is necessary for preparation to ◆ IMPORTANT : A set of anchoring brackets are sent install it on location . The following steps are with each machine . The kit is located in the bottom of recommended to insure correct unpacking . the machine complete with instructions . It is recommended that this kit be installed to prevent shifting 1 . Shipping Damage : Thoroughly inspect the exterior of of the machine . the carton for damage which may have occurred during shipment . Report any damage to delivering carrier and follow their instructions . CLEANING 2 . Remove staples from lower edge and those at top of The Snackshop 120 series will do the best merchandising carton , and slit carton vertically at the taped corner . job for you if it is kept clean . The display window can be Open and remove carton . Remove the remainder of cleaned with any good glass cleaner . The exterior and the packing material . On machines shipped with lock interior surfaces should be cleaned with warm water and in place , the keys are taped inside the coin return . mild detergent . Rinse thoroughly and dry all surfaces . 3 . Remove Vendor with a Forklift Truck : Remove the CAUTION : Do not use any cleaners containing silicon as carton from the vendor . From the front of the vendor this could cause electrical failures . tip the vendor backward and run forks under the cabinet . The main product shelves can be best cleaned with the spirals and product spacers removed . Refer to page 1.03 4 . Removing Vendor Without a Forklift Truck : Remove for removal of spirals and removal of the product spacers . the carton from the vendor . Break off the thin piece of board behind the rear legs . From the front of the Clean the acceptor on the coin mechanism frequently as machine tip the vendor back enough to clear the lower accumulated dirt in this area can cause coins to hang or legs from the holes in the front board . Push the not be accepted . Follow recommended cleaning machine back off the base . Remove the pallet . procedures as described by the manufacturer . NOTE : Because the weight concentration is toward the back of the cabinet , trucking and lifting should be done from the back . CAUTION should be taken when trucking from side . 5 . On machines with lock in place , unlock , and turn handle to open door . When no lock is furnished , remove clip and turn handle . Swing door to its full open position . 6 . Remove all packing tape and paper from various areas of machine and the shipping strap . 7 . Warranty : The warranty card is attached to the cover of this manual . It must be filled out in full and mailed at once to insure coverage . 1.01
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installation Leveling the Machine : on location is important for the proper function of the machine . The four leveling screws ◆ IMPORTANT : Product must not be forced into the in the legs are the means of leveling the machine . After spiral spaces but should fit freely . If the product is too positioning the machine , level machine in front to rear and tight , use a larger pitch spiral . The bottom of the product right to left directions . After leveling , turn front right should be placed on top of the spiral wire that rests on ( lock side ) leveling screw in about one - half turn to drop the shelf surface ( see Figure 1.2 ) . The width of the this corner slightly to make the door easier to close and product must be greater than the diameter of the snack lock . spiral . If it is smaller , the product may fall through when it is in the front , ready to vend position . CAUTION : THIS MACHINE IS DESIGNED FOR INDOOR USAGE ONLY . ANY OTHER USAGE MAY VOID THE MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY . LOCKER LEV CAUTION : THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE REQUIRES THAT THE MACHINE HAVE POWER APPLIED AND A POTENTIAL ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD EXISTS . Voltage and Polarity Check It is important that this machine is hooked up to the proper voltage and polarity . Using a voltmeter , perform the following checks from the illustration below . Figure 1.1 : Moving shelf to loading position . NOTE : Should the readings be different from above , have a certified electrician correct the problem . B2 B3 Loading Snack Shelves Open door to full open position , push down on plastic lock Figure 1.2 : Placement of product on main product lever ( Figure 1.1 ) on both sides of shelf to unlock shelf , snack shelves and front end position of spiral . holding lever down . Grasp the shelf , under both front corners ( see Figure 1.1 ) , lift front shelf slightly and pull forward until shelf reaches its stop . The shelves tilt down ( do not drop ) to make loading easier . Only one product shelf should be in the loading position at a time . When returning a shelf , be sure the shelf is in its full home or vend position . Begin loading with the top shelf . Move it to the loading position . The height spacing for items is greatest in this shelf and the tallest bagged items should be placed there . Soft items , such as pastry , pies , etc . , should be placed in the lowest snack shelf , making the drop distance as short as possible . 1.02
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installation 1 vending of products wider than 5 ⁄ 2 ” in the second column . Adjusting the Stopping Position of the Spiral . If this is used the right column must be used to vend a One primary difference that distinguishes the new motors narrower product . from previous motors is the presence of an eight sided star at the drive hub of the motor . This permits the stopping position of the spiral to be customized by the operator to ensure the best possible delivery of product . To change the stopping position of the spiral , remove the spiral lock from the motor by pinching the shaft of the spiral lock from the back side of the motor and pulling forward on the front side of the spiral lock . The spiral lock can be reinstalled in any of eight different positions by turning the spiral lock to the position desired and pushing the shaft of the spiral lock through the eight sided star at the drive hub of the motor . Removal of Spiral Grasp the front of the spiral and turn it clockwise . Lift the spiral up and off of the spiral lock . When replacing a spiral attach it around the tab on the spiral lock and turn the spiral counterclockwise to lock it in place . Be sure the front end of the spiral is positioned properly ( with the front end if the spiral pointing downward on the left side ) ( see Figure 1.3 ) . Give a light forward pull on front of the spiral to check it is locked in place . Figure 1.4 : Alignment of movable product spacers . Figure 1.3 : Removing and installing spiral . Product Spacers - 5 Selection Shelf A product spacer is used to reduce the width of the product area and should be used on any 5 - selection 1 ⁄ 2 ” or less . snack shelf where the product width is 4 Spacers should fit within 1 / 8 ” of the product but should not fit tight against the product . There are four positions in each snack space where these spacers can be placed . To install the spacer , align the lock ears ( on the lower edge of the spacer ) with one of the three sets of slot ( one front and one rear ) . ( See Figure 1.4 ) . Push the spacer to the rear to allow the ears to enter the slots , then allow the spacer to move forward . Be sure the ears are in the same set of slots , front and rear . ( See Figure 1.4 ) . Continue loading all spirals adjust with spacers where needed in the top shelf . Return the top shelf to the vend position and following this procedure load the remainder of the large spiral shelves . The shelf divider separating the right ( lock side ) column from the next column is movable to allow 1.03
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installation Product Spacers - 10 Selection Shelf Loading Main Product Candy Shelves The 10 - selection shelves are equipped with a product The 10 - selection ( candy type ) shelves are loaded similar spacer ( see Figure 1.6 ) that can be pivoted from the right to the 5 - selection shelves except that the bottom of the side of every other product space . These spacers should product sits on the shelf in front of the spiral wire ( see be pivoted out to hold the product upright , but not tight Figure 1.5 ) that rests on the shelf . These products must against the product . Leave about 1 / 8 ” clearance between also fit properly product in the spiral space ; do not force the spacer and the product . product into spiral . DETAIL A E3 Figure 1.6 : 10 selection shelf product spacer Figure 1.5 : Placement of product on main product positioned to hold candy upright . candy shelves and front end position of spiral . These spirals are removed and installed the same as the large spiral ( see Figure 3 ) , except that the front end position is different ( approximately 5 o’clock ) ( see Figure 1.5 ) and the front left side of the spiral must be behind the small tab located on the left side of the product space side wall ( see Figure 1.5 , Detail A ) . 1.04
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installation Product Pushers Included with the machine is enough pushers for you to install a pusher on each candy spiral . This plastic part is designed to push the top of the product forward while it is vending , helping it fall from the shelf . It can also be used with products that have the wrapper end flap on the outside of the package . In this case , the pusher prevents these products from hanging on the spiral by spreading the flap . The pusher is installed approximately 210 degrees from the front end of the spiral with the tab extending forward ( see Figure 1.7 ) . Locate the pusher in its proper position , hold it against the spiral wire and push the semi - circular part around the spiral wire . Note : Not every selection spiral will need a product pusher . ( Example - Box Items . ) Figure 1.8 : Fold bagged items bottom edge forward and up . CIGARETTE VENDING FROM THE APi 123 . Cigarettes can be vended from the candy shelves using the ( 15 capacity ) spiral for the soft pack regular , king , 100 MM or 120 MM packs . the ( 12 capacity ) spiral should be used for ( box ) packs . LOCK PRODUCT SHELVES . After all the product has been loaded be sure all shelves are returned to their vend position behind the front roller guide . Figure 1.7 : Location of product pusher on spiral . INSTALL PROPER PRICE TABS into price tab holder for each selection in the main product area . ( See Figure 1.9 ) Bagged or Boxed Items : In the 10 - selection shelves if not loaded properly could be a problem . The sealed edge of the bag may get under the spiral wire causing the product to hang up after it has been vended . It is recommended that the lower edge of these types of product be folded forward and up ( see Figure 8 ) next to the product before inserting into the spiral space . It is also recommended to use an 18 count spiral for bagged items because of the product setting to the bottom of the package . Figure 1.9 : Installing price tabs . 1.05
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components Connecting a 320 to a 120 Series Snack . Loading Gum and Mints : A 320 machine can also be controlled by a The Gum and Mint shelf is located below the lowest 120 Series snack merchandiser in lieu of a Snack Shelf ( optional ) . Unlatch the shelf by pulling forward Control module . The following is a list of the two metal latches located to the right and left of the steps required to connect a 320 ( AL A shelf and pull forward . The cover can be pushed back to CARTE ) machine to a 120 series snack machine . the rear for easy loading . The shelf contains four individual selections . 1 . Locate the interconnect harness coming out of the back side of the food cabinet and route it into the back The first selection on the left contains two fillers for use side of the snack ( remove the triangular plate just with thin mints . ( Rolaids - Certs , etc . ) . These fillers can above the line cord ) to the LogiCenter board and plug be removed for standard gum or mints . into the P8 connector . ( Bottom Right ) The two selections on the right of the Gum and Mint shelf 2 . The 320 machine is considered Cabinet 2 when also have fillers . These selections can be used for connected to a 120 . Make sure the Jumper on the standard size gum and mints or the fillers may be Food Driver Board ( FDB ) is set to cabinet 2 . removed for larger gum and mint products . 3 . Set the Temperature Control jumper on the FDB to the Each selection has a display hinge assembly which should appropriate temperature setting . R for a refrigerated be adjusted after the shelf is loaded . To adjust the display machine , F for a frozen machine . NOTE : This jumper is hinge , loosen the wing nut and slide the spring hinge of only a default setting , if for any reason the snack the flipper over the second product and fasten tightly . machine looses communications with the food / frozen machine this setting takes over . ◆ Be sure to close the cover on the gum and mint shelf 4 . All programming for the 320 ( cabinet 2 ) is done in the before pushing the shelf back to its home position . snack machine . The following items must be programmed for the 320 machine to operate correctly , : A . Set Motor Pairs by pressing and holding down the * ◆ The gum and mint shelf can be used as a loading key while pressing F1 on the MasterMenu keypad . platform while filling the machine . The maxium load of the gum and mint shelf is 35 pounds . B . Set Temperature for Cabinet 2 by pressing and holding down the * key while pressing F2 on the MasterMenu keypad . C . Set Prices by pressing F4 on the MasterMenu keypad . NOTE : All selections in the 320 will start with the number 2 and all selections in the snack will start with the number 1 . The item tabs on the 320 are reversible . For Detailed information on setting up a 320 ( A LA Carte ) merchandiser , please refer to the 320 Service Manual paying special attention to the two blue pages in the middle of the book with the heading “ Quick Set up Reference ” . 1.06
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optional equipment MasterMenu Online Software Touch Memory Button ( CHIP ) and Upload / download Harness ( Pn 16800013 ) MasterMenu Online software gives you the capability of completely setting up any 120 Series Snack merchandiser , The CHIP upload / download harness is attached to the 310 Control Module , 320 food merchandiser , or 223 Hot Logic Board ( LCB ) on J1 ( upper right hand corner ) and beverage merchandiser machine on your personal the other end is mounted on the swing panel in a computer ( PC ) . MasterMenu Online also has the ability to depression just above the display , six of these harnesses load complete new logic board software revisions to a included in this package . machine . To load complete new software into a machine the PC must be connected directly to the machine logic Chip Upload and Download Instructions . board via a cable P / N 56800022 and the DEX / UCS harness P / N 680509 . These updates can be sent to you 1 . Open Machine / Tower door , the display should via e - mail or as a file on a floppy disk . indicate “ Enter for MasterMenu ” . 2 . Press Enter MasterMenu Online Installation 3 . Press the > until the display indicates “ Configuration ” . Personal Computer Requirements 4 . Press Enter 5 . Press the > until the display indicates To install MasterMenu Online , you need : “ Configuration Load ” . 6 . Press Enter , the display should read • Personal or Multimedia computer with a 486 or “ MasterMenu Online ” . higher processor . 7 . Press the + until the display indicates “ Tmu • Microsoft Windows 95 operating system or later . Upload ” ( from Tmu to Lcb ) or “ Tmu Download ” • 16 MB of Ram . ( From board to Tmu ) . • 5 MB of hard disk required . 8 . Press Enter • VGA or higher resolution video adapter . 9 . The display will indicate “ Awaiting Download ” or • Microsoft Mouse or Compatible pointing device . “ Awaiting Upload ” . • CD - Rom Drive 10 . Press the memory button CHIP against the socket and the display will indicate “ Transfer in Progress ” . CHIP When the transfer is complete the display will Two pieces are required to use CHIP , the touch memory prompt “ Transfer Complete ” . If for any reason the button ( CHIP ) and an Upload / download Harness that transfer was unsuccessful the display will prompt allows Chip to communicate with the machine . “ Transfer Error ” . Touch Memory Button ( Pn 17500003 ) Note : To Use MasterMenu Online or Chip the Software The Touch Memory Button ( CHIP ) can be used to on the Logic Board must Be at the Following Revision download to or upload from any 310 Control Module or or Higher : APi 20 Series machine . CHIP is capable of storing all 3.5 Flash Memory and 3.0 Microprocessor settable data from a machine , with the exception of the time and date . Once CHIP is programed you can take it to Ventilating Fan : ( Part # 750102 - 4 - 120 Volts ) as many machines as you wish to upload the information ( Part # 750102 - 5 - 240 Volts ) Export CHIP . CHIP can be overwritten and reused as stored in The ventilating fan keeps a steady flow of air moving CHIP is mounted on a key chain many times as desired . through the vendor cabinet . Installation of the fan takes holder . CHIP can be programed from a machine that is only a few minutes . All vendors are wired with a fan plug already set up and then used to set up other machines on the junction box for easy installation . that are to be programed identically . Base Kits : CHIP can also be programed from MasterMenu Online , Base kits are available to make the vendor compatible MasterMenu Online is a software program that allows you with other manufacturers . to set up any 310 Control Module or 20 Series machine on your personal computer ( PC ) . This information can then Gum and Mint : be stored by filename in you PC and is always accessible Gum and Mint units are available as an option with APi for any changes you may want to make the machine in the 120 series vendors . For information pertaining to loading future , including pricing . To load CHIP from your PC or servicing gum and mint unit , refer to this service requires harness ( Pn 17500004 ) , included in this package . manual for loading instructions and service instructions . 1.07
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optional equipment ( interchangeable ) . The 125 machine can only be Dual Spiral Shelf : purchased with six shelves as a 30 selection machine ( all Snack shelves can be set up to have dual spirals per snack shelves ) or a 35 selection machine ( five snack selection on the shelf . The dual spirals will help vend shelves and one candy shelf ) . The 125 machine cannot specialty items better . have the following options : Gum & mint tray ; chilled machine . Half Cycle Motors The half cycle motors are used to vend thin items . This The APi 127 Add On : motor is used with a product divider that is positioned This machine is used in conjunction with a 124 host down the center of the coil . The product is placed on both machine . The 127 operates from the selector panel of the the left and right hand side of the coil . When the motor 1 ⁄ 2 revolution ) rather than 124 host machine . The 127 machibne is available in a turns , it turns only 180 degrees ( 360 degrees ( full revolution ) . number of configurations with a maximum of 25 selections . The 127 is not available with gum & mint or the Special Spirals ( 122 / 123 ONLY ) : chiller option . Special candy spirals are available for use in the four ( 4 ) and five ( 5 ) selection snack shelves on 122 / 123 machines Point of Sale Window only . For the sake of identification , the back end of these The optional point of sale window is used for displaying spirals are colored RED and should never be used in the POS material to your customer . eight ( 10 ) selection candy shelves . Golden Eye ™ These spirals allow vending products that are too wide for The optional Golden Eye ™ Bin Sensor ensures a positive the standard candy columns but may be too thin for the vend every time . The sensor is installed in the delivery bin regular snack spirals . A product pusher and spacer should and senses that a product has been delivered . If no be used where required . Part numbers for these special product was delivered , the spiral will turn make up to , two spirals are as follows : more attempts . If the product is not delivered after three attempts , the make another selection led will flash and the 400139 - 1 12 count special spiral machine will allow the customer to make another selection 400140 - 1 15 count special spiral or press the coin return and receive their change back . 400141 - 1 18 count special spiral 400142 - 1 24 count special spiral 400143 - 1 30 count special spiral 400151 - 1 20 count special spiral NOTE : The difference between the standard candy spiral and the special candy spiral used in the wide snack columns is in the overall length of the spiral . The special spiral is shorter than the standard candy spirals . CAUTION : Do not attempt to use the special candy spirals in an ten selection shelf . Soup Dispenser 122 / 123 : ( Kit 750083 ) A canned soup dispenser is available as an option for use in the four / five selection snack shelves . The dispenser is easy to install and holds up to nine cans in the unit . Delivery Bin Cushion A delivery bin cushion is available for use when vending heavy items . Lexan Window A Lexan window is available as a direct replacement for tempered glass . The APi 125 Add On : This unit is used in conjunction with a 121 / 122 master machine . The 125 operates from the selector panel of the 124 master . Since the 125 machine has no control panel , the shelves are identical to the 123 models 1.08
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optional equipment 3 . Press the > and the t in ambient will start flashing . The Refrigeration Unit 4 . Press the + key until the display says The Chiller unit is comprised of a 1 / 3 horsepower compressor and is a hermetically sealed system ( no “ CAB 1 CHILLED + 32 F ” . service ports ) . The compressor assembly is easily 5 . Press the > and the “ + 32 ” will start flashing . removed by taking out two screws and pulling the unit 6 . Press the + or - key to change the display to the desired forward out the front of the cabinet . There is a wedge temperature and press enter to set the temperature shaped insulator above the evaporator that mates with a shown . matching wedge in the cabinet to ensure a tight seal . The NOTE : To set temperatures in Celcius , Press the > to refrigerant used in the refrigeration system is 134a and “ F ” and use the + key to change it to “ C ” . the charge is 9 ounces . The refrigeration system is controlled by the Digital Temperature Control . Note : The Refrigeration Processing : Chiller can NOT be added at a later date . The 120 The Digital Temperature Control maintains the series glass front merchandisers are designed to operate temperature as measured by the temperature sensor . The at an ambient temperature of 55 ˚ F to 100 ˚ F ( 13 ˚ C to 38 ˚ C ) . chiller unit will be turned on at the set temperature plus 2 ˚ F and will be turned off at the target temperature minus Digital Temperature Control 2 ˚ F . A minimum of 1 minute is required for both the cycle The Digital Temperature Control is located in the power on and cycle off time of the relay . This insures the supply box that is located behind the swing panel . The compressor is not cycled on and / or off to rapidly . Digital Temperature Control Board contains a digital Independent of the temperature , the relay , therefore the display and two programming buttons . There is a window compressor , will be off 7 minutes every hour for a defrost toward the bottom of the power supply box that allows you cycle . The power for the Evaporator fan motor is constant to view the current temperature in the can compartment in and is not switched by the relay . Celcius only . To view the temperature in Farhrenheit , press and hold the 0 button for 3 seconds , and the current temperature will be shown on the main digital display . Located below the display window are the two programming buttons . Power to operate the Digital Temperature Control is supplied via the MDB connector on the logic board using communications cable P / N 660649 - 1 . Power to operate refrigeration unit is supplied to the Digital Temperature Control Board immediately after the EMI filter and is switched on and off by a relay on the Digital Temperature Control Board . For a complete pin out of the Digital Temperature Control Board see page 6.04 . Note : The only setting that is programmed on the digital temperature control is the Fan Speed when you have a chilled Snack area . . Settable Temperature Range : The settable temperature range is from 40 ˚ F to 70 ˚ F ( 1 ˚ C to 20 ˚ C ) . The recommenced temperature for this machine is 65 ˚ F ( 18 ˚ C ) . The Digital Temperature Control will maintain the temperature as measured by the temperature probe ( P / N 13600001 - 01 ) . The harness for the probe is plugged onto the Digital Temperature Control Board at the connector marked JP3 . The probe is mounted in cabinet below the bottom shelf on the right hand side , just above the intake air of the evaporator . An unplugged or open temperature sensor prone will display as - 9 ˚ F ( - 9 ˚ C ) . A shorted or closed probe will display as 99 ˚ F ( 37 ˚ C ) . Setting the Target Temperature : The temperature setting is programmed in the logic Board . The Digital Temperature Control will allow you to set the temperature but it will change back to what is programmed in the logic board . To set the temperature : 1 . Press and hold the * key while pressing the F1 button , the display will prompt “ Set temperatures ” . 2 . Press Enter , the display will prompt “ CAB 1 AMBIENT - - - F ” . 1.09
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components Replacement of Delivery Bin : Power Supply A . Locate lip on front edge of delivery bin The 115 VAC power cord from the wall outlet comes into over lower edge of opening in door and the machine and plugs into the back of the main junction behind trim . Press down box located on the bottom right side of the cabinet . The along lip to make sure it is fully engaged voltage output to the board is 24 volts and 8 volts and is between door and trim . plugged into the ( L5 position ) of the Logic Center Board . B . Install the four screws and two brackets , to secure bin to door . Lighting System There is only one fluorescent lamp in the Snackshop 120 Removal of Gum And Mint Motor : series . The lamp is located on the top of the door and Disconnect the two wires going to the motor lights up the main product area . The starter is located on and remove the four screws holding it to the the hinge side of the lamp . The ballast and line filter is shelf . The components attached to the front located on the top front left shelf support . Bulb part # base can also be replaced . These consist of 380022 - 5 ( F18T8 / CW - 24 ) . the gum and mint shelf front ( Price tabs and selection ) , gum and mint shelf front base , gum and mint display front Main Product Shelves : stop ( plastic ) and the gum and mint ejector . There are five or six main product shelves per machine . Each selection has its own motor mounted to the back of Note : Before replacing the gum and mint motor it is the shelf . Every shelf has its own harness and plug for helpful to tap the motor first with the screws . Assemble connecting to the remainder of the circuit through the the four components together and mount them to the cabinet receptacle , located in the rear right of the cabinet . motor making sure that the head crank of the motor is The motors are the same on either shelf . It is possible in inserted into the ejector . Replace the four screws and test the Snackshop 120 series to exchange a five selection vend that selection for proper operation . shelf with a ten selection shelf or visa versa . You also 1 ⁄ 2 inch either up or down on have the capability to gain any shelf . To do this the shelf should be removed and the Removal of Gum and Mint Shelf : cabinet back harness receptacle lowered or raised with Under the gum and mint shelf remove the the right & left shelf tracks . two screws holding the gum and mint receptacle harness bracket . Loosen the Note : When exchanging the shelves , you will not need other two screws on each end of the gum any parts but you will have to reprogram the machines for and mint pusher stop strap and disengage it from the prices and selections . cabinet . Grasp the shelf and pull the shelf straight out . With the shelf out you can replace the gum and mint Removal of Product Shelf : pusher by removing the screw . A . Lift up and push the lock levers toward the back of cabinet . Reverse the procedure to replace the shelf . Pay special B . Pull the shelf to its loading position . attention when you put the gum and mint pusher stop C . Grasp shelf in front and rear center . Lift front of shelf strap back on that all the gum and mint pushers have up above horizontal and pull shelf forward while lifting . spring tension and are behind the strap . D . To install shelf , reverse above procedure . Delivery Bin : This is located below the display window on the door and is mechanically operated . The linkage on the hinge side of the delivery bin may require occasional lubrication . Should the door become difficult to operate , place a small amount of grease on the arm tracks . Removal of Delivery Bin : A . Remove the screws from the left and right side of the delivery bin . These screws fasten into the lower door brace . Remove the two screws and brackets at the top of the delivery bin . B . Grasp delivery bin on both sides and lift up and pull back . Should the bin be tight , rock it by lifting on one end , then the other . 2.01
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components DEX / UCS Printer Support The APi 120 supports DEX / UCS Communications The machine is able to print to a 40 character wide printer Protocol - NAMA Vending Industry Data Retrieval connected to the serial port . The communication is as Standard . The machine will automatically recognize the specified by the user in the Printer Setup Menu . The DEX / UCS device when it is plugged into the control board machine uses only standard printer control codes to and will recognize when the device initiates the maximize the number of possible supported printers . The communication protocol . The transmission / reception of machine is able to print any of the following types of data to the device will then take place automatically . information set by a menu item in the MIS Menu heading : • MIS Data • Machine Setup / Configuration Parameters • Diagnostic Information When an attempt is made to output data to the printer without a printer connected , an error message will be displayed indicating that the printer is not connected . The 20 Series Machines Support the 24V Micromech , executive , and MDB protocols for Coin Mechs , Validators and Card Readers . NOTE : DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE TWO DIFFERENT PERIPHERALS SIMULTANEOUSLY . FOR EXAPMLE : MDB WITH PULSE OR MICROMECH . Peripherals in Column 1 and 2 can work together and columns 4 and 5 can work together . Micro Mech Pulse Validator Executive MDB Coin Mechanism MDB Bill 24V 15 pin 24V Validator Mars TRC - 6010XV VN2502 - U5E 540 TRC - 6510 VN2502 - U5M VN4010XV VN2512 - U5E 560 TRC - 6512 VN2512 - U5M VFM1 - L2 - U4C VN - 4510 VFM3 - L2 - U4C CoinCo 9302 LF BA32SA 9302 - GX BA32SA * * USD - L701 BA32R USQ - G701 BA32R USQ - L701 USO - G703 USQ - L701 The APi 20 Series will automaticaly determine at power up which peripherals are connected and configure itself accordingly . 2.02
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components Vend Motors The vend motors used in the APi 120 machines have been specifically developed to operate with the APi MasterVend ™ Control System . One primary difference that distinguishes the new motors from previous motors is the presence of an eight sided star at the drive hub of the motor . This permits the stopping position of the spiral to be customized by the operator to ensure the best possible delivery of product . Motors used in the 120 & 320 are of the fast trac style , with all electronics required to correctly operate the motor contained inside the gear case or the motor housing and no external control board . Each of the motors used with the MasterVend ™ Control System will have two terminals . The two terminals continue to be used to identify the shelf and column ( selection ) to be vended . SHELF WIRING DIAGRAM Selection Wire Number Shelf Common Number Each motor requires two wires to operate correctly . These wires are : shelf common , and selection . Each selection on a shelf has the same common shelf wire - all shelf harness use the wire # 12 as a shelf common . This corresponds to the selected shelf wire in the cabinet harness . The terminal for the shelf common in the harness is the smallest of the two . Selection numbers are assigned from left to right , starting with selection 0 . Each selections number corresponds to the number of the wire for that selection . 0 - 9 Figure 2.4 Selection System The selection system used with the MasterVend ™ Control System is different from all previous alpha - numeric systems we have manufactured . The eleven digit selection panel ( see figure 2.4 ) is located on the front control bezel and consists on the numbers 0 through 9 and the letter C , which is defined as a clear button . The selection system used with the MasterVend ™ Control System is all numeric and uses three digits to identify all the selections . The first digit is used to determine which cabinet is selected , the second digit determines the shelf selected , and the third digit , the selection on that shelf . The left or first selection on each shelf is designated as selection 0 , and on a ten select shelf the selection numbers would be increase by one , so that the right hand selection will be selection 9 . The numeric keys on the selector panel can be used to enter numeric data any time it is required during setup or maintenance of the equipment . Wildcarding Anywhere in the programming where you are allowed to enter selection numbers you can use wildcarding . Wildcarding makes use of the * key on the MasterMenu keypad . The * key in any postion means all . The following examples are using wildcarding for pricing the machine : Entering * * * will price all cabinets , all shelves & all selections to the price shown . Entering 1 * * will price cabinet 1 , all shelves & selections to the price shown . Entering 11 * will price cabinet 1 , shelf 1 , all selections to the same price . 2.03
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components MasterMenu ™ Keypad The MasterMenu ™ keypad ( see figure 2.3 ) is located on the front of swing out panel directly below the selection keypad . The MasterMenu ™ keypad is only active when the Control module door is open , so even in the event of vandalism to the control bezel , no access to the control functions is permitted . The MasterMenu ™ keypad consists of seven function buttons , a key , four coin payout buttons and the eight keys used to operate the MasterMenu ™ functions . The entire * keypad becomes active once the machine door is opened . Function Buttons The seven function keys ( F1 - F7 ) are assigned to specific pre - determined functions , primarily for route service personnel . The key shall be used to enter the character “ * ” . Pressing the key before one of the function keys through * * ` ƒ are specific to the second level of menu heading / items currently active . The key can also be used for wildcarding in * the pricing and motor configuration menus . For more information on wildcarding see the configure motors menu in section 4 of this manual . Coin Payout Buttons The four coin payout buttons are used to pay coins out of an L + or a standard US ( dummy mech ) . The four coin payout buttons are , , and . The four coin payout buttons may also be used to enter pricing information while assigning prices . For example , to enter a price of $ . 65 , pressing the key twice , the key once and the key once , would result in . 65 appearing on the display . See the price setting section for additional information . The key is used for exiting the current menu without making any changes prior to commitment . Note : Closing the s main cabinet door will have the same effect as if the user depressed the key and causes the machine to exit the s MasterMenu ™ System and return to Operational Mode . The key provides a dual purpose operation . It provides the a mechanism for choosing a menu heading . It also e provides a means to commit insertions / modifications / deletions made in a menu item . The and keys provides are used for incrementing and decrementing the available choices in a menu . + - Note : Anywhere in this manual that the or keys are defined to sequence through numeric data , the front + - panel may be used as an alternate input source . The and keys have a dual purpose operation . They provide a means to select the menu heading immediately to < > the left or right of the current menu heading . When inserting data within a menu , these keys also provide a means to move the cursor from its current position to the position directly to its left or right . The key is used to delete the character on the current cursor position , shifting all subsequent characters to the m right of that position left by one . The key provides a mechanism to insert a character to the left of the current cursor position , shifting all characters to f the right of that position ( including the current character ) right by one . Note : Depressing a function key will not cause you to enter the MasterMenu ™ System . . 05 F1 F2 - + ESC . 10 F3 F4 INS . 25 F5 F6 DEL ENTER 1.00 F7 * 2.04 2.04
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components Control System and Boards The MasterVend ™ Control System consists of up to three different boards , depending on the configuration . All Model 120 and all towers consist of the LogicCenter board ( LCB ) and the display board . When a machine is slaved off of the APi 120 ( 320 series 127 ) this cabinet will have a Food Driver Board ( FDB ) contained in it . LogiCenter Board ( LCB ) The LCB interfaces with the FDB ( when used ) , display board , selector panel , MasterMenu keypad , coin mechs , bill validators and all other peripherals . The LCB also stores all the programming and mis information . Food Driver Board ( FDB ) This board is only used in a food / frozen machine or a slave snack . This board contains all the temperature monitoring functions for cabinet that it is contained in , and communicates with the LCB via a 6 wire computer level interconnect harness . The FDB has three LEDs on it and the status of the FDB can be determined by observing the LEDs . The Front Panel Display The display is capable of displaying 20 alpha - numeric characters . The supported character set includes : • Upper and lower case alphabetic characters “ A ” through “ Z ” • Numeric characters “ 0 ” through “ 9 ” • Special characters : ( , ) , [ , ] , . , ‘ , - , = , $ , / , \ , * , ^ , + , , , ” , ? , _ . The Chime The chime will sounded when the following events occur : • Three times when an invalid key sequence is entered from either the front panel or the MasterMenu ™ Keypad . • Three times when the customer enters an invalid key sequence from the front panel . • Five times when the customer has won a free vend due to WINNER MODE . • For fifteen seconds if a motor configuration mismatch is detected when the main cabinet door is closed . • Five times when the customer attempts to purchase a sold - out item as determined by spiral selection . • A single time to indicate the acceptance of an action by the control system . 2.05
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quick set up reference - electronics The APi 120 machine is shipped with the software already set up , the only setup that is necessary before putting the machine on location is to set the prices . SET PRICES Press the F4 on the MasterMenu keypad Press ’ to access SET PRICE menu . e < Press 1 time to price . > Using the selection buttons , enter desired price , Calculator style . Press 1 time to selection . < Using the selection buttons , enter desired selections at the price shown Repeat the above process for all additional prices to be set . to exit . s The F 1 - F7 keys on the MasterMenu keypad are preprogrammed to preform a specific function . On the next page you will find a Copy of the decal on the door of the machine . This decal explains what the function keys are used for as well as how to use them . For most applications the function keys give you all the options and functionality necessary . For advanced set up options see the operating system section of the manual . 3.01
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function keys Press F1 - View Historical MIS Menu Press to View Historical MIS e View Errorss MISotor Set Temp M Pairs Use to scroll through MlS data.Press to exit . > s Press F2 - View Errors Menu Set Pricerow Clear Errors Bill Esc Set Time Press to View Errors , the first error will appear . e Use to Scroll through the error list . > Check Price Test eVendd Pressing F2 when viewing an Error will cause Door Test Reserv extended diagnostics to be displayed . Press to exit or to go to next error . s > Reserved Press F3 - Clear Errors Menu * Press * F2 - Set Temps Press or to toggle between “ N ” and “ Y ” . + - Press clear Errors . Press to exit . Press to access Set Temperatures menu . e s e Use the and keys to move through cabinet , < > Press F4 - Set Price Menu temperature range , target temperature and Press to access Set Price menu . e temperature scale fields . Press 1 time to price . > Use the and keys to increase or decrease + - Using the selection buttons , enter desired price , the currently selected field . calculator style . Press the key when the desired e Press 1 time to selection . < temperature settings are displayed Using the selection buttons , enter desired Press to exit . s selections at the price shown . Repeat the above Note : If you are NOT using a second cabinet , you do process for all additional prices to be set . not need to set Cabinet 2 . Press to exit . s Press * F3 - Set Time and Date Press F5 - Check Price Menu Press to access Set Time and Date Menu . e Press to View Price and Product Code e Use the and to move left or right through < > information . Using the selection buttons , enter the time / date fields . selection number of price to be checked . Press Use the or Keys to change the currently + - to exit . s selected field . Press F6 - Test Vend Menu Press to update the machine with the e Use or to toggle between “ N ” and “ Y ” . current date and time shown on the display . + - Press and the front panel keypad becomes e Press * F4 - Bill Escrow active . Press to exit . s Press to access Bill Escrow . e Press F7 - Tube Fill Use the and to toggle between Y / N . + - Press the display will prompt TO 0.00 0.00 e Press to commit to changes . e Drop coin through the top of the coin mech and Press * F5 - Trap Door Test the TO ( TO - T3 ) will change to indicate which tube Press to access Trap Door Test Menu . the coin went into , the first set of numbers indicate e the value of coins in that tube and the second set Use the and to move through the door < > of numbers indicate the value of coin in all tubes . operation and cabinet fields . Press to exit . NOTE : It is only necessary to Use the or to toggle the above fields s + - teach the coin mech how much money it has if Press to start test . e you have changed the payback option or if you Press * F6 - Transmit MIS Data track coin tube accountability . Press to access Transmit MIS Data . e The second level of Menu items can be accessed by Use the and to move through the available < > pressing and holding in the * key while pressing one Peripherals . of the function buttons F1 - F7 . Press to transmit MIS Data . Note : When e Press * F1 - Set Motor Pairs using Dex the MIS information will automatically Press to access Set Motor Pairs . transmit upon connection . e Press 1 time to change the paired state of the > Press * F7 - Set Defrost motor.Use the and key to togle the paired + - Allows you to customize target defrost time for state of the motor between Y ( yes ) and ( no ) . Press cabinets 1 and 2 . It is not necessary to set this 1 time to selection.Using the selection buttons , < menu the default defrost time is set to a default at enter desired selections for paired state shown . midnight . Press to exit . s 3.02
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table of contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Operating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Operational Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Service Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 MasterMenu ™ System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Quick Reference Directory for MasterMenu ™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.03 Mis Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.04 View MIS Data Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.04 Transmit MIS Data Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.05 Clear MIS Data Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.07 Tube Fill Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.07 Software Revision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.07 Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Bill Escrow Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Free Vend Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Winner Vend Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Multiple Vends Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Force Vend Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Combo Vend Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.08 Set Max Payout Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.09 Set Payout type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.09 Configuration Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10 Motor Pairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10 Configuration Upload / Download Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10 Set Temperatures Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10 Set Function Keys Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11 Set Spiral Count Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Printer Setup Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Set Lockout Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Free Token / Coupon Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Speech Synthesis Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Setup Defrost Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.12 Diagnostic Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 View Errors Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 Clear Errors Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 Test Vend Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 Motor Test Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 Baffle Door Test Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.14 Security Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Machine Identification Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Serial Number Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Password Definition Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Password Prompt Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Set Security Level Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Machine Reset Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 Factory Test Menu Item . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.15 i
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table of contents continued Time Functions Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.16 Setting Discount Time of Day and Day of Week Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.16 Discount Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.16 Set Time and Date Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.17 Setting Shutdown Time of Day and Day of Week Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.17 Shutdown Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.17 Price Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.18 Price Assignment Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.18 View Pricing Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.18 Display Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.19 Set Menu Order Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.19 Set Language Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.19 Set User Messages Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.19 Set Out of Service Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.20 Set After Sale Message Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.20 ii
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operating system Introduction The APi MasterMenu ™ system is user friendly and provides a common look and feel across all menu items . The system allows the user to move freely through the menus and provides ease of insertion , modification , and deletion of operational parameters and data . In addition , the system provides the user with status and diagnostic messages to aid in the use and service of the machine . Operational Mode The Operational mode provides the machine with the ability to vend products . The machine is in Operational Mode whenever the main cabinet door of the machine is closed . Upon opening of the main cabinet door , the machine will remain in Operational Mode until the key is depressed at which time it will enter the Service Mode . e This allows for vends to occur while the main cabinet door of the machine is open and the user has not yet entered Service Mode by depressing the key . This is referred to as Enhanced Operational Mode . enal Enhanced Operational Mode differs from Operatio Mode in that the Function keys and Payout keys are active . If any key in either of these sets of keys is depressed , it will perform its function and return the machine to Enhanced Operational Mode when complete . The Service Menu provides access to all configurable items in the machine as well as retrieval of MIS information . The Service Menus shall only be available when the machine is in Service mode . Service Mode Service Mode provides the ability to configure the machine . When the Control Module door is opened , the display indicates “ ENTER FOR MASTERMENU ” if no errors have been logged , or “ ERRORS - NN ” in the case where errors exist ( where “ NN ” is the number of errors ) . The machine returns to Operational Mode whenever the main cabinet door is closed . 4.01
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mastermenu ™ system The MasterMenu ™ System provides a set of text based Service Menus which allows interface to all functions of the machine . Menus appearing at the upper most level of the menu system are referred to as Menu Headings . Menus appearing under the Menu Headings are referred to as Menu Items . Figure 1.1 : illustrates a diagram of the MasterMenu ™ System . MasterMenu Help Index ( F1 ) Diagnostic MIS Configuration Security Display Price Time Functions Setup Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading Menu Heading View Historical MIS Data Bill Escrow Set Menu Order Price Assignment Motor Pairs Discount Day / Time View Errors Machine Identification View Interval Free Vend Set Language Price Check Conf . Up / Down Load Discount Options Clear Errors Serila Number MIS Data Winner Vend Set User Messages Set Temperature Time / Date Test Vend Password Definition Transmit MIS Multiple Vend Set Out of Service Msg . Set Function Keys Clear MIS Data Shutdown Day / Time Test Motor Password Prompt Tube Fill Force Vend Set After Sale Msg . Set Spiral Count Shutdown Options Test Baffle Door Set Security Levels Softwaren Combo Vend Setup Printer Machine Reset Revisio Set Max Payout Set Lockout Factory Test Set Payout Type Set Free Coupon Set Product Codes Setup Defrost Set Speech Enable ® Set Golden Eye 4.02
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quick reference directory for mastermenu ™ The following is a quick reference for the keys on the MasterMenu ™ keypad , for a detailed list see page 2.05 of the components section . * Used to enter the character “ * ” . The four coin payout buttons may also be used to enter pricing information while assigning prices . s Used for exiting the current menu without making any changes . Used to choose a menu heading and to commit to insertions / modifications / deletions made e in a menu item . and Used to move the cursor from its current position to the position directly to its left or right also to select < > the menu heading immediately to the left of the current menu heading . and Used for incrementing and decrementing the available choices in a menu . + - Note : Anywhere in this manual that the or keys are defined to sequence through numeric + - data , the front panel may be used as an alternate input source . m Used to delete the character on the current cursor position . f Used to insert a character to the left of the current cursor position . Note : Depressing a function key will not cause you to enter the MasterMenu ™ System . Operating System Quick Reference Index On the bottom of each page is a quick reference index ( figure 1.2 ) . The white box indicates where you are in the MasterMenu ™ System , the shaded areas can be used as a reference to move through the sections of the manual . Figure 1.2 below indicates that you would be in the diagnostics menu . Figure 1.2 M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.03
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mis menu heading The MIS Menu heading contains all the MIS ( accounting ) information collected by the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates MIS will cause the display to be updated with View Historical MIS . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : View Historical MIS View Interval MIS Transmit MIS Data Clear MIS Data Tube Fill Software Revision Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display View Historical MIS Press ENTER h TOT Sales 00.00 Use the < or > keys to scroll through the MIS Data . View Interval MIS Press ENTER i TOT Sales 00.00 Use the < or > keys to scroll through the MIS Data . Table 4.1 below is a list of all the viewable MIS Data NAME Display Format of Historical MIS Display Format of Interval MIS Total Value of Sales hTOT SALES 000000.00 iTOT SALES 000000.00 Number of Vends h # VENDS 0000000 i # VENDS 0000000 # of Test Vends h # TEST VNDS 0000000 i # TEST VNDS 0000000 # of MIS Resets h # MIS RESETS 0000000 i # MIS RESETS 0000000 # of Machine Resets h # MACH RESET 0000000 i # MACH RESET 0000000 Number of Bills Stacked h $ BILLS 000000.00 i $ BILLS 000000.00 Value of Coins To Tubes h $ to TUBE 000000.00 i $ TUBES 000000.00 Value of Coins In Tubes h $ in TUBE 000000.00 i $ TUBES 000000.00 Value of Cash Dispensed h $ DISPENSED 000000.00 i $ DISPENSED 000000.00 Value of Cash Dispensed Manually h $ MAN DSP 000000.00 i $ MAN DSP Value of Cash In h $ CASH IN 000000.00 i $ CASH IN 000000.00 # of Free Vends h # FREE VENDS 0000000 i # FREE VENDS 0000000 Value of Free Vends h $ FREE VENDS 000000.00 i $ FREE VENDS 000000.00 # of Token Vends h # TOKEN VENDS 0000000 i # TOKEN VENDS 0000000 Value of Token Vends h $ TOKEN VENDS 000000.00 i $ TOKEN VENDS 000000.00 Value of Coins To Cash Box h $ BOX 000000.00 i $ BOX 000000.00 Value of Discount , Discounted Vends h $ OF DISC 000000.00 i $ OF DISC 000000.00 # of Discounted Vends h # DISC 0000000 i # DISC 0000000 Value Discount , for Combo Vends h $ COMBOS 000000.00 i $ COMBOS 000000.00 # of Combo Vends h # COMBOS 0000000 i # COMBOS 0000000 # of Winner ( Free ) Vends h # WINNERS 0000000 i # WINNERS 0000000 Value Winner ( Free ) Vends h $ WINNERS 000000.00 i $ WINNERS 000000.00 # of Card Vends h # CARD VENDS 0000000 i $ CARD VENDS 0000000 Value of Card Vends h $ CARDS 000000.00 i $ CARDS 000000.00 Value / Number of Vends by Cabinet h $ / # BY CABINET i $ / # BY CABINET C01 - 00000.00 000000 C01 - 00000.00 000000 C02 - 00000.00 000000 C02 - 00000.00 000000 Value / Number of Vends By Sel # h $ / # BY SELECTION NUMBER i $ / # BY SELECTION NUMBER Time of Last Vend By Selection # TIME BY SELECTION TIME BY SELECTION 110 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY 110 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY Last Defrost Cab - 1 DEF1 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY DEF1 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY Last Defrost Cab - 2 DEF1 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY DEF1 - HH:MM DD / MM / YY Door History For Tower DOOR OPEN TOWER DOOR OPEN TOWER ( Repeated For Last 5 Openings ) 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY Door History Cab - 1 DOOR OPEN CAB - 1 DOOR OPEN CAB - 1 ( Repeated For Last 5 Openings ) 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY Door History Cab - 2 DOOR OPEN CAB - 2 DOOR OPEN CAB - 2 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY 1 - MM HH:MM DD / MM / YY Mach Id # MACH ID 1234567890 MACH ID 1234567890 Mach Asset # API1234 API1234 Mach Serial # SER NUM 123456789012 SER NUM 123456789012 Software Version # PXX LXX.XX C1XXC2XX PXX LXX.XX C1XXC2XX M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.04
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mis menu heading Display Transmit MIS Data Press ENTER Transmit to Dex Use the > to printer or Press ENTER to Transmit to Dex ( Dex transfer is automatic on connection of dex device on software version 3.50 or higher ) See table 4.2 for a list of MIS Data transferred and Dex definitions . Transmit to printer Press ENTER then use the + or – key to toggle between Short list and Full List . Press ENTER to start the print . See table 4.3 for a list of MIS data transferred to the printer . Table 4.2 DEX / UCS Definition ID1 * 0987654321 * LCB120 * 3993 * * Serial # * Model # * Software Version * Machine Location * * Machine ID # API * * 1234567890 VA1 * 300 * 9 * 300 * 9 * Total Cash ( H ) * Total Vends ( H ) * Total Cash ( I ) * Total Vends ( I ) VA2 * * 2 * * 2 * * # Test Vends ( H ) * * # Test Vends ( I ) VA3 * 50 * 1 * 50 * 1 * Value of Winner ( free ) Vends ( H ) * Number of Winner ( free ) Vends ( H ) * Value of Winner ( free ) Vends ( I ) * Number of Winner ( free ) Vends ( I ) TA2 * * * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 * * * Value of Token Vends ( I ) * Number of Token Vends ( I ) * Value of Token Vends ( H ) * Number of Token Vends ( H ) PA1 * CAB1 * Cabinet 1 PA2 * 7 * 250 * 7 * 250 * # of Vends for PA1 above ( H ) * Value of Vends ( H ) * # of Vends ( I ) * Value of Vends ( I ) PA1 * CAB2 * Cabinet 2 PA2 * 3 * 150 * 3 * 150 * # of Vends for PA1 above ( H ) * Value of Vends ( H ) * # of Vends ( I ) * Value of Vends ( I ) CA3 * 600 * 0 * 300 * 300 * 600 * 0 * 300 * Value of Cash in ( I ) * Value of Cash to box ( I ) * Value of cash to tubes ( I ) * Value of bills to box ( I ) * Value of Cash in ( H ) * Value of cash to box ( H ) * Value of Cash to Tubes ( H ) * Value of Bills to box ( H ) CA4 * 200 * 540 * 200 * 540 Value of Cash Dispensed ( I ) * Value of Cash Manually Dispensed ( I ) * Value of Cash Dispensed ( H ) * Value of Cash Manually Dispensed ( H ) CA7 * 50 * 50 * Value of Discounts ( I ) * Value of Discounts ( H ) CA15 * 0 Value of Coin Tubes DA2 * 0 * * 0 * * Value of Card Sales ( H ) * Number of Card Sales ( H ) * Value of Card Sales ( I ) * Number of Card Sales ( I ) EA2 * MIS RES * * 0 * MIS Resets * * # of MIS Resets Since Installation EA2 * MACH RES * * 0 * Machines Resets * # of Machine Resets Since Installation MA5 * DISC * 1 * 1 * Discounts * # of Discounts ( H ) * # of Discounts ( I ) MA5 * COMBO * 50 * 1 * 50 * 1 * Combo * Value of Combo Vends ( H ) * # of Discount Vends ( H ) * Value of Combo Vends ( I ) * # of Discount Vends ( I ) MA5 * Winner * 50 * 1 * 50 * 1 * Winner * Value of Winner Vends ( H ) * # of Winner ( H ) * Value of Winner Vends ( I ) * # of Winner Vends ( I ) LS * 0001 * Loop Header ( Start of information by selection or product code ) PA1 * 110 * 20 * 001 * 0 ( duplicated for * Selection # * Selection Price * Product code * Spiral Count all selections in the machine ) PA2 * 7 * 250 * 7 * 250 ( duplicated for * # of Vends for PA1 above ( H ) * Value of Vends ( H ) * # of Vends ( I ) * all selections in the machine ) Value of Vends ( I ) PA5 * TIME * 020421 * 1655 * Time of last Vend for PA1 above * YYMMDD * HHMM ( duplicated for all selections Note : If date = 000000 Selection is not in use . in the machine ) EA1 * M DOOR * Last Time of Door Opening for Tower or Snack * YYMMDD * HHMM * 1 * 020421 * 1655 * 60 ( repeated 5 MM , # of Minutes Door was Open times for last 5 door openings ) EA1 * C1 DOOR * Last Time of Door Opening for Cabinet 1 * YYMMDD * HHMM * MM , 1 * 000000 * 0000 * 00 ( repeated 5 # of Minutes Door was Open times for last 5 door openings ) EA1 * C2 DOOR * Last Time of Door Opening for Cabinet 2 * YYMMDD * HHMM * MM , 1 * 000000 * 0000 * 00 ( repeated 5 # of Minutes Door was Open times for last 5 door openings ) EA1 * DEF 1 * 000000 * 0000 * Last Time of Defrost for Cabinet 1 * YYMMDD * HHMM EA1 * DEF 2 * 000000 * 0000 * Last Time of Defrost for Cabinet 2 * YYMMDD * HHMM I = Interval vends since last reset H = Historical vends M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.05
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mis menu heading Table 4.3 Below are the definitions for the MIS information downloaded to a printer . S - indicates short list F - indicates full list and includes everything in the shortlist Field Size Definition Field Size Definition ID101 S LCB Serial Number EA101 S Door Opening , Tower / Snack Header ID102 S LCB Model Number EA102 S YYMMDD Open for Tower / Snack ID103 S LCB Software Revision EA103 S HHMM of Open for Tower / Snack ID106 S LCB Machine ( Asset ) Number EA104 S Minutes of Opening Tower / Snack VA101 S Value of all Paid Sales ( H ) VA102 S Number of all Paid Sales ( h ) EA101 S Door Opening for Cabinet 1 Header VA103 S Value of all Paid Sales ( I ) EA102 S YYMMDD of Opening for Cab 1 VA104 S Number of all Paid Sales ( I ) EA103 S HHMM of Opening for Cab 1 VA202 S Number of Test Vends ( H ) EA104 S Minutes of Opening Cabinet 1 VA204 S Number of Test Vends ( I ) VA301 S Value of Winner ( Free ) Vends ( H ) EA101 S Door Opening for Cabinet 2 Header VA302 S # of Winner ( Free ) Vends ( H ) EA102 S YYMMDD of Opening for Cab 2 VA303 S Value of Winner ( Free ) Vends ( I ) EA103 S HHMM of Opening for Cabinet 2 VA304 S Number of Winner ( Free ) Vends ( I ) EA104 S Minutes of Opening Cabinet 2 CA302 S Value of Cash to Cashbox ( I ) CA304 S Number of Bills to Stacker ( I ) PA101 S Cabinet 1 Header CA306 S Value of Cash to Cashbox ( H ) PA201 S Number of Vends for Cabinet 1 ( H ) CA308 S Number of Bills to Stacker ( H ) PA202 S Value of Vends for Cabinet 1 ( H ) CA701 S Value of Cash Discounts ( I ) PA203 S Number of Vends for Cabinet 1 ( I ) CA702 S Value of Cash Discounts ( H ) PA204 S Value of Vends for Cabinet 1 ( I ) DA201 S Value of Card Vends ( H ) DA203 S Value of Card Vends ( I ) PA101 S Cabinet 2 Header EA201 S Number of MIS Resets Header PA201 S Number of Vends for Cabinet 2 ( H ) EA203 S Number of MIS Resets ( H ) PA202 S Value of Vends for Cabinet 2 ( H ) EA201 S Number of Machine Resets Header PA203 S Number of Vends for Cabinet 2 ( I ) EA203 S Number of Machine Resets ( H ) PA204 S Value of Vends for Cabinet 2 ( I ) MA501 S Value of Coins in Tubes Header MA502 S Value of Coins in Tubes PA101 F Selection Number 110 Header MA501 S # of Discounted Vends Header PA102 F Product Price Delection # 110 MA502 S Number of Discounted Vends ( H ) PA103 F Product Code for Selection # 110 MA503 S Number of Discounted Vends ( I ) PA104 F Spiral Count for Selection # 110 MA501 S $ of Disc for Combo Vends Header PA201 F # of Vends Selection # 110 ( H ) MA502 S $ of Discount for Combo Vends ( H ) PA202 F Value Vends Selection # 110 ( H ) MA503 S Number of Combo Vends ( H ) PA203 F # of Vends for Selection # 110 ( I ) MA504 S Value of Dicounted Vend / s ( I ) PA204 F Value Vends for Selection # 110 ( I ) MA505 S Number of Combo Vends ( I ) EA101 F Time of Last Vend Selection # 110 EA101 S Last Defrost Date for Cab 1 Header EA102 F YYMMDD Last Vend Sel # 110 EA102 S YYMMDD of Last Defrost , Cab 1 EA103 F HHMM Last Vend Selection # 110 EA 103 S HHMM of Last Defrost for Cab 1 EA 101 S Last Defrost Date for Cab 2 Header Note : PA101 - EA103 is repeated for each EA102 S YYMMDD of Last Defrost Cab 2 selection . EA103 S HHMM of Last Defrost for Cab 2 M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.06
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mis menu heading Display Pressing the + key to toggle the N ( no ) to Y ( yes ) then press ENTER will reset the interval MIS Clear MIS Data - N data . It will also increase the MIS reset field by 1 reset each time a reset is done . Tube Fill Allows you to fill the coin mech and the logic board will count the money as it goes in and continually track the coin mech inventory . This is the count the board uses when you choose tube leveling as a Payout type in the Setup menu heading . NOTE : It is not necessary to fill the coin mech in this mode unless you have changed to tube leveling . To proceed press ENTER TO = 00.00 ( XX.XX TO is the tube # of the last coin inserted ( 1 - 4 , O for a non tube coin ) 00.00 is the value of the coins in the tube shown . XX.XX is the value of coins in all tubes . Software Revision Press ENTER P030 L04.00 C117 C217 P030 is the software version of the Microprocessor on the logic board . ( large chip ) . L04.00 is the software version of the Flash Memory chip on the logic board . ( small chip ) . C117 is the software version of the Flash Memory chip on the Food Driver Board ( small chip ) in cabinet 1 . C217 is the software version of the Flash Memory chip on the Food Driver Board ( small chip ) in cabinet 2 . Setup view MIS Press ENTER and the display will prompt you with the first viewable MIS item : HTOT SALES - Y Use the < or > key to scroll through the list of viewable MIS items . Press the + key to toggle the Y ( yes ) to ( no ) to N ( no ) if you do not want the item shown to be viewed in the View MIS Menu . When you have finished making changes press ENTER for the changes to take effect . The MIS data is incremented as follows : Vend Type Field Normal Discount Token or Discount & Combo Testvend Freevend Winner Winner Winner or Token # VENDS • • • • • • $ VENDS ( Sale Price ) • • 0 0 • 0 # / PROD • • • • • • $ / PROD ( Sale Price ) • • 0 0 • 0 # / TESTVEND • # / DISCOUNT • • • $ / DISCOUNT ( Amount ) • • • ( List ) # / WINNER • • $ / WINNER ( Sale Price ) • • # / COMBO • $ / COMBO ( Discount ) • • Indicates which field is updated for a given vend type . ( List Price - Discount Amount if any = Sale Price ) Note : $ Winner accumulates sale prices of Winners . If the Winner is also Discounted , the vend is counted in # Discount and the discount is accumulated in $ Discount . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.07
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setup menu heading The Setup Menu heading contains all the Setup Menu Items in the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Setup will cause the display to be updated with Bill Escrow . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Bill Escrow Free Vend Winner Vend Multiple Vend Force Vend Combo Vend Max Payout Set Payout Type Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display Bill Escrow - N Use the + or – key to change between N , first or last . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . N - Disables bill escrow and all bills will be stacked . Pressing the coin return the customer will receive all change . First - Holds the first bill in escrow and pressing the coin return will return the bill . ( All other money added will need to be coin ) . Last - The machine will accept bills to the highest vend price , pressing the coin return will return the last bill and all other bills inserted will be returned in change . Note : Force vend overrides bill escrow . Free Vend - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . When Free vend is set to yes the display will prompt " all items are free " unless overridden by a custom point of sale message . Winner Vend - OFF To turn on Winner vend , enter a number between 1 and 500 using the selection key pad or the + and – keys . Off is between 1 and 500 . Press ENTER to commit to changes . When a customer wins an item , credit will be returned to the customer and the display will indicate * * * winner * * * . Note : When a machine is set to free vend , test vend or the second vend of a combo vend are not counted for the purposes of determoning a winner . Multiple Vend - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . If you choose Y the display will prompt : Timeout - 20 This is the amount of time the customer has to make another selection before their change is returned . During this time period the customer can make a selection , add more money to make another selection or press the coin return to receive their change . If the change due back is lest than the lowest priced item in the machine , change will be returned immediately . This time is period is settable from Five to Ninety seconds . To change the time use the selection key pad or the + and – keys . Press ENTER to commit to the time period . Force Vend - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . When Force vend is turned on , once there is enough credit established to purchased the lowest priced item in the machine , the customer must make a purchase . Note : Force vend overrides bill escrow and does not apply when debit cards are used . Combo Vend - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to enter the combo vend menu item . Timeout - 20 This is the amount of time the customer has to add more money and / or make the second selection of a combo vend . This time is period is settable from Five to Ninety seconds . To change the time use the selection key pad or the + and – keys . Press ENTER to commit to the time period . 01 XXX - YYY Free N Use the < or > to move the flashing cursor between the fields . 01 is the combo # . Use the + or – key to scroll through the combo # , a maximum of ten is supported XXX - YYY - XXX is the item selected by the customer , YYY is the item to be vended in combination with the customer - selected item . Free is the discounted price of YYY when selected after XXX is selected . Any price can be set for the second item including free . To set the price use the selection key pad or the + and – keys . Free is located below 00.05 cents . N - Use the + or – key to toggle between N ( not active ) and Y ( active ) . This allows you to program in combo vends and turn then on and off as desired . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.08
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setup menu heading Max Payout - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . Max Payout - 01.00 When to choose Y the display will show the maximum amount of money to be paid back after a vend . To change the Maximum payback amount use the selection key pad or the + and – keys . Press ENTER to commit to the Maximum payback amount . Payout - Leveling There are 3 payback options are fewest , MDB level 3 and leveling . Use the + or – key to change between the 3 different options . Press ENTER to commit to a payback option . Here is a discription of the three payback options : Fewest - This option is the factory default and will always payback the least number of coins available based on the sensors in the coin mech . Leveling - The board makes all the payback decisions based on how much money it thinks is in each tube . When using this option it is important that you teach the board how much money is in the coin mech ( use " Tube fill " menu item ) when you set up the machine . MDB Level 3 - The changer makes all the pay back decisions based up how much money it thinks is in the tubes . This option will only work with MDB coin mechs . All payback options will work with MDB also , you are not limited to this option with MBB coin mechs . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.09
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configuration menu heading The Configuration Menu heading contains all the Configuration Menu Items in the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Configuration will cause the display to be updated with Motor Pairs . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Motor Pairs Configure Load Set Temperature Set Function Keys Spiral Count Setup Printer Set Lockout Set Free Coupon Set Defrost Speech Enable Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display Motor Pairs Allows you to pair any even numbered motor may be paired with the odd numbered motor next in sequence . Pair Motor 110 N To pair motors Press the > one time this will cause the N ( no ) to start flashing . Press the + key , this will change the N to Y ( yes ) . Press the < one time this will cause the last digit in the selection number to start flashing . Key in on the selection pad the selections to be paired . After each selection number that is keyed in you will here a beep . The beep indicates that the selection number has been accepted . Pressing C \ CE at any time will clear the display as if it were a backspace key . To remove motor pairs follow the same procedure but key in the selections with the state of the motor set to N ( no ) . Configuration Allows the uploading or downloading of information to or from the logic board . Press ENTER and the Load display will prompt MasterMenu online . Use the + or – key to scroll through the following options : MasterMenu Online - is software that allows you to program a machine with a Personal Computer . See the options section of this manual for more information . TMU Upload - allows you to upload programing information to a machine for a touch memory button ( chip ) that has already been programed . TMU Download - allows you to download programing information to a touch memory button ( Chip ) , for more information on chip see the options section of this manual . Press ENTER to start the upload or download process . Upon completion the display will prompt that the download is complete . If the information can't be transferred the display will prompt transfer error or transfer disconnect . Set Temperature Press ENTER , the display will prompt : Cab1 Ambient - - - F Cab1 ( Cabinet 1 ) - Use the + or – to change between cab1 and cab 2 ( cabinet 2 ) . Use the > to move the flashing digit to Ambient . Use the + or – to change between : Ambient ( outside air temperature ) Food - the target temperature ( - - - ) will automatically change to of + 36 degrees Fahrenheit . The temperature is not adjustable when set to food . Frozen - the target temperature ( - - - ) will automatically change to of + 10 Fahrenheit . Use the + or – to change between + 10 and – 15 Fahrenheit . Chilled - ( Appears only when cabinet 1 is a snack or 128 / 129 Cabinet ) the target temperature ( - - - ) will automatically change to of + 70 Farenheit . Use the + or - to change between + 70 and + 40 Farenheit . F = Fahrenheit , use the + or – to change between F and C ( Celsius ) Press ENTER to commit to a temperature setting . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.10
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configuration menu heading Set Function Keys Allows you to change the function keys F1 - F7 or F1 - * F7 to any of 30 pre defined function keys . Press ENTER and the display will prompt : F1 - MIS Use the < or > to move the between the function key and the Menu Item . Use the + or – to change the function key or menu item assigned to that key . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . Note : Function keys can be reset to the factory defaults in the machine reset menu item . The pre - defined functions available for assignment are : Function Initial Function Key VIEW HISTORICAL MIS F1 VIEW ERRORS F2 CLEAR ERRORS F3 SET PRICE F4 CHECK PRICE F5 TEST VEND F6 TUBE FILL F7 MOTOR PAIRS * F1 SET TEMPERATURE * F2 SET TIME & DATE * F3 BILL ESCROW * F4 BAFFLE DOOR TEST * F5 TRASMIT MIS * F6 SETUP DEFROST * F7 WINNER VEND OPEN MULTI VEND OPEN COMBO VEND OPEN SET MAX PAYOUT OPEN SET PAYOUT TYPE OPEN SET LOCKOUT OPEN CONFIGURE LOAD OPEN MOTOR TEST OPEN DISCOUNT DAY / TIME OPEN DISCOUNT OPTIONS OPEN SHUTDOWN DAY / TIME OPEN SHUTDOWN OPTIONS OPEN SET USER MESSAGES OPEN OUT OF SERVICE MESSAGE OPEN AFTER SALE MESSAGE OPEN SET SCROLLING OPEN SET MENU ORDER OPEN SERIAL NUMBER OPEN M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.11
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configuration menu heading Set Spiral Count - N This menu allows you program the number of spaces in each spiral . When a selection has vended all the product out of and individual spiral the machine will prompt make another selection and will beep 6 times . When the Set Spiral count is enabled and the door is opened to service the machine the display will prompt " Stock Machine N ? " , to reset the spiral count toggle the N to Y and press ENTER . Note : you must fill all selections each time you service the machine , change the spiral count or turn off spiral count for each selection not being completely filled to work properly . This menu was implemented for locations with visually impaired customers . Some operators have also used this menu when vending high priced items . Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . When Spiral Count is set to yes the display will prompt : 00 N Press the > two times to N ( no ) Spiral 110 Press the + or – key one time to Y ( yes ) Press < one time to 00 ( spiral count ) Use the selection buttons to key in the desired count . Press < one time to 110 ( selection number ) Using the selection buttons , enter the selections to be set for the spiral count shown . Repeat the above process for all additional spiral counts to be set . Setup Printer Press ENTER to change the baud rate , parity , data , and stop bits . Baud - 9600 N81 Use the < or > key to scroll through baud rate , parity , data , and stop bits . Press the + or – key to change the flashing digit . The available parameters are : Baud rate 300 1200 2400 6900 19200 Parity None ( N ) Even ( E ) Odd ( O ) Data Bits Eight ( 8 ) Seven ( 7 ) Stop Bits One ( 1 ) Two ( 2 ) Set Lockout - N Allows you to lock out specific selections when an external key switch is activated . To enter lockout menu : Press the > one time to N ( no ) Press the + or - key one time to Y ( yes ) Press ENTER and the display will prompt : N Press the > one time to N ( no ) Lockout Sel 110 Press the + or - key one time to Y ( yes ) Press < one time to 110 ( selection number ) Use the selection buttons to key in the selections to be locked out when the external key switch is activated . Note : Wild Cards can be used when entering selections . Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) and press ENTER the display will prompt : Set Free Coupon - N N Press the > one time to N ( no ) Sel 100 Press the + or - key one time to Y ( yes ) Press < one time to 110 ( selection number ) Use the selection buttons to key in the selections to be free when a coupon is used . Note : Wild Cards can be used when entering selections . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.12
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configuration menu heading Set Defrost Allows you to customize target defrost time for cabinets 1 and 2 . It is not necessary to set this menu it is a target defrost time only . Press ENTER ant the display will prompt : Cab 1 00 : 00 at 6hrs Press the + or – key to change the flashing digit . Use the < or > key to scroll through the following : Cab1 - Use the + or – key to Toggle between Cab1 ( cabinet 1 ) and Cab2 ( cabinet 2 ) . 00 : 00 ( midnight ) - Is the target time for the defrost cycle . Use the + or – key or the selection key pad to change the target time for the defrost cycle . 6hrs - This is the amount of time between defrosts . Use the + or - key to toggle between 6 hours and 8 hours . Note : Pressing F2 on the keypad will initiate a manual defrost for the cabinet currently being displayed . Speech Synthesis - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . When Y is chosen a Voice Synthesizer can be connected to the DEX / UCS port . The Voice Synthesizer will echo the display while in the service mode . Note : When Speech Synthesis is enabled , the DEX / UCS port can no longer be used for any other communications . Set Golden Eye - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing Enter when the Y is flashing ® . will enable Golden Eye The Display will Prompt : GoldenEye Sel 110 N Press the > one time this will cause the N ( no ) start flashing . Press the + key , this will change the N toY ( yes ) . Press the < one time this will cause the last digit in the selection number to start flashing . ® . After each selection Key in on the selection pad the selection to set to work with Golden Eye number that is keyed in you will here a beep . The beep indicates that the selection number has been accepted . Pressing C \ CE at any time will clear the display as if it were a backspace key . ® Note : Pressing 1 * * will enable Golden Eye for the entire machine . ® To remove selection from working with Golden Eye follow the same procedure but key in the selections with the state of the motor set to N ( no ) . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.13
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diagnostic menu heading The Diagnostic Menu heading contains all the self - diagnostic capabilities of the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Diagnostics will cause the display to be updated with View Errors . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : View Errors Clear Errors Test Vend Test Motors Test Baffle Door Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display View Errors Pressing ENTER to will cause the first of any pending errors to be displayed . Use the < or > to sequence through the error list . Pressing F2 when viewing any error will cause the time and the date the error occurred to be shown on the display . The following lists the possible error codes ; • MOTOR XYZ STALLED • CAB X DEFROST ERROR • MOTOR XYZ STUCK HOME • BAFFLE X CURRENT • MOTOR XYZ DIDNT HOME • BAFFLE X TIMEOUT • MOTOR XYZ OFF HOME • HEALTH SHUTDN CAB X • MOTOR XYZ MISSING Clear Errors - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing ENTER , when set to Y will cause all errors to be cleared . Test Vend - N Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing ENTER , when set to Y will cause the display to prompt : Test Vend Active The Selection buttons will become active allowing test vends . Closing the door will automatically turn Test Vend off . Test Motors Press ENTER will prompt : Key in any selection number to be tested . To test the entire cabinet key in 1 * * for cabinet 1 , or 2 * * Test Motor - 110 for cabinet 2 . The test will show Motor XXX Passed / Failed for 3 seconds for every selection tested . This is a motor detection test and does not vend the motor . Test Baffle Doors Pressing ENTER will cause the display to prompt : Open door - Cab1 Use the < or > arrow to move between Open Door and Cab1 . Open Door - Use the + or – to toggle between open door and close door . Cab1 - Use the + or – to toggle between Cab1 ( cabinet 1 ) and Cab2 ( cabinet 2 ) . Pressing ENTER will cause the baffle door to perform the test shown on the display . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.14
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security menu heading Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Security will cause the display to be updated with Machine ID . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Machine ID Serial Number Password Definition Password Prompt Set Security Levels Set Product Codes Machine Reset Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display Machine Id Press ENTER to assign a machine ID number . 1234567890 Use the selection keypad to enter a Machine ID number up to 10 digits long . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . Serial Number Press ENTER to assign a machine Serial number . 0987654321 Use the selection key pad to enter a Serial number up to 10 digits long . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . Password Definition The four levels of security they are : SuperUser - highest security level Level 1 - SuperUser and level 1 have access Level 2 - SuperUser , level 1 and level 2 have access Level 3 - this is the lowest level of security and no password can be assigned . Press ENTER to change the factory passwords to custom passwords . The display will Prompt : 2222 Use the < or > arrow to move between the security level and the password . Password 2 The + or – key will toggle the flashing digit or use the selection keypad to change the numeric digits . Press ENTER to commit to the password for the security level shown on the display . Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing ENTER , when set to Y will Password Prompt - N cause the password prompt to be displayed as soon as the user attempts to press ENTER . If the password prompt is set to N ( no ) and menu items have been assigned security levels , the user must know to press ENTER , then escape to get the password prompt to appear on the display . This menu allows you to set a Security Level for each Menu Heading and Menu Item . Note : Set Security Level - N Setting a Menu Heading to a Security Level will also hide all Menu Items under the Menu Heading . The four levels of security they are : SuperUser ( S ) - highest security level . Level 1 - SuperUser and level 1 have access . Level 2 - SuperUser , level 1 and level 2 have access . Level 3 - this is the lowest level of security and no password can be assigned . Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing ENTER , when set to Y will cause the display to prompt : MIS - Is the first Menu heading . Use the < or > to scroll through the Menu Headings and Menu Items . MIS 3 3 - is the current security level for the Menu Heading or Menu Item shown on the display . Use the + or – keys to change the security level . Press ENTER to commit to security level changes . Use the + or – key to change N ( no ) to Y ( yes ) & press ENTER to test all spirals in the machine . Factory Test - N The machine will begin to vend all spirals in sequence . If a motor is not present or bad the machine will beep three times and display the bad motor . To continue with the test press ENTER . Product Codes - Manual This menu allows you to choose the format the DEX / UCS information is transferred . Use the + or – key to change between Manual & Auto , press ENTER to Set . Manual - The DEX / UCS information is transferred by Product Code . Product Codes can be assigned to a selection or number of selections . See Price setting instructions for details on manually setting product codes . Auto - The DEX / UCS information is transferred by selection ( How many times each selection was vended ) . Machine Reset - N This menu allows you to reset the machine . The Four Reset options are as follows : Messages - Resets all messages back to factory defaults . Options - Resets all set up options to factory defaults . MIS Data - Resets all MIS ( accountability ) data , interval and historical to zero . F Keys - Resets all the function keys F1 - F7 and * F1 - * F7 to factory defaults . All - Resets the entire board to the factory defaults of software in the board . Use the + or – key to change between N ( no ) and Y ( yes ) . Pressing ENTER , when set to Y will cause the display to prompt : Use the + or – key to change between the five reset options . Press ENTER to commit to the reset option . Reset - MIS The display will prompt : Use the + or – key to change N ( no ) to Y ( yes ) & press ENTER to commit to a reset . Are you Sure - N M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.15
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time functions menu heading The Time Functions Menu Heading contains all the programmable time functions in the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Time function will cause the display to be updated with Set Discount Times . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Set Discount Times Set Discount Options Set Time / Date Set Shutdown Times Set Shutdown Options Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display SET Discount times Press ENTER , the display will prompt : 00 : 00 - 00 : 00 Disc 01 is the Discount period . You can set up to 10 different Discount periods . The < or > arrow Disc 01 keys will change which digit is flashing and the + or – key will toggle the flashing digit . 00.00 - 00.00 is the time settings for the Discount . The number on the left is the time the Discount will start . The second number is the time the machine resumes normal pricing . 00.00 is midnight and all times must to be set in Military time . The times set can not be set to cross over midnight , if you are setting a machine to be Discount all night long you will need to set two Discount periods.Example : If a machine is to be Discounted from 7PM to 7AM the two Discount periods would be set as follows : Disc 01 19 : 00 - 23 : 59 Disc 02 00 : 00 - 07 : 00 Pressing ENTER when viewing a Discount will change the display to : " SMTWTFS " Uppercase letters indicate that the Discount will be active that day . The < or > arrow keys will change which digit is flashing and the + or – key will toggle the flashing digit between uppercase and lowercase . Pressing ENTER will apply the days of the week as they are currently set on the display . Example : sMTWTFs = Monday through Friday the machine will Discount , Saturday and Sunday the machine will not Discount . When all discount times are set : a . Press ESC to Exit back to the Menu item Set Discount Times . b . Press the > key one time to : Set Discount Options Press ENTER . The Display will prompt : 0.00 N 01 is referring to Discount period 1 programmed above . Discount Items 01 0.00 is the amount of discount for all items selected for discount period 01 ( example 0.05 will reduce a 0.50 cent item to 0.45 cents . the N ( no ) or Y ( yes ) indicated the current status of Discount period 1 . Use the + or - keys to toggle between N and Y . Press “ ENTER ” the display will prompt : N Press the > one time to N ( no ) 01 Discount - 110 Press < one time to 110 ( selection number ) Use the selection buttons to key in the selections to be dicounted when the discount period above is activated . Note : Wild Cards can be used when entering selections . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.16
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time functions menu heading Set Time / Date Press Enter to set the time and date . The Display will prompt . 13 : 10 18 , Jan , 00 13 : 10 ( 1 : 10 PM ) is the current time , all times are in military time . 18 , Jan , 00 is the 18th day of January 2000 . The < or > arrow keys will change which digit is flashing and the + or – key will toggle the flashing digit or use the selection keypad to change the numeric digits . Press ENTER to commit to the time shown on the display . SET Shutdown TIMES Press ENTER , The display will prompt : 00 : 00 - 00 : 00 " Shut 01 is the Shutdown period . You can set up to 10 different Shutdown periods . The < or > Shut 01 arrow keys will change which digit is flashing and the + or - key will toggle the flashing digit . 00.00 - 00.00 is the time settings for the Shutdown . The number on the left is the time the Shutdown will start and the machine will be disabled . The second number is the time the machine will turn back on . 00.00 is midnight and all times must to be set in Military time . The times set can not be set to cross over midnight , if you are setting a machine to be Shutdown all night long you will need to set two Shutdown periods . Example : If a machine is to be Shutdown from 7PM to 7AM the two Discount periods would be set as Follows : " SHUT 01 19 : 00 - 23 : 59 SHUT 02 00 : 00 - 07 : 00 Pressing ENTER when viewing a Shutdown will change the display to : SMTWTFS Upper case letters indicate that the Shutdown will be active that day . The < or > arrow keys will change which digit is flashing and the + or – key will toggle the flashing digit between uppercase and lowercase . Pressing ENTER will apply the days of the week as they are currently set on the display . Example : sMTWTFs = Monday through Friday the machine will Shutdown , Saturday and Sunday the machine will not Shutdown . When all Shutdown times are set : a . Press ESC to Exit back to the Menu item Set Shutdown Times . b . Press the > key one time to : SET SHUTDOWN OPTIONS Press ENTER . The Display will prompt . N ITEMS 01 is referring to Shutdown period 1 programmed above . SHUTDOWN ITEMS 01 The N ( no ) or Y ( yes ) indicates the current status of Shutdown period 1 . Use the + or – keys to toggle between N and Y . Press ENTER , the display will prompt : Note : If you are in a school and want to turn off the Shutdown feature for the summer and leave the times programmed , you can do this by changing the current status to N . 01 Shutdown - 110 N Press the > one time to N ( no ) Press the + or - key one time to Y ( yes ) Press < one time to 110 ( selection number ) Use the selection buttons to key in all selections to be shutdown for the shutdown period above . Wild Cards can be used when entering selections . NOTE : The Selections to be Shutdown must be selected for each Shutdown period . If all selections are to be Shutdown , the display will prompt machine not available until the time the machine is programmed to turn back on . If only specific selections are to be Shutdown the display will prompt Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( Selection numbers ) . . . . . . not available until whatever time it is programmed to turn back on . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.17
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price menu heading The Price Menu Heading contains all the pricing functions in the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Price will cause the display to be updated with Price Assignment . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Price Assignment Check Prices Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display PRICE ASSIGNMENT Press ENTER to set prices , the display will prompt : 00.50 001 110 - is the selection number , 00.50 - is the price , 001 - is the product code . 110 Press the > one time to price , use the selection buttons key in the price to be set . Note : if you are using product codes press the > one more time to price , use the selection buttons key in the product code to be set . Press the < back to the selection number , use the selection buttons key in selections to set at the price and product code shown . Repeat the above process for all prices to be set . CHECK PRICES Press ENTER to check prices currently set the display will prompt : 110 00.50 001 Use the selection buttons to key in a selection number , the current price and product code will appear on the display . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.18
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display menu heading The Display Menu Heading provides access to all the Display Menu Items in the machine . Pressing ENTER when the display indicates Display will cause the display to be updated with Set Menu Order . Use the < or > arrow keys to scroll through the following menu items : Set Menu Order Alt Language Set User Messages Set Out of Service Message Set After Sale Message Pressing ENTER when any of the above items are on the display will give you access to that Menu Item . Below is a detailed list of each of the above Menu Items : Display SET MENU ORDER This menu allows you to change the order that the Menu Headings appear on the display . Press ENTER the display will prompt : - mis Use the < or > keys to move between the Menu number and the Menu Heading . Use the + or – MENU 1 key to scroll through the available menus or to change the menu number . Press ENTER to commit to changes in the menu order . ALT LANGUAGE - N This menu allows you to use an alternate language for all messages . Use the + or – key to toggle between Y and N . N - indicates all messages will be shown in English . Y - Indicates all messages will be shown in the alternate language programmed by MasterMenu Online . Press ENTER to commit to any changes . SET USER MESSAGE Use this menu to program up to three different user messages . Press ENTER and the display will prompt : EDIT Use the < or > keys to move between the fields . POS - F Use the + or – key to toggle between : POS - F , POS - A , POS - B and POS - C . POS - F stands for the factory message ; this message is not changeable . POS - A / B / C are the three messages that can be programmed . Pressing the ENTER key when the display prompts POS - A Edit allows you to program message A . The display will prompt : USER MESSAGE # 1 Note : this is a two step process , first you need to Edit ( program ) a message ( s ) then you need to set the message to be active . To Edit the current message : Use the + or – keys to scroll through the Upper and Lower case letters , the numbers 0 - 9 and a number of special characters including a blank space . Use the < or > to move the flashing cursor to the left or right . Start your message by overwriting the current message ( User Message # 1 ) . Pressing the INS ( insert ) key will allow you to insert a character to the left of the flashing digit . Pressing the Del ( delete ) key will delete the flashing character . When the message is complete press ENTER . There is no start or end character required . Note : this message will be stored and must be set for the message to become active . To Set a Message : POS - A SET Use the + or – key to toggle the display to the message to be set ( F , A , B or C ) . Press the > one time and the T in the word edit will start flashing . Press the + or – key one tome and the word set will appear . Press ENTER and the POS message shown will be set . Note : if the message contains more characters than can be shown on the display the display will scroll . If the message is shorter than the display and you still want it to scroll you need to add blank spaces to the end of the message until the message starts to run off the display . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.19
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display menu heading SET OUT OF SERVICE This menu allows you to set an out of service message . The out of service message is added on to the end of the machines out of service message . Press ENTER and the display will go blank with a flashing cursor . Use the + or – keys to scroll through the Upper and Lower case letters , the numbers 0 - 9 and a number of special characters including a blank space . Use the < or > to move the flashing cursor to the left or right Press ENTER and the Out of Service message shown will be set . SET AFTER SALE MESSAGE This menu allows you to set an After Sale Message . Start your message by overwriting the current message ( Thank You Very Much ) . Press ENTER and the display will prompt : THANK YOU VERY MUCH Use the + or – keys to scroll through the upper and lower case letters , the numbers 0 - 9 and a number of special characters including a blank space . Use the < or > to move the flashing cursor to the left or right . Press ENTER and the After Sale Message shown will be set . M I S MENU SETUP MENU CONFIGURATION MENU DIAGNOSTIC MENU SECURITY MENU TIME FUNCTIONS PRICE MENU DISPLAY MENU 4.20
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section 5 - parts Door - Inside Front Odyssey Door - Inside Front Cabinet 5.03 5.01 5.05 Cabinet 120 / Swing Panel 120 / Power Supply Box Logic Board 5.07 5.09 5.11 5.13 Convertible Shelf Candy Shelf Gum & Mint Shelf Snack Shelf 5.19 5.17 5.21 5.15 Chill Machine Supplement 123 Trim Chill Machine Supplement Delivery Bin 5.25 5.29 5.27 5.23 123 Trim & Panels Odyssey 123 Panels 123 Panels 5.35 5.31 5.33
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door square & euro - inside front 38 5.01
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door , square & euro - inside front Description Key 121 - 122 121B - 122B 122D ONLY 121A - 122A 121C - 122C 1 Door Only , Standard , Specify Color . ( Square Corners ) 600808 16000183 Door Only , Standard Chilled , Specify Color . ( Square Corners ) 16000017 16600189 Door Only , European Style , Specify Color . ( Rounded Corners ) 600809 16000195 Door Only , European Style Chilled , Specify Color . ( Rounded Corners ) 16000071 16600196 Door Only , Validator Hole & Debit Card ( Square Corners ) 600808 - 1 16000183 - 01 2 Bezel Ring Black 440444 440444 - 2 Bezel Ring Gray 440444 - 1 440444 - 3 4 Carriage Bolt # 10 - 24 . 118 - 10 - 4 118 - 10 - 4 5 T - Handle , Lock Arm Assembly . ( Chrome ) 660319 - 1 660319 T - Handle , Lock Arm Assembly . ( Low Profile , Brushed ) 16600254 - 01 16600254 T - Handle Only W Nut ( Chrome ) 420146 420146 T - Handle Only W Nut ( Low Profile , Brushed ) 17200002 17200002 6 Nut , Hex # 10 - 24 404 - 10 404 - 10 7 Screw Pan HD . Phil . Type 23 . # 6 - 32x1 / 4 276 - 6R4 276 - 6R4 8 T - Handle Lock Arm Only 640123 640131 9 Lock Bar Spring . 400112 400112 10 Lock Bar Assembly 600432 - 3 600432 - 3 11 Coin Cup Trim , Black . 440411 440411 Coin Cup Trim . Euro Gray 440411 - 1 440411 - 1 Coin Cup Front Assembly , Black.Includes Trim , Door , Pin & Spring . 660581 660581 Coin Cup Front Assembly , . Grey . Includes Trim , Door , Pin & Spring 660581 - 1 660581 - 1 12 Coin Cup Only ( Standard ) Domestic . 202810 202810 Security Plate to convert standard coin cup to security coin cup for machines sel # 12000348 12000348 12X02335000 and higher . Security Coin Cup , Domestic . 16600280 16600280 Coin Cup with Striker Assembly , Export 660683 660683 Striker , Export 202815 202815 Spring Only for Striker Door Switch 400188 400188 13a Ferrule 420144 420144 13b Screw # 8 x 3 / 8 305 - 8R6 305 - 8R6 14 Screw , RD . HD . Phil . Type B # 6 x 11 / 16 . 201 - 6R11 201 - 6R11 Trim Screws ( Not Shown ) . Screw Rd Hd . Phillips Type B ( 6 - 18 x 7 / 16 ) . 201 - 6R7 201 - 6R7 Trim Screws ( Not Shown ) . Screw Rd.Hd . Phillips Type A ( 6 - 18 x 3 / 8 ) . 200 - 6R6 200 - 6R6 15 Screw , Pan Hd.Phil . Type 23 # 8 - 32 x 3 / 8 . 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 Front Window . ( 44 5 / 8 x 21 - 9 / 16 x 1 / 8 ) NOTE : Replacement Glass Must Be Hard Tempered or Lexan Only . 750141 - 1 750141 - 1 16a ( Can only be used on a machine ordered from the factory with an thermal window installed ) . 750141 - 7 750141 - 7 Thermal Window 16b 16c Decal . " Cool - Cool " ( Not Shown ) 460570 460570 17 Bottom Window Clamp 201385 201385 18 Window Clamp – Lock Side 202118 202118 19 Lower Pivot Plate Assembly 640157 640154 20 Screw , Flat Hd . Socket # 1 / 2 Long . ( 2 each on large door ) 420003 - 1 420003 - 1 21 Washer , Brass . ( 1 1 / 16 ) Qty . 2 420010 - 19 420010 - 19 22 Screw , Flat Hd . Socket 3 / 4 Long . ( 1 each on both large & small door ) 420003 420003 23 Door Stop Anchor . Nut , Special . 300151 300156 24a Door Stop Rod , Ambient . 400090 400095 24b Door Stop Rod , Chilled . 400090 400192 25 Washer 1 1 / 8 OD . 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 26 Screw Hex . HD . Cap 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 . 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 27 Delivery Bin Assembly . See Page # 5.25 For Itemized Parts . 29 Screw Pan Hd . Phil . Type B # 8 x 5 / 8 . 217 - 8R10 217 - 8R10 30 Shield & Window Clamp Pivot Side . 201381 - 3 201381 - 3 31 Window Edging ( Order Per Inches ) . 134 " Total . 460436 460436 32 Starter , FS - 25 380023 380023 33 Lamp Harness Assembly . 680512 680512 34 Fluorescent Lamp F18T8 / CW / K24 . 380022 - 5 380022 - 5 Light Cord ( Not Shown ) . 680456 680456 35 Screw Rd.Hd.Slot Mach . # 4 - 36 x 3 / 4 . 420062 - 1 420062 - 1 36 Coin Cup Door . 440412 440412 37 Trim Screws , Screw Rd . Hd . Phillips Type A ( 6 - 18 x 3 / 8 ) . 2016R7 2016R7 38 Function Key Decal 460756 460756 5.02
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odyssey door - inside front 30 2 1 31 , 32 , 33 35 17 7 9 6 14 a , b 4 a , b , c 16 19 5 15 20 21 10 22 18 23 34 24 27 25 26 13 27 18 11 a , b , c 12 29 28 29 5.03
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odyssey door - inside front Description Key 121 - 122 121B - 122B 122D ONLY 121A - 122A 121C - 122C 1 Door Only , Ambient , Odyssey . 16000037 16000202 Door Only , Thermal , Odyssey . 16000037 - 01 16000202 - 01 2 Bezel Ring , Odyssey . 38527 38527 4a T - Handle & Lock Arm Assembly . 16600114 16600114 4b T - Handle with Nut . 38332 - 1 38332 - 1 4c Spacer , T - Handle . 22000190 22000190 5 T - Handle , Lock Arm . 16400013 16400012 6 Carriage Bolt # 10 - 24 . 118 - 10 - 8 118 - 10 - 8 7 Hex Nut # 10 - 24 . 404 - 10 404 - 10 9 Lock Bar Spring . 400112 400112 10 Lock Bar Assembly . 600432 - 3 16800093 11a Coin Cup . 16000051 16000051 11b Coin Cup Door . 38529 38529 11c Coin Cup Axel Pin . 38530 38530 12 Door Gasket Foam 1 / 4 x 1 / 4 . 460041 460041 13 Hole Plug . 420040 - 9 420040 - 9 Note : Replacement Glass Must Be Hard Tempered or Lexan Only . 750141 - 1 750141 - 1 14a Front Window ( 44 - 5 / 8 X 21 - 9 / 16 X 1 / 8 ) Thermal Window ( Can Only Be Used On A Machine Ordered From The Factory 750141 - 7 750141 - 7 With A Thermal Window Installed ) . Decal " Cool - Cool " ( not shown ) 460570 460570 14b Window Edging ( order per inches ) 143 Total . 460436 460436 15 Bottom Window Clamp . 201461 - 1 201461 - 1 16 Lower Window Support . 201462 - 1 201462 - 1 17 Vertical Window Clamp ( Lock and Pivot Side ) . 12000193 12000193 19 Door Stop Rod Ambient . 400090 400095 Door Stop Rod Chilled . 400090 400192 20 Screw Hex Head , 1 / 4 - 20 X 1 / 2 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 21 Washer , 1 1 / 8 OD . 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 22 Door Stop Anchor . Nut , Special . 300151 300156 23 Washer 1 1 / 8 OD . 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 24 Lower Pivot Plate Assembly 640157 640154 25 Screw , Flat Hd . Socket # 1 / 2 Long . ( 2 each on large door ) 420003 - 1 420003 - 1 26 Screw Hex . HD . Cap 1 / 4 - 20 x 1 / 2 . 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 27 Delivery Bin Assembly . See Page # 5.25 For Itemized Parts . 29 Screw Pan Hd . Phil . Type B # 8 x 5 / 8 . 217 - 8R10 217 - 8R10 30 Shield & Window Clamp Pivot Side . 201381 - 3 201381 - 3 31 Window Edging ( Order Per Inches ) . 134 " Total . 460436 460436 32 Starter , FS - 25 380023 380023 33 Lamp Harness Assembly . 680512 680512 34 Fluorescent Lamp F18T8 / CW / K24 . 380022 - 5 380022 - 5 Light Cord ( Not Shown ) . 680456 680456 35 Screw Rd.Hd.Slot Mach . # 4 - 36 x 3 / 4 . 420062 - 1 420062 - 1 36 Coin Cup Door . 440412 440412 37 Trim Screws , Screw Rd . Hd . Phillips Type A ( 6 - 18 x 3 / 8 ) . 2016R7 2016R7 38 Function Key Decal 460756 460756 5.04
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cabinet 5.05
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121 - 122 cabinet 121C & 122C 121 & 122 121A & 122A 122D Description Above Serial # Key Below Serial # 121B & 122B 12XC02xxxxxx 12X99090000 1 121 Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . Specify Color . 750101 - 5 750101 - 8 17500025 N / A Chilled Machine Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . Specify Color . N / A 750101 - 11 17500025 - 05 N / A 121 122 Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . Specify Color . 750101 - 6 750101 - 9 17500025 - 01 17500025 - 10 122 Chilled Machine Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . Specify Color . N / A 750101 - 12 17500025 - 06 17500025 - 11 2 Leg Assembly Rear , Specify Color . 600195 600195 600195 600195 3 Screw , Hex Head , ( 5 / 16 – 18 X _ ) 420187 420187 420187 420187 4 Leg Leveler . 300103 300103 300103 300103 Leg Leveler Bolt " Multisnack " . 660599 660599 660599 660599 5 Front Leg Assembly , Pivot Side , Specify Color . 600302 600302 600302 600302 6 Lower Hinge Support , Specify Color . 202088 202088 202088 202088 7 Washer ( 1 - 1 / 4 ) . 420010 - 18 420010 - 18 420010 - 18 420010 - 18 8 Screw , Flat Head ( 1 / 4 – 20 X _ ) 420003 420003 420003 420003 9 Lower Door Plate Assembly , Specify Color . 640157 640157 640157 640154 10 Door Stop Anchor 300156 300156 300156 300156 11 Door Stop Rod , Ambient 400090 400090 400090 400095 Door Stop Rod , Chilled 400090 400090 400090 400192 12 Washer 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 420010 - 10 13 Screw , Hex Head Machine , ( 1 / 4 – 20 X _ ) 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 114 - 41 - 8 14 Door Stop Plate 200940 200940 200940 201042 Friction Pad N / A N / A N / A 420204 15 Screw , Pan Head , ( 8 - 32 X 3 / 8 ) 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 17 Gum & Mint Deflector . 202065 - 1 12000038 - 01 12000038 - 01 12000038 - 01 18 Gum and Mint Receptacle only 380230 N / A N / A N / A 19 Mounting Bracket for Gum and Mint Receptacle 201415 N / A N / A N / A 21 Front Leg Assembly , Lock Side . 600197 600197 600197 600197 22 Cash Box Support . 202809 202809 202809 202809 23 Assembly , Cash Box Mounting . 16600150 - 01 16600150 - 01 16600150 - 01 16600150 - 01 24 Cash Box . 600179 - 1 600179 - 1 600179 - 1 600179 - 1 25 Gum & Mint Tray Catch 201453 12000006 12000006 12000006 26 Nut ( 1 / 4 - 28 ) 437 - 41 437 - 41 437 - 41 437 - 41 27 Gum & Mint Tray Slide . 440278 440278 440278 440278 28 Screw , Shelf Roller . 300137 300137 300137 300137 29 Assembly Complete , Gum & Mint Support , Left . 121 660439 - 3 16600039 - 03 16600039 - 03 N / A Rail , Gum & Mint Support , Left . 121 202064 - 3 12000061 - 03 12000061 - 03 N / A Assembly Complete , Gum & Mint Support , Left . 122 660439 - 1 16600039 - 01 16600039 - 01 16600039 - 01 Rail , Gum & Mint Support , Left . 122 202064 - 1 12000061 - 01 12000061 - 01 12000061 - 01 30 Assembly Complete , Gum & Mint Support , Right 121 660439 - 2 16600039 - 02 16600039 - 02 N / A Rail , Gum & Mint Support , Right . 121 202064 - 2 12000061 - 02 12000061 - 02 N / A Assembly Complete , Gum & Mint Support , Right 122 660439 16600039 16600039 16600039 Rail , Gum & Mint Support , Right 122 202064 12000061 12000061 12000061 31 Door Catch Assembly . 600433 600433 600433 600433 32 Hex Nut ( 8 - 32 ) . 404 - 4 404 - 4 404 - 4 404 - 4 33 Harness , Fan . 680456 680456 680456 680456 34 Fan Housing only . 202072 202072 202072 202072 35 Kit , Fan add on 117 Volt . Includes items 32 - 37 . 750102 - 4 750102 - 4 750102 - 4 750102 - 4 Fan Motor Only , 120 Volt . 360122 - 2 360122 - 2 360122 - 2 360122 - 2 Kit , Fan add on 240 Volt . Includes items 32 - 37 . 750102 - 5 750102 - 5 750102 - 5 750102 - 5 Fan Motor Only , 230 Volt . 360122 - 3 360122 - 3 360122 - 3 360122 - 3 36 Screen Bracket . 202070 202070 202070 202070 Cover Plate ( used with no fan ) , Not Shown . 16400024 16400024 16400024 16400024 37 Screen . 202071 202071 202071 202071 37B Louver . 640178 640178 640178 640178 38 Nut , _ X 20 . 438 - 41 438 - 41 438 - 41 438 - 41 39 Upper Hinge Assembly , Specify Color . 640150 640150 640150 640107 - 1 40 Screw , Flat Head , ( 1 / 4 - 20 X _ ) . 420003 - 01 420003 - 01 420003 - 01 420003 - 01 43 Lock and Cam w / 2 Keys , Cash Box . 750097 750097 750097 750097 5.06
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cabinet 14A 5.07
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121 - 122 cabinet 121A & 122A 121B & 122B 121C & 122C 121 & 122 Between S / N 122D Above Serial # Above Serial # Description Key Below Serial # 12XA990900 12XB01043000 12XC02xxxxxx 12X99090000 12XA01042200 1 121 Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . 750101 - 5 750101 - 8 750101 - 8 17500025 N / A Specify Color . 121 Chilled Machine Cabinet Assembly Complete , N / A 750101 - 11 750101 - 11 17500025 - 05 N / A with Legs . Specify Color . 122 Cabinet Assembly Complete , with Legs . 750101 - 6 750101 - 9 750101 - 9 17500025 - 01 17500025 - 10 Specify Color 122 Chilled Machine Cabinet Assembly Complete , N / A 750101 - 12 750101 - 12 17500025 - 06 17500025 - 11 with Legs . Specify Color 2 Drive Pin 440142 - 2 440142 - 2 N / A N / A N / A 3 Cabinet Back Harness , Assembly Complete 5,6 & 7 Kit # 17500015 16600085 16600127 16600127 16600127 Shelf with Expander Plug . Cabinet Back Harness , Assembly Complete 6 & 7 Shelf . 660442 - 1 660442 - 1 N / A N / A N / A Cabinet Back Harness , Assembly Complete 5 Shelf . 660442 660442 N / A N / A N / A 4 Cabinet Receptacle Mounting Bracket Only 202177 202177 12000173 12000173 12000173 5 Screw Pan Head , ( 8 - 32 X 3 / 8 ) 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 6 Assembly , Shelf Cabinet Track 122 , Left 640177 640177 640177 640177 640177 Assembly , Shelf Cabinet Track 121 , Left 640177 - 2 640177 - 2 640177 - 2 640177 - 2 640177 - 2 7 Door Filler , Specify Color . 202821 202821 202821 202821 202821 8 Gum & Mint Filler , Use with no Gum & Mints . 12000121 - 02 12000121 - 03 12000121 - 03 12000121 - 03 12000121 - 03 11 Assembly , Shelf Cabinet Track 122 , Right 640177 - 1 640177 - 1 640177 - 1 640177 - 1 640177 - 1 Assembly , Shelf Cabinet Track 121 , Right 640177 - 3 640177 - 3 640177 - 3 640177 - 3 640177 - 3 12 Power Inlet Cord Only , Domestic . 16800052 16800052 16800052 16800052 16800052 Power Inlet Cord with Plate , Domestic . 16600098 16600098 16600098 16600098 16600098 See Page 5.16 for a complete list of Power Cords 13 Strain Relief Bushing . 380052 - 3 380052 - 3 380052 - 3 380052 - 3 380052 - 3 14 Cord Plate , Power Inlet . 202270 202270 202070 202070 202070 14a Expander Mounting Plate . 14400016 14400016 14400016 14400016 14400016 15 Assembly Complete , Light Ballast & Filter , 117 Volt . 16600092 16600092 16600092 16600092 16600092 Assembly Complete , Light Ballast & Filter , 230 Volt . 16600092 - 03 16600092 - 03 16600092 - 03 16600092 - 03 16600092 - 03 16 Line Filter 380303 380303 380303 380303 380303 17 Nut Hex Head ( 6 - 32 ) 404 - 6 404 - 6 404 - 6 404 - 6 404 - 6 18 Ballast only , 117 Volt . 680514 680514 680514 680514 680514 Ballast only , 230 Volt . 680513 - 2 680513 - 2 680513 - 2 680513 - 2 680513 - 2 19 Screw , Pan Head , ( 6 - 32 X 3 / 8 ) 276 - 6R6 276 - 6R6 276 - 6R6 276 - 6R6 276 - 6R6 21 Pop Rivet 420078 - 1 420078 - 1 420078 - 1 420078 - 1 420078 - 1 22 Shelf Support , Front Left . 202120 12000062 12000062 12000062 12000062 5.08
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120 / swing panel 2 14 1 12 15 3 13 11 5 4 23 7 6 10 20 17 18 22 8 19 21 24 9 23 25 26 27 23 31 32 28 33 29 23 23 35 30 5.09
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120 / swing panel Description Key 121A - 122A 121C - 122C - 122D 121B - 122B 121 - 122 1 Swing Panel Assembly Complete W / O Logic Board . ( Black ) 660681 660681 660681 16600244 Swing Panel Assembly Complete W / O Logic Board . ( Euro Gray ) 660681 - 1 660681 - 1 660681 - 1 16600244 - 01 Swing Panel Assembly Complete W / O Logic Board . ( Odyssey ) 660681 - 2 660681 - 2 660681 - 2 16600244 - 02 Swing Panel Weldment , Specify Color . 600812 600812 600812 16000146 2 Door Switch and Harness Assembly . 660266 660266 660266 660266 3 Selector Bezel – Black 440442 440442 440442 440442 Selector Bezel – Lt Gray 440442 - 1 440442 - 1 440442 - 1 440442 - 1 Selector Bezel - Dk Gray . ( Odyssey ) 440442 - 2 440442 - 2 440442 - 2 440442 - 2 4 Api Logo – Lt Gray . 17400102 - 01 17400102 - 01 17400102 - 01 17400102 - 01 Api Logo – Dk Gray . 17400102 17400102 17400102 17400102 5 Display Lens . 440310 440310 440310 440310 6 Pal Nut _ " Self Threading . 18443 18443 18443 18443 7 Selection Buttons Braille – Dark Gray . 14400015 14400015 14400015 14400015 Selection Buttons Braille – Lt Gray . 14400015 - 01 14400015 - 01 14400015 - 01 14400015 - 01 8 Coin Insert – Dark Gray ( USA , El Salvador , Ethiopia , Tahiti ) . 440445 440445 440445 440445 Coin Insert – Dark Gray ( Chile , Brazil , France , Germany , Taiwan ) . 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 Coin Insert – Dark Gray ( UK , Turkey , Panama , Columbia , China , Peru , 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 Sweden , South Africa , Saudi Arabia ) . Coin Insert – Dark Gray ( Belgium , Spain , Argentina , Canada ) . 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 Coin Insert – Dark Gray ( Australia , New Zealand , Italy , Lebanon , Mexico , 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 Holland , Israel , Malaysia , Tunisia , Singapore , Oman , Uruguay , Denmark , Philippines , United Arab Emirate ) . Coin Insert – LT Gray ( USA , El Salvador , Ethiopia , Tahiti ) . 440445 440445 440445 440445 Coin Insert – LT Gray ( Chile , Brazil , France , Germany , Taiwan ) . 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 440445 - 1 Coin Insert – LT Gray ( UK , Turkey , Panama , Columbia , China , Peru , Sweden , 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 440445 - 2 South Africa , Saudi Arabia ) . Coin Insert – LT Gray ( Belgium , Spain , Argentina , Canada ) . 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 440445 - 3 Coin Insert – LT Gray ( Australia , New Zealand , Italy , Lebanon , Mexico , 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 440445 - 4 Holland , Israel , Malaysia , Tunisia , Singapore , Oman , Uruguay , Denmark , Philippines , United Arab Emirate ) . 9 Selector Switch ( MasterMenu Keypad ) . 360253 360253 360253 360253 Braille Overlay , Selection Switch ( Not Shown ) 17400008 17400008 17400008 17400008 10 Selection Switch Extension Cable . 680633 680633 680633 680633 11 Board Standoff . 420394 420394 420394 420394 12 Logic Board , See Page 5.15 360276 360276 360276 360276 13 Board Mounting Screw , 8 X 3 / 8 Plastite . 305 - 8R6 305 - 8R6 305 - 8R6 305 - 8R6 14 Board Cover W / O Decal . 202802 202802 202802 202802 15 Decal , Board Cover . 460734 460734 460734 460734 17 Display Board . 360244 360244 360244 360244 18 Insulator , Display Board . 360256 360256 360256 360256 19 Screw , Display Board Mounting . 200 - 6R6 200 - 6R6 200 - 6R6 200 - 6R6 20 Validator Blocking Plate , Black . 680580 680580 680580 680580 Validator Blocking Plate , Lt Gray . 680580 - 1 680580 - 1 680580 - 1 680580 - 1 Validator Blocking Plate , Dk Gray . ( Odyssey ) 680580 - 2 680580 - 2 680580 - 2 680580 - 2 21 Coin Chute Bracket . 201712 201712 201712 201712 22 8 - 32 Hex Nut . 404 - 8 404 - 8 404 - 8 404 - 8 23 Screw , 8 - 32 X 3 / 8 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 276 - 8R6 24 Coin Chute . 440311 440311 440311 440311 25 Coin Return Assembly . 660682 660682 660682 660682 26 Coin Return Button – Dark Gray 440289 440289 440289 440289 Coin Return Button – Milled , Card Only . 440289 - 1 440289 - 1 440289 - 1 440289 - 1 Coin Return Button – Black . 440281 - 2 440281 - 2 440281 - 2 440281 - 2 27 Coin Return Bracket . 201660 201660 201660 201660 28 Coin Chute Assembly , Water Diverter . 660488 660488 660488 660488 29 Coin Chute . 14400008 14400008 14400008 14400008 30 Assembly Complete , Coin Chute . ( 2 pieces ) 750182 750182 750182 750182 31 Odyssey Coin Chute Assembly . ( 2 pieces ) 166000069 166000069 166000069 166000069 32 Hole Snap Bushing . 420040 - 3 420040 - 3 420040 - 3 420040 - 3 33 Nut , _ - 28 Keps . 437 - 41 437 - 41 437 - 41 437 - 41 34 Harness Mounting Bracket ( Micromech ) . Not Shown . 202024 202024 202024 202024 5.10
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