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Product Manual SET - UP and INSTALLATION OPERATING SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING PARTS DO NOT REMOVE MANUAL FROM MACHINE Automatic Products ♦ 165 Bridgepoint Drive ♦ South St . Paul MN 55075 Studio Series V2.8 0408 Part # 17500049
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.01 Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.01 Unpacking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.02 Leveling the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.02 Door Hinge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.03 Set Up Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.04 Optional Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.01 Refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.02 Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.01 Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.01 Lighting System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.01 Main Product Shelves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.01 Delivery Bin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.01 Vend Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.02 Logic Board & Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.03 Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.03 Coin Mechs , Validators and Card Readers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.03 Golden Eye ® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.04 Operating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Power Up State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Motor Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Credit Accumulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.01 Vend Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Change Payback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Use Correct Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Token Vends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Accountability Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Shutdowns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 DEX / UCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.02 Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.01 Service Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.03 Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.01 Service / Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7.01 To achieve the most trouble - free operation from your Studio Series Merchandiser , it is highly 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 AP distributor or write directly to : Product Support Group Automatic Products 165 Bridgepoint Drive St . Paul , MN 55107 USA 651 - 288 - 2975 651 - 288 - 2971 ( fax ) © 2005 Automatic Products ii
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Features FEATURES OF THE STUDIO MERCHANDISER SCROLLING DISPLAY STANDARD FEATURES � Up to 100 selections . � User friendly two - line scrolling display to help � Multi drop buss capabilities ( MDB ) . with the selection process and provide � Extensive diagnostics capabilities . customer feedback . � Friendly text - based interface . � User programmable point of sale and � Flexible spiral spacing for large products . operational messages . � Eight - point star drive motor . � Dex / UCS compatible . � 2 line display with 20 characters on each line . � Food / Frozen hosting . � Real time clock . OPTIONS � Machine reset capability . � Point of sale window . � Chime . � Delivery bin cushion . � Base kit . PRICING � Lexan window . � Global pricing by machine or by shelf . � Extensive accountability , including all NOISE LEVEL discounts and free vends . Operates at less than 70 db ( A ) . � Shutdown capabilities � Combo vends . ACCEPTABLE AMBIENT OPERATING � Programmable spiral count . TEMPERATURE RANGE . � Upload and download capabilities for pricing All equipment manufactured by Automatic and set up . Products . Is designed to work properly in � Programmable maximum payout . a temperature range of 10 ° C to 38 ° C ( 50 ° F to 100 ° F ) in still air ( 75 % R.H . non - condensing ) . The machine is being stored in a temperature range of - 18 ° C to 68 ° C ( 0 ° F to 155 ° F ) . Studio Series V2.8 0408 v
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INTRODUCTION The Studio Series features simple operation and built in flexibility , as well as extensive diagnostics and error reporting facilities to provide ease of maintenance . HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL This manual is divided into seven basic parts : 1 . Unpacking and Installation . 2 . Optional Equipment & Refrigeration 3 . Components and Refrigeration . 4 . Operating System . 5 . Programming 6 . Parts 7 . 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 require 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 . S T 3 C 0 5 3 6 5 0 0 1 � � � � Sequential build number Starts at 001 every day . st Numerical day of the year – Jan 1 = 001 , Dec 31 = 365 . Year 01 – Last two digits of the year . First digits indicate model . Example shown is a ST3C ( Studio 3 with chiller ) Glassfront Merchandiser – The machine identification may contain up to six characters dependent upon the model . Suffixes C – Indicates a chilled machine . E – Indicates a machine built specifically for export outside of North America . Serial Number Identification Chart iv
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Features FEATURES OF THE STUDIO MERCHANDISER SCROLLING DISPLAY STANDARD FEATURES � Up to 100 selections . � User friendly two - line scrolling display to help � Multi drop buss capabilities ( MDB ) . with the selection process and provide � Extensive diagnostics capabilities . customer feedback . � Friendly text - based interface . � User programmable point of sale and � Flexible spiral spacing for large products . operational messages . � Eight - point star drive motor . � Dex / UCS compatible . � 2 line display with 20 characters on each line . � Food / Frozen hosting . � Real time clock . OPTIONS � Machine reset capability . � Point of sale window . � Chime . � Delivery bin cushion . � Base kit . PRICING � Lexan window . � Global pricing by machine or by shelf . � Extensive accountability , including all NOISE LEVEL discounts and free vends . Operates at less than 70 db ( A ) . � Shutdown capabilities � Combo vends . ACCEPTABLE AMBIENT OPERATING � Programmable spiral count . TEMPERATURE RANGE . � Upload and download capabilities for pricing All equipment manufactured by Automatic and set up . Products . Is designed to work properly in � Programmable maximum payout . a temperature range of 10 ° C to 38 ° C ( 50 ° F to 100 ° F ) in still air ( 75 % R.H . non - condensing ) . The machine is being stored in a temperature range of - 18 ° C to 68 ° C ( 0 ° F to 155 ° F ) . Studio Series V2 . 8006 v
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Specifications Studio 3 Domestic Domestic Export Export Specifications Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Height 72 " / 183 cm 72 " / 183 cm 72 " / 183 cm 72 " / 183 cm Width 38.875 " / 99 cm 38.875 " / 99 cm 38.875 " / 99 cm 38.875 " / 99 cm Depth 35 " / 89 cm 35 " / 89 cm 35 " / 89 cm 35 " / 89 cm Floor Space 9.5 Sq . Ft . / . 88 Sq Meter 9.5 Sq . Ft . / . 88 Sq Meter 9.5 Sq . Ft . / . 88 Sq Meter 9.5 Sq . Ft . / . 88 Sq Meter Container Size 72.5 Cu Ft . / 2.05 Cu 72.5 Cu Ft . / 2.05 Cu 72.5 Cu Ft . / 2.05 Cu 72.5 Cu Ft . / 2.05 Cu Meter Meter Meter Meter Voltage ( AC ) 120V 120V 230V 230V Hertz 60Hz 60Hz 50Hz 50Hz Standby Amperes 0.7A 0.7A . 35A . 35A Running Amperes 3A 12A 3A 6A Watts 360W 1440W 345W 1380W Refrigerant Type N / A 134A N / A 134A Refrigerant Charge N / A 9.0 oz / 0.25 Kg N / A 9.0 oz / 0.25 Kg High Side Test Pressure N / A 230 psi N / A 230 psi Low Side Test Pressure N / A 133 psi N / A 133 psi Shipping Weight 555 lbs / 252 kg 700 lbs / 318 kg 550 lbs / 252 kg 635 lbs / 288 kg Specifications Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 1 Studio 2 Studio 2 Studio 2 Studio 2 Domestic Domestic Export Export Domestic Domestic Export Export Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Height 72 " 183 cm 72 " 183 cm Width 33.5 " 88 cm 33.5 " 88 cm Depth 27.625 " 70.167 cm 35 " 89cm 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 . 35A 0.7A . 35A 0.7A Amperes Running 3A 12A 1.5A 6A 3A 12A 1.5A 6A Amperes Watts 360W 1440W 345W 1380W 360W 1440W 345W 1380W Refrigerant Type N / A 134A N / A 134A N / A 134A N / A 134A Refrigerant N / A 9.0 oz N / A 9.0 oz N / A 9.0 oz N / A 9.0 oz Charge 0.255 Kg 0.255 Kg 0.255 Kg 0.255 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 440 lbs 550 lbs 440 lbs 550 lbs 495 lbs 620 lbs 495 lbs 620 lbs 200 kg 249 kg 220 kg 249 kg 225 kg 281 kg 225 kg 281 kg Studio Series V2.6 1006 vi
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Specifications Specifications Studio 5 Studio 5 Studio 5 Studio 5 Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 Studio 4 Domestic Domestic Export Export Domestic Domestic Export Export Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Ambient Chilled Height 72 " 183 cm 72 " 183 cm Width 33.5 " 88 cm 38.875 " / 99 cm Depth 27.625 " 70.167 cm 35 " / 89 cm Floor Space 6.4 Sq . Ft . . 59 Sq Meter 9.5 Sq . Ft . / . 88 Sq Meter Container Size 45.5 Cu Ft . 1.29 Cu Meter 72.5 Cu Ft . / 2.05 Cu Meter Voltage ( AC ) 120V 230V 120V 230V Hertz 60Hz 50Hz 60Hz 50Hz Standby . 35A 0.7A . 35A 0.7A Amperes Running 3A 12A 3A 6A 3A 12A 3A 6A Amperes Watts 360W 1440W 345W 1380W 360W 1440W 345W 1380W Refrigerant Type 134A 134A 134A 134A 134A 134A 134A 134A Refrigerant 9.5 oz 10.3 oz 9.5 oz 10.3 oz 9.5 oz 10.3 oz 9.5 oz 10.3 oz Charge 0.28 Kg 0.29 Kg 0.28 Kg 0.29 Kg 0.28 Kg 0.29 Kg 0.28 Kg 0.29 Kg High Side Test 190 psi 200 psi 190 psi 200 psi 190 psi 200 psi 190 psi 200 psi Pressure Low Side Test 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi 133 psi Pressure Shipping Weight 500 lbs 227 kg 640 lbs 290 kg ST 1 & 5 ST 1 & 5 ST 2 , 3 & 4 ST 2 , 3 & 4 SNACK SPIRALS CANDY SPIRALS SNACK SPIRALS CANDY SPIRALS 4 – Item Spiral 3 ” 3 – Item Spiral 3 - 5 / 8 ” 5 - Item Spiral 4 - 1 / 8 ” 5 – Item Spiral 4 - 1 / 8 ” 6 – Item Spiral 2 - 3 / 32 ” 4 – Item Spiral 2 - 15 / 16 ” 6 – Item Spiral 3 - 3 / 32 ” 6 – Item Spiral 2 - 7 / 8 ” 8 – Item Spiral 1 - 9 / 16 ” 6 – Item Spiral 1 - 15 / 16 ” 7 – Item Spiral 2 - 21 / 32 ” 7 – Item Spiral 2 - 1 / 2 ” 10 – Item Spiral 1 - 7 / 32 ” 8 – Item Spiral 1 - 1 / 2 ” 10 – Item Spiral 1 - 7 / 8 ” 9 – Item Spiral 1 - 15 / 16 ” 10 – Item Spiral 1 - 1 / 8 ” 12 – Item Spiral 1 - 9 / 16 ” 10 – Item Spiral 1 - 3 / 4 ” 12 – Item Spiral 15 / 16 ” 15 – Item Spiral 1 - 7 / 32 ” 12 – Item Spiral 1 - 1 / 2 ” 16 – Item Spiral 11 / 16 ” 18 – Item Spiral 1 ” 15 – Item Spiral 1 - 1 / 8 ” 20 – Item Spiral 1 / 2 ” 30 – Item Spiral 1 / 2 ” 18 – Item Spiral 15 / 16 ” 40 – Item Spiral 5 / 16 ” 24 – Item Spiral 11 / 16 ” 30 – Item Spiral 1 / 2 ” 40 – Item Spiral 3 / 16 ” SPIRAL DEPTHS Studio Series V2.6 1006 vii
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Installation Cautions The following cautionary information should be reviewed before the machine is installed . Following these requirements and warnings are required . CAUTION : This machine is designed for indoor usage only . Any other usage will void the Manufacturers Warranty . Voltage and Polarity Check It is important that this machine is hooked up to the proper voltage and polarity for connecting the your country . Use a voltmeter to verify voltage and polarity before machine to a wall outlet . For machines located in North America , use the diagram below to verify correct voltages . CAUTION : Any procedure marked with the symbol at left requires that the Machine have the power applied and a shock hazard exists . CAUTION : It is important that this machine is hooked up to the proper voltage and polarity for your country . Use a Voltmeter to verify voltage and polarity . Should the reading be any different than a normal reading or if you are unsure of what the reading should be contact an electrician . CAUTION : Different countries may have unique plug arrangements . Ensure that the machine is properly grounded before operating . CAUTION : The power cord for all machines manufacturered for use outside of North America are of a type Y attachment . If the power cord is damaged , it must be replaced by the manufacturer , its service agent , or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard . CAUTION : The machine is a heavy item . Ensure that sufficient personnel are available for lifting and transporting the machine . Use proper lifting procedures and equipment . CAUTION : The system components in this machine utilize static sensitive components . Precautions for handling sensitive devices should be observed when handling these items . Voltage and Polarity Check ( for Machines located in North America Only ) It is important that this machine is hooked up to proper voltage and polarity . Using a voltmeter , perform the following checks from the illustration below . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.01
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Installation The Studio Line is assembled and packed so that a minimum amount of time is necessary for preparation to install it on location . The following steps are recommended to insure correct unpacking . A C B 1 . Shipping Damage : Thoroughly inspect the exterior of the carton for damage which may have occurred during shipment . Report any damage to delivering carrier and follow their DOOR instructions . Place level in position A , and adjust the 2 . Remove the remainder of the packing bottom leg levelers , and repeat in material . On machines shipped with the lock in positions B & C place , the keys are taped inside the coin return . NOTE : On the machine , the weight concentration is toward the back of the cabinet . Trucking and lifting should be done from the back . CAUTION should be 6 ” taken when trucking from side . . 3 . On machines with lock in place , first unlock and turn handle to open door . When no lock is furnished , remove clip and turn handle . Swing door to its full open position . 3 ” 4 . Remove all additional packing material from the machine . 5 . 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 . Leveling the Machine on location is important for the proper function of the machine . There are four leveling screws in the legs of the machine to make any necessary adjustments . After positioning the machine , level it from front to rear and right to left directions . After leveling , turn front right ( lock side ) leveling screw in about one - half turn to drop this corner slightly to make the door easier to close IMPORTANT : A set of anchoring brackets is and lock . included with each machine . This kit is located in the bottom of the machine with complete Clearance Requirements instructions . It is recommended that this kit be It is necessary on Studio 3 or Studio 4 machines installed during set - up to prevent shifting of with thermal glass to have 3 ” clearance on the left the machine . side of the machine for the door to extend 3 ” past the cabinet side . All machines with chillers require 6 ” clearance behind the machine for air circulation . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.02
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Installation Door Hinge Swing This machine contains a newly designed door hinge . The design of the door hinge controls the maximum distance the door can swing open . The maximum opening position is reached when the screw is forced against the hinge body . This screw can be removed during installation to permit the door to swing completely open and can help maneuver the machine through a narrow doorway . The screw should be replaced immediately upon reaching the machine’s final location . Failure to replace this screw may result in damage to an adjacent machine or to the harnesses in the machine . D Position A – Door Closed . Position B – Door open to nominal C position with stop screw ( D ) installed . Position C – Stop screw removed to permit door to reach maximum swing . 260 ° A 126 ° B CAUTION : The screw should be replaced immediately upon reaching the machines final location . Failure to replace this stop may result in damage to an adjacent machine or the harnesses in the machine . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.03
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Installation Basic Set Up Steps 1 . Remove all packing materials . 2 . Adjust the scrolling price tabs on the shelves . 3 . Set prices and options on control board . 4 . Set Clock . 5 . Load machine adjust spacers or spirals as needed . 6 . Install product pushers as needed . 7 . Add coins to coin mechanism . 8 . Coin test . Figure 1 : Moving shelf into the loading 9 . Bill test if applicable . position 10 . Install lock cylinder if needed . Loading Snack Shelves Open the main door to its full open position . While pushing down on the plastic lock lever located on the right side of the shelf , grasp the shelf under both front corners ( see Figure 1 ) . Lift the front of the shelf slightly and pull forward until the shelf reaches its stop . On shelves 1 through 4 the shelves tilt down ( do not drop ) to make loading easier . A new feature in the Studio Series , the bottom 2 shelves do not tilt for easier loading . Only one product shelf should be in the loading position at any 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 into 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 Figure 2 : Placement of product on main possible . product snack shelves and front end position of spiral . IMPORTANT : Product must not be forced into the spiral spaces it should fit freely . If a product fits tightly , use a larger pitch spiral . The bottom of the product should be placed on top of the spiral wire that rests on the shelf surface ( see Figure 2 ) . The width of the product must be greater than the diameter of the snack spiral . If it is smaller , the product may fall through when it is in the front , ready to vend position . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.04
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Installation Adjusting the Stopping Position of the Spiral One primary difference that distinguishes the Studio motor from previous motors is 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 each 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 Figure 3 : Removing and installing spiral . position desired and pushing the shaft of the spiral lock through the eight sided star at the drive hub of the motor . Removal / Replacement 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 of the spiral pointing downward on the left side ) ( see figure 3 ) . Pull lightly on the front of the spiral to ensure it is locked in place . Product Spacers - 5 Selection Shelf A product spacer is used to reduce the width of the product area . This feature should be used on any 5 - selection single spiral snack shelf where the product width is 4 " or less . Spacers should fit within 1 / 8 " of the product but should not fit tight against the product . There are three 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 slots ( one front and one rear ) . ( see Figure 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 4 ) . Continue loading all spirals ; adjust spacers where needed in the top shelf . Return the top shelf to the vend position and follow this procedure to load the Figure 4 : Alignment of movable product remainder of the large spiral shelves . spacers . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.05
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Installation Loading Main Product Candy Shelves Product Spacers - 10 Selection Shelf The 10 - selection ( candy type ) shelves are loaded The 10 - selection shelves are equipped with a product similarly to the 5 - selection shelves except that the spacer ( see Figure 6 ) that can be pivoted from the bottom of the product sits on the shelf in front of right side of every other product space . These the spiral wire ( see Figure 5 ) . These products must spacers should be pivoted out to hold the product also fit properly , and the product should fit freely : upright , but not tight against the product . Leave about do not force product into spiral . 1 / 8 " clearance between the spacer and the product . Figure 5 : Placement of product on candy Figure 6 : Candy shelf product spacer shelves and front end position of spiral . positioned to hold candy upright . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.06
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Installation Product Pushers Included with the machine are 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 should be installed at approximately the 1 o’clock position on the spiral with the tab extending forward ( see Figure 7 ) . Locate the pusher in its proper position , hold it against the spiral wire and push the semi - circular part around the spiral wire . Black pushers ( # 440215 ) are used on left hand spirals and white pushers ( # 44014 - 1 ) are used on right hand spirals . Black pushers are used on left hand spirals Note : Not every selection spiral will need a product pusher . ( Example - Box Items . ) Figure 8 : Fold bagged items bottom edge forward and up . Cigarette Vending From the Studio Series Cigarettes can be vended from the candy shelves using a ( 15 capacity ) spiral for the soft pack regular , king , 100 MM or 120 MM packs . A ( 12 capacity ) spiral should be used for ( box ) packs . Lock Product Shelves When all of the product has been loaded be sure all shelves are returned to their vend position behind the front roller guide . Scrolling Price Tabs Adjust the new scrolling price roles for each selection Figure 7 : Location of product pusher on in the machine . spiral . Bagged or Boxed Items Vending small bagged 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 a slightly larger count spiral for bagged items because of the product settling to the bottom of the package . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.07
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Installation Loading Gum and Mints The optional Gum and Mint shelf is located below the lowest Snack Shelf . Unlatch the shelf by pulling forward on the metal latch located on the right of the shelf and pull forward . The cover can be pushed back to the rear for easy loading . The shelf contains four individual selections in a Studio 1 and 2 , and five selections in a Studio 3 The two selections on the right of the Gum and Mint shelf also have fillers . These selections can be used for standard size gum and mints or the fillers may be removed for larger gum and mint products . Each selection has a display hinge assembly that should be adjusted after the shelf is loaded ( see Figure 10 ) . To adjust the display hinge , loosen the wing nut and slide the spring hinge of the flipper over the second product and fasten tightly . Be sure to close the cover on the gum and Figure 10 : Correct gum and mint mint shelf before pushing the shelf back to its adjustment . home position . The gum and mint shelf can be used as a loading platform while filling the machine . The maximum load of the gum and mints shelf is 35 pounds . Cleaning The Studio series will do the best merchandising job for you if it is kept clean . The display window can be cleaned with any good glass cleaner . The exterior and interior surfaces should be cleaned with warm water and mild detergent . Rinse thoroughly and dry all surfaces . CAUTION : Do not use any cleaners containing silicon as this could cause electrical failures . The main product shelves can be best cleaned with the spirals and product spacers removed . Refer to page 1.05 for removal of spirals and removal of the product spacers . Clean the acceptor on the coin mechanism or bill validator frequently as accumulated dirt in this area can cause poor acceptance on coins or bills . Follow recommended cleaning procedures as described by the coin mechanism or bill validator manufacturer . Studio Series V2.6 1006 1.08
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Optional Equipment High Efficiency Lights Ventilating Fan ( Part # 750102 - 4 = 120 Volts ) ( Part Optional Energy Star ballast & T5 bulb provide # 750102 - 5 = 240 Volts ) Export increased lighting , exceptional light distribution , and This optional ventilating fan is only available when present products in their true , vibrant colors . ordered from the factory with the hole in the rear of the cabinet . The fan keeps a steady flow of air moving through the vendor cabinet . Installation of the fan takes only a few minutes . All vendors are wired with a fan plug on the junction box for easy installation . Retrofit is not recommended for cabinets without the appropriate cutout Base Kits Base kits are available to make the vendor compatible with other manufacturers . Gum and Mint Gum and Mint units are available as an option with Studio Series vendors . Refer to this service manual for loading instructions and service instructions . Dual Spiral Shelf Snack shelves can be set up to have dual spiral selections . The dual spirals will help vend specialty items better . Half Cycle Motors The half cycle motors are used to vend thin items . This motor is used with a product divider that is positioned down the center of the coil . The product is placed on both the left and right hand side of the coil . When the motor turns , it turns only 180 degrees ( half revolution ) rather than 360 degrees ( full revolution ) . Delivery Bin Cushion A delivery bin cushion is available for use when vending heavy or fragile items . Laminated Safety Glass Window A laminated safety glass window is available as a direct replacement for tempered glass . Touch Memory Harness The touch memory harness ( Part # 16800013 ) is used in conjunction with the touch memory button ( CHIP ) available separately ( Part # 17500003 ) . This harness will allow you to download all settable data , with the exception of the time and date . Once CHIP is programmed you can take it to as many machines as you wish to upload the information stored in CHIP . CHIP can be programmed from a machine that is already set up and then used to set up other machines that are to be programmed identically . For more information see Mode 30 . DEX / UCS Harness A chassis mount DEX harness ( Part # 16800044 ) is available . This harness allows you to download the DEX information . Studio Series V2.6 1006 2.01
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Refrigeration Studio 1 , 2 , 3 Chiller Refrigeration Processing : The Chiller Unit The Refrigeration Driver Board ( P / N 13600005 - 01 ) The Chiller Unit is comprised of a 1 / 3 horsepower maintains the temperature as measured by the solid compressor and is a hermetically sealed system ( no state temperature sensor . The chiller unit will be service ports ) . The compressor assembly is easily turned on at the set temperature plus 2ºF and will be removed by taking out two screws and pulling the turned off at the set temperature minus 2ºF . A unit forward out the front of the cabinet . There is a minimum of 1 minute is required for both the cycle wedge shaped insulator above the evaporator that on and cycle off time of the relay . This insures the mates with a matching wedge in the cabinet to compressor is not cycled on and / or off too rapidly . ensure a tight seal . The refrigerant used in the Independent of the temperature , the relay , therefore refrigeration system is 134a and the charge is 9 the compressor , will be off 7 minutes every hour for ounces . The refrigeration system is controlled by the a defrost cycle . The power for the Evaporator fan Refrigeration Driver Board . The Studio Series motor is constant and is not switched by the relay . glassfront merchandisers are designed to operate at The temperature probe in the Studio 1 , 2 & 3 is ambient temperature of 55ºF to 100ºF ( 13ºC to mounted in cabinet below the bottom shelf on the 38ºC ) . Chilled machines use a special insulated right hand side , just above the intake air of the cabinet and a thermal pane window . evaporator . In the Studio 4 & 5 the temperature probe is located in the can compartment directly Note below selection 148 . ♦ The chiller can NOT be added at a later date . Studio Refrigeration ( All ) Studio 4 & 5 Chiller Refrigeration Driver Board ( RDB ) The Chiller Unit The Refrigeration Driver Board ( P / N 13600005 - 01 ) There are two different refrigeration units used in the is located in the power supply box . The RDB has the Studio 4 & 5 merchandisers . The first refrigeration capability to maintain two temperatures . Power and unit is used in machines where only the can communication to operate the RDB is supplied via compartment is cooled . This is referred to as an the MDB connector on the logic board using ambient machine . The other refrigeration unit is communications cable . Power to operate the used in a machine that both the can and the snack refrigeration unit is supplied to the Refrigeration compartment are chilled ; this machine is referred to Driver Board immediately after the EMI filter and is as a chilled machine . The chilled machine has a switched on and off by a relay on the Refrigeration separate 24 Vdc blower that circulates chilled air Driver Board . For a complete pin out of the into the snack area of the machine . The blower Refrigeration Driver Board see the Troubleshooting speed is controlled by the temperature controller and Section of this manual . is not user settable . The Studio 4 & 5 machines are Settable Temperature Range designed to operate at ambient temperature of 55ºF The settable temperature range is from 37ºF to 80ºF to 100ºF ( 13ºC to 38ºC ) . The normal range for the ( 3ºC to 27ºC ) . The recommended temperature for can compartment is 40 ° F ( 6 ° C ) . the Studio 4 & 5 machine is 42ºF ( 6ºC ) . The recommended temperature for the Studio 1 , 2 & 3 Note machine is 65ºF ( 18ºC ) . The Refrigeration Driver ♦ The chiller option can NOT be installed at a later Board will maintain the temperature as measured by date . the temperature probe ( P / N 13600001 - 02 ) . The harness for the probe is plugged onto the Refrigeration Driver Board at the connector marked Ambient Studio 4 & 5 Refrigeration JP3 . An unplugged or open temperature sensor This refrigeration unit is comprised of a 1 / 4 probe will display as - 9ºF ( - 9ºC ) . A shorted probe horsepower compressor and is a hermetically sealed will display as 99ºF ( 37ºC ) . system ( no service ports ) . The refrigerant used in the refrigeration system is R134a and the charge is Setting the Temperature 9.5 ounces . Refer to Service Mode 40 for the procedure to set the temperature . Chilled Studio 4 & 5 Refrigeration This Refrigeration unit is comprised of a 1 / 3 Setting the Fan Speed Studio 4 & 5 chilled horsepower compressor and is a hermetically sealed The fan speed is automatically adjusted based system ( no service ports ) . The refrigerant used in upon the temperature in the machine and is not the refrigeration system is R134a and the charge is user settable . 10.3 ounces . Studio Series V2.6 1006 2.02
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320 Hosting The Studio Series snack machine may be used to host a 320 Frozen / Refrigerated machine . The following steps should be followed . 1 . Check the software version of the food driver board . For the 320 to work properly with a Studio Series snack machine the food driver board must have Revision 1.9 or greater software . Arrow A in the diagram . 2 . Set the cabinet jumper to cabinet 2 . Jumper B in diagram . 3 . Set the refrigeration jumper to your desired setting , either frozen or refrigerated . Jumper C in diagram . 4 . Plug the communications cable directly into the MDB plug on the Studio control board . 5 . Set the temperature in Mode 40 . 6 . Set motor pairs if applicable in Mode 23 . 7 . Set the Golden Eye selections if applicable in Mode 21 . 8 . Set prices in Mode 20 . B C A SPECIAL INFORMATION When a new Studio ( ST ) or 130 Series machine is used to host a Model 320 Á LA CARTE merchandiser , the software on the Food Driver Board ( FDB ) MUST be Version 1.9 or higher . If the software is less than Version 1.9 , you may experience repeated baffle door errors . These errors will disable the Á LA CARTE . Version 1.9 software has been in use since November 2001 . If you require new FDB software , please order P / N 360273 . Studio Series V2.6 1006 2.03
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Components Power Supply The 120 VAC power cord from the wall outlet enters the machine and plugs into the bottom of the main junction box located on right side of the cabinet . The junction box contains the power distribution components , consisting of the control board , filter , circuit breakers and the transformer . The voltage outputs from the junction box to the board are 24 volts and 8 volts and plugs into the ( P3 position ) of the Logic Board . Lighting System There is only one fluorescent lamp in the Studio series . The lamp is located on the top of the door and lights up the main product area . The starter if needed is located on the hinge side of the lamp . The ballast and line filter is located adjacent to the top of the front left shelf support . Main Product Shelves There are either five or six main product shelves per machine . Each selection has its own motor mounted to the back of the shelf . Every shelf has its own harness and plug for connecting to the remainder of the circuit through the cabinet receptacle , located in the rear right of the cabinet . The motors are the same on either shelf . It is possible to exchange a five selection shelf with a ten selection shelf or visa versa . You also have the capability to gain one inch either up or down on any shelf . To do this the shelf should be removed and the cabinet back harness receptacle lowered or raised along with the right & left shelf tracks . Note ♦ When exchanging the shelves , you will not need any parts but you will have to reprogram the machines prices . Pairable Motor Shelf The Studio models permit the pairing of two sequential motors on a shelf . This feature allows 2 candy selections to be converted to a dual spiral snack selection , by removing the product divider between the spirals , and pairing the motors electronically . See Mode 23 for additional information on pairing motors . Delivery Bin This is located below the display window on the door and is mechanically operated . Should the door Figure 11 : Power Supply Box . become difficult to operate , place a small amount of grease on the arm tracks . Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.01
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Components Vend Motors The vend motors used in the Studio Series machines have been specifically developed to operate with the AP Control System . One primary OOOOOOOOOO difference that distinguishes the new motors from previous motors is the presence of an eight sided 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Selection Wire Number star at the drive hub of the motor . This permits the stopping position of the spiral to be customized by 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 Shelf Common Number the operator to ensure the best possible delivery of product . Motors are of the fast trac style , with all SHELF WIRING DIAGRAM 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 Studio Control System will have two terminals . The two terminals continue to be used to identify the shelf and column ( selection ) to be Part # Case Color code Description vended . 360275 1 / 2 blue , 1 / 2 white , 8 point star drive CW food / Snack motor Each motor requires two wires to operate correctly . 360276 1 / 2 blue , 1 / 2 grey , 8 point star drive CCW Food / Snack These wires are : shelf common , and selection . motor 360240 1 / 2 blued , 1 / 2 white , 8 point star drive Dual spiral Each selection on a shelf will have the same 360241 1 / 2 white , 1 / 2 brown , 8 point star drive 1 / 2 cycle motor common shelf wire - all shelf harness use wire # 12 16700014 1 / 2 blue , 1 / 2 brown , square drive Can motor as a shelf common . This corresponds to the 360105 All White Gum & Mint selected shelf wire in the cabinet harness . The terminal for the shelf common in the harness is the smaller of the two . Studio Series Motors . 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 . Selection numbers in the Studio Series Machines support a three digit selection system . The first digit indicates the cabinet number , the second digit is the shelf number and the third digit is the selection number on that shelf . 8 POINT STAR DRIVE Shelf Common Selection Number 0 Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.02
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Components Logic Board & Display The control board contains all of the decision - making and display controls . All peripherals plug into the controller . The all new Studio Series display contains 2 display lines each with a maximum of 20 1 2 3 characters . All Credit , Price , Diagnostic Information and Options ( In Service Mode ) will be displayed on this display . 4 5 6 A new feature added to the Studio Series Machines is a real time clock . This addition will allow the programming of timed events such as discounts and shutdowns ( see the programming guide in this 7 8 9 manual for more details ) . # Keypad 0 * The Selection keypad is located on the door directly below the display . The Selection Keypad is used as an input source for settable data while in the Service < C > Mode . The keypad is only active for service functions when the door is open , so even in the event of vandalism to the control bezel ; no access to Studio Series keypad . the control functions is permitted . Coin Mechs , Validators and Card Readers The Studio Series Machines support MDB protocol only . The maximum number of MDB payment peripherals is one coin mechanism , one bill validator , and two card reader systems . The Studio Series will automatically determine at power up which peripherals are connected and configure itself accordingly . MDB Coin MDB Bill Validator Mechanism TRC - 6510 VN2502 - U5M Mars TRC - 6512 VN2602 - U5M VN - 4510 CF7512 9302 - GX , BA32R CoinCo USQ - G701 BA52R USQ - G703 MAG32 USQ - L701 MAG52 USLZ - 004 - 01F USLZ - 004 - 01F Conlux CCM 5 G Contact your coin mechanism and validator supplier for additional models . Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.03
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Golden Eye ® ® and the GE sensor begins watching for a product to AP Golden Eye fall into the bin . The selection motor makes a Guaranteed Delivery System complete revolution , returns to the home position , Modes of Operation for the ST Series and pauses for 2 seconds . If no product is detected , the selection motor then runs a second Introduction complete cycle attempting to deliver the product . The premise behind the development and The motor pauses a second time , and if no product introduction of Golden Eye ( GE ) was to improve was detected during this vend , the motor runs a third customer ( machine user ) satisfaction by complete cycle . If a product is delivered during any guaranteeing delivery of the product they have of the three cycles , the purchase is completed , and selected . In addition to increasing customer any change required is returned . If no product was satisfaction and loyalty , the guaranteed delivery of delivered during any of the three cycles , an error is products reduces operational costs and increases created ( see Golden Eye Errors below ) . The credit efficiencies , therefore making the operator more reappears on the display and allows the customer to profitable . choose an alternate item , or press the coin return to receive their money back . An average service call costs between $ 65 and Drop Mode $ 100 . Golden Eye reduces these costly calls for product hang - ups and missed vends . Golden Eye When GE is set to Drop and the customer makes also eliminates the time and costs associated with their selection , the selection motor begins its cycle , credit vouchers due to missed vends . Lastly , while GE sensor begins watching for a product to fall operators may risk losing an account if product vend into the bin . The selection motor makes a complete failure occurs on a repeated basis . revolution , returns to the home position , and pauses for 2 seconds . If no product is detected , the While careful and consistent loading of products selection motor begins a second cycle , and if a helps to ensure a positive vend , Golden Eye product interrupts the sensor beams , the selection provides a positive vend solution that takes these motor stops immediately , leaving the motor in an variables out of the equation , and works efficiently off home position . If no product is detected during and effectively to deliver the product . the second cycle , the motor runs a third cycle , and stops immediately upon detection of the product dropping in the bin . If the motor is stopped in an “ off Function home ” , position , the next time this item is vended , The AP Golden Eye II Guaranteed Delivery System the motor returns to home and pauses . If a product consists of a series of 12 infrared pulsed beams that is detected during this partial cycle , the motor create a web of interlaced beams just above the remains at home , and the transaction is complete . If opening of the delivery bin in our glassfront snack no product is detected , the motor begins a second machines . When any one of these infrared beams is cycle , and if a product falling into the bin is detected , broken by a product falling into the delivery bin the motor stops immediately , and the transaction is during a vend , the GE sensors transmit a signal to complete . If no product was delivered during any of the Logic Control Board that the vend occurred the three cycles , an error is created ( see Golden successfully , and payment is collected , and change Eye Errors below ) . The credit reappears on the is returned , if required . If the product is not delivered display and allows the customer to choose an successfully , the credit reappears on the display and alternate item , or press the coin return to receive allows the customer to choose an alternate item , or their money back . press the coin return to receive their money back . Modes of operation The GE II system has three selectable modes of The Drop mode cannot be used on machines with a can dispenser ( Model ST4 & ST5 ) , or with the À operation : Off , Home , or Drop . The operator has LA CARTE food / frozen merchandiser . the option to choose any of these four modes , and once a mode of operation is selected , choose which selections in the machine will be monitored by GE . Golden Eye Errors One of the critical new features of Golden Eye II is an increase in the number and type of diagnostic Off Mode errors available to the technician to assist them in When GE is set to Off , the GE system is disabled , determining the cause of a GE error . The table and all selections in the machine will run one time below explains each of these available errors . More only . detailed information on these errors is available in the Troubleshooting section of this manual . Home Mode When GE is set to Home , and the customer makes their selection , the selection motor begins its cycle , Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.04
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Golden Eye ® and closes the door without pressing the Mode GOLDENEYE XXX FAILED After any selection motor ( XXX ) runs three times Switch , they will leave the previously disabled without GE detecting a product , an error is posted , selection still disabled , even though they may and that selection is disabled from vending . If three have cleared any product jams or misloads , and different selections are disabled with GE errors , then refilled the selection . a GE Disabled error is posted , and GE for the entire 3 ) The Drop mode may leave some selections in machine is disabled , and all selections operate as if an “ off home ” spiral position . Historically , AP snack GE was set to Off . For machines set to Home , this machine spirals self - home , so it is possible that disabled condition remains until the machine door is route service personnel and / or consumers may opened and closed . For machines set to Drop the question a selection’s off home spiral appearance . Mode Switch on the control board button must be Consumers may avoid that selection , or the machine pressed before closing the door to return disabled altogether , thinking that something is “ wrong ” with it . selections to operation . The errors will remain until This may lead to an unnecessary service call . When they are cleared . using the either of the Drop modes you may want to reassure your client that spirals in an “ off home ” Three items missed by the position are normal and will produce a positive vend GOLDENEYE XXX FAILED Golden Eye Sensor . XXX indicates which selection . 4 ) The Home mode keeps the “ motor scan upon Three different selections in a door closure to restore all the motors to their home cabinet missed by the Golden position ” automatically enabled . CABx GOLDENEYE ERROR Eye Sensor . X indicates which cabinet 5 ) The Home mode will always leave selections in All Transmitters and Receivers their home spiral position . CABx TRAN + REC BAD bad - X indicates which cabinet . Receiver ( Sensor ) Y failed , Y 6 ) Golden Eye could deliver a second product on a failed vend . However , the extra occasional product indicates the number of the CABx RECEIVER Y BAD cost is well worth the savings of a service call due to Sensor , X indicates which a product hang - up or missed vend . cabinet Transmitter ( LED ) Y failed , Y CABx TRANSMTR Y BAD indicates the number of the LED , X indicates which cabinet Transmitters Y not seen by CABx TRN Y TO REC Y Receiver Y , X indicates which cabinet Choosing Between Drop vs . Home Please consider the information below when deciding which mode of Golden Eye to use : 1 ) If a machine is set to the Drop mode , the “ automatic motor scan upon door closure to restore all the motors to their home position ” is disabled . To perform a motor scan and cycle all motors to their home position , you must first press the Mode Switch on the Control Board before closing the door . This trademark feature of AP equipment since 1985 is a valuable diagnostic tool and it will also warn a route service person if they have not pushed all the shelves back into their normal position after servicing . Utilizing the drop mode disables the automatic function of this important feature . Route service personnel should be instructed to press Mode Switch and the door switch to home all the motors before filling the machine . 2 ) If a machine is set to the Drop mode , and a route service person ignores the errors stored , Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.05
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Golden Eye ® Golden Eye ® sensor coverage looking down into the delivery bin . Front of Machine - Glass T1 R12 T2 R11 T3 R10 T4 R9 T5 R8 T6 R7 T7 R6 T8 R5 T9 R4 T10 R3 T11 R2 T12 R1 Inside of Machine ST3 / 133 Delivery Bin – drawn to scale Rxx = Receiver number For scale , circle at left represents Txx = Transmitter number a US dime and quarter . Connecting Golden Eye from a 320 to a Host Cabinet When using the Golden Eye Guaranteed Delivery System in a Á LA CARTE – 320 Food / Frozen merchandiser , the Golden Eye harness from the Communications cable must be connected to the existing Golden Eye harness in the host snack machine , or to the Golden Eye junction harness in the 311 Control Module . 1 . Identify the harness in the host machine plugged to P11 , located on the right edge of the board , bottom connector . 2 . In a 130 Series , or ST Studio Series , there should be a connector plugged to the board in Cabinet 2 G / Eye P11 . When the host machine is a snack , there Connection will be one small 6 pin connector available in Photo 1 – Á LA CARTE Golden Eye this harness . See Photo # 1 , below . The mating connection in a host SNACK machine 6 pin connector from the 320 Communication cable should be connected to this extra 6 pin connector . 3 . When using a 311 Tower with one or two Á LA CARTE merchandisers , the harness connected to P11 will have 2 small 6 pin connectors available – see Photo 2 below . In this configuration , the Á LA CARTE identified as Cabinet 1 should be connected to the 6 pin connector with the label on it identifying it a Cabinet 2 “ Golden Eye 1 ” and Cabinet 2 should be G / Eye connected to the other 6 pin connector . 4 . Access Mode 21 and enable the required selection for Golden Eye . NOTE : GOLDEN EYE MUST BE SET TO “ HOME ” Cabinet 2 G / Eye FOR USE IN A 320 ! Cabinet 1 G / Eye Connection Connection Photo 2 – Á LA CARTE Golden Eye connection in a 311 Tower using Cabinet 1 Studio Series V2.6 1006 3.06
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Operating System Power Up State Following a power - up or reset condition , the display Field A will show “ AUTOMATIC PRODUCTS “ on the top line and “ INTERNATIONAL ” with three bouncing dots on either side on the bottom line . MOTORS BEING SCANNED Motor Scan P04 L00.04 C1 - - C2 - - Upon closing the door the display will show the firmware revision level ( see Figure 11 ) , perform a diagnostic routine that will scan and home the motors determining what motors exist in the Field B Field E configuration . After completion of this scan , the status of all the motors will be reported on the display ( see Figure 12 ) . Field C Field D Standby FIGURE 11 In Standby , the operator selected message will Field A is the informational heading . appear on both the top and bottom line . The factory Field B is the microprocessor version default messages are “ Have a nice day ” on the top number . line , and “ Credit . 00 ” on the second line . See the Field C is the software version number . Operating system , Mode 60 for details on how to Field D is the software version in the change the standby message . As soon as credit is temperature control board for cabinet 1 . deposited , the accumulated credit will be shown on Field E Is the software version in the the bottom line until a selection is made . temperature control board for cabinet 2 . Keypad echo When the first numeric key is pressed the display will show the selection number in the third leftmost digit . This character will remain for 5 seconds or until another key is pressed . Once all 3 keys are pressed , the selection will be shown on the display for one Field A second and then the associated price for the product will display . If the selection is disabled or shut down ( using the Shutdown pins ) the display will show “ Invalid selection ” for 5 seconds or until a new NO SHELF X selection key is pressed . If the selection is enabled GD = XXX BD = XXX NP = 010 but not functioning properly ( not present or not home ) the display will show “ Make Another Selection ” for 5 seconds or until a new selection key is pressed . Field D Field B Credit Accumulation Credit may be accumulated through a coin changer , Field C bill acceptor or card reader . Non revaluing card reader credit cannot be mixed with coin and / or bill credit during a single transaction or vend . If card FIGURE 12 reader revalues the coin & bill credit goes to the Field A shows the lowest shelf number not card , and then a vend may still be attempted . Credit found during the automatic scan of motors . acceptance will be disabled when the accumulated Field B is the number of good motors . credit equals or exceeds the highest priced item . Field C is the number of bad motors . Credit accumulation from any source is disabled or Field D is the number of motors not present . escrowed if change is not available . If the amount of card reader credit available exceeds the maximum displayable credit , the maximum credit will be displayed . Motor count includes the gum & mint motors . Studio Series V2.6 1006 4.01
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Operating System Vend Type Vend Process Field Token Vend Testvend Freevend After a keypad entry is made the logic board determines if sufficient credit is available for the X X # VENDS selection attempted . If the credit is greater than or 0 X $ VENDS ( Sale Price ) equal to the selection price , a vend attempt will be X X # / PROD made for that selection . During this time , the 0 X $ / PROD ( Sale Price ) selection will be shown on the display . If credit is X # / TESTVEND less than the selection price , the correct price and XX # / FREE current credit amount will be displayed for 5 $ / FREE seconds or until a new selection key is pressed . X # / TOKEN Change Payment X $ / TOKEN Change will be returned during the vend process as soon as it is determined that the motor has moved off of the home position . This will change if Golden Table 1 : MIS Field Update Chart Eye is active . When Golden Eye is active , the X - Indicates which field is updated for a given transaction is not completed until the GE sensors vend type . confirm delivery of the product . The amount of change to be returned will be displayed until all Shutdowns coinage is paid back . The least amount of coins There are 2 options available to shutdown the available will be paid back for all credit returns . Studio Series machine . 1 . The Studio Series machine is capable of Use Correct Change having timed shut down periods . More If the level of the changer's least value coin tube is information can be found in the programming below the lowest sensor , the " Use Correct Change " section Mode 51 . message will be shown on the display . If the machine is unable to vend the selected item 2 . The control board on the Studio Series because of low change , the display will show “ Use machine can be shutdown by creating a closed Correct Change ” for 5 seconds or until a new circuit between pin 3 & pin 4 on the service selection key is pressed . connecter P2 . This shutdown type will lock out Make Another Selection selections entered into mode 32 . When in this If the machine is unable to vend the selected item , shutdown type and a shutdown selection is the “ Make Another Selection " message will be entered the display will show “ Invalid Selection ” displayed for 5 seconds or until a new selection key for 5 seconds or until a new selection key is is pressed . pressed . Token Vends Caution : Do not apply Voltage to Following the acceptance of a token , the display will these pins ! Damage to the Board show " FREE " . Further credit acceptance is disabled will result ! and a single item may be selected to vend for the token credit . See the Operating Section Mode 29 , DEX / UCS for instructions on setting up and choosing which The Studio Series supports DEX / UCS selections will work with tokens . Communications Protocol - NAMA Vending Industry Data Retrieval Standard . The machine will Accountability Information automatically recognize the DEX / UCS device when All MIS data is stored as both resettable and non - it is plugged into the control board and will recognize resettable with the exception of Machine when the device initiates the communication Identification Number , Machine Serial Number , protocol . The transmission / reception of data to the Software Version Number , Number of MIS Resets , device will then take place automatically . See the Number of Machine Resets and Door Open History , next page of this manual for definitions of the which are stored as non - resettable only . All vend DEX / UCS download protocol . counters will roll over at 7 digits ( 9,999,999 ) . All cash counters will roll over at 8 digits including the decimal point ( 999,999.99 ) . Vend accounting ( MIS ) See Page 5.31 for information regarding the is updated as shown in Table 1 . setting of a Serial Number , Machine id and Location id . Studio Series V2.6 1006 4.02
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Operating System The MIS data stored by the machine for a DEX / UCS download is as follows : DEX / UCS Output Definition ID1 * API74563219087456123 * STXXX * 0010 * Machine S / N * Machine Model * Machine Revision * Location ID * * Machine ID # 98765432198765432 * * 12345678901234567 ID4 * 2 * 1 * 0 # of positions to right of decimal pt * Country ( ITCC ) * Currency in use ID5 * 050510 * 122708 System Date - YYMMDD * Time - HHMM ID7 * * * APi * * * Manufacturer Code CB1 * API33221144556699887 * ST / 130 * 0001 Control Board Serial Number * Model * Software revision VA1 * 1200 * 18 * 300 * 5 * 0 * 18 * 0 * 5 Total Sales Historical Amount * Total Vends Historical Count * Total Interval Sale Amount * Total Interval Vends * Historical Value of All Discounted Paid Vends * Historical count of All Discounted Paid Vends * Interval Value of All Discounted Paid Vends * Interval Count of All Discounted Paid Vends VA2 * 0 * 2 * 0 * 0 Historic Value Test Vends * Historic Test Vends * Interval Value Test Vends * Interval Test Vends VA3 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 Value – Free Vends Historical * Count - Free Vends Historical * Value - Free Vends Interval * Count - Free Vends Interval TA2 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 Value - Token Vends Historical * Count - Token Vends Historical * Value - Token Vends Interval * Count - Token Vends Interval CA1 * 0 * 0 * 0 Serial Number * Model * Software revision CA2 * 1200 * 18 * 300 * 5 Total Cash Historical * Total Cash Vends Historical * Interval Cash * Interval Vends CA3 * 350 * 0 * 150 * 2 * 1350 * 0 * 850 * 5 * 200 * 500 Interval cash received * Interval Cash to Cashbox * Interval Cash to tubes * Interval Value of Bills * Historical Cash received * Historical Cash to Cashbox * Historical Cash to Tubes * Historical Value of Bills * Interval Value of Bills CA4 * 50 * 0 * 1150 * 1100 Interval cash dispensed * Interval cash dispensed manually * Historical cash dispensed * Historical cash dispensed manually CA7 * 0 * 0 * 5 * 18 Interval Value cash discounts given * Historical Value cash discounts given * Interval Number cash discounts given * Historic Number cash discounts given CA9 * 0 * 0 Value of Vends while in exact change - interval * Value of Vends while in exact change - historical CA10 * 0 * 0 Value of all cash added since last reset * Value of all cash added since initialization CA15 * 1225 Value of coin tubes BA1 * 29821563422 * SPRINTR * 504 Bill Validator Serial Number * Model * Software revision DA1 * 0 * 0 * 0 Cashless 1 Serial Number * Model * Software revision DA2 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 Cashless 1 Historical Vends * Historical Cash * Interval Vends * Interval Cash DA4 * 0 * 0 Historical Value credited to Cashless 1 * Interval Value credited to Cashless 1 PA1 * CAN Can Sales Header PA2 * 4294919762 * 550 Historical Vends - Cans * Historical Cash - Cans PA1 * 110 * 50 * 110 * 0 ( See Note 1 ) Selection ID * Vend price * Product code * Spiral Count PA2 * 0 * 0 * 0 * 0 ( See Note 1 ) Historical Vends Selection 110 * Historical Cash Selection 110 * Interval Vends Selection 110 * Interval Sales Selection 110 PA4 * 0 ( See Note 1 ) Historical Free Vends Selection 010 PA5 * 050510 * 122708 ( See Note 1 ) Date & Time of last vend for this selection EA1 * EGS * 000000 * 000008 * 00 EGS ( Door Opening History ) * Date YYMMDD * Time HHMM * Duration ( minutes ) EA2 * EGS * 1 * 4 * * 1 EGS * Interval Door Openings * Historical Door Openings * Current Status 1 = Door open EA1 * EJB * 000000 * 000008 * 00 EJB ( Motor Errors ) * Date YYMMDD * Time HHMM * Duration ( minutes ) EA2 * EJB * 60 * 194 * * 1 EJB * Interval Motor Errors * Historical Motor Errors * * Current Status 1 = Motor Error exists EA1 * ELA * 000000 * 000008 * 00 ELA ( Product Delivery Errors * Date YYMMDD * Time HHMM * Duration ( minutes ) EA2 * ELA * 0 * 0 * * 0 ELA * Interval Product Delivery Errors * Historical Product Delivery Errors * * Current Status 1 = Detector OK EA1 * EJH * 000000 * 000008 * 00 EJH ( Health Code Errors ) * DateYYMMDD * Time HHMM * * Duration ( minutes ) EA2 * EJH * 0 * 0 EJH * Interval Health Code Errors * Historical Health Code Errors * * Current Status 1 = Detector OK EA1 * OA1E * 000000 * 000008 * 00 0A1E ( Date & Time Resets ) * Date YYMMDD * Time HHMM * * Duration ( minutes ) EA2 * OA1E * 0 * 0 OA1E * Interval Date & Time Resets * Historical Date & Time Resets * * Current Status Always = 0 EA3 * 2 * * * * * * * * 2 * 2 Number Of Reads With Reset Since Initialization * * * * * * * * Number Of Reads Since Initialization * Number of Resets since Initialization EA4 * 000000 * 000008 ( Initialization Timestamp ) YYMMDD * hums EA5 * 000000 * 000008 ( Price Setting Timestamp ) YYMMDD * hums EA7 * 0 * 2 Power up / down cycles since last reset * Power up / down cycles since initialization Note 1 : PA1 , PA2 , PA4 , PA5 Fields repeat for each valid Selection Table 2 : DEX / UCS Information . Studio Series V2.6 1006 4.03
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Programming Service Modes The table on the right side of this page is a copy of the decal found on the glass extension inside the Studio machines . This decal provides a list of the service modes described in the following pages . To access the Service Mode , open the door and press the Service Switch located on the left center of the control board ( see Figure 16 ) . If a period of no activity occurs for 5 minutes , the controller will automatically revert to the Operate Mode . Entrance to the Service Mode clears any current credit . If no errors are present the following display will appear ( Figure 13 ) . NO ERRORS PRESS C FOR MODES FIGURE 13 : Initial Service Mode Screen when no errors are present . To enter the Service Modes ( see Figure 15 ) press the C key or use the numeric key pad to enter the Service Mode number . If errors are present the error reporting screen will be displayed ( see Figure 14 ) . Use the ◄ and ► keys to scroll through the errors listed . Press the # key followed by the * key to clear the errors . To enter the Service Modes ( see Figure 15 ) press the C key or use the numeric key pad to enter to the Service Mode number . Field A Field B 01 MOTOR DIDN’T HOME 112 08 / 22 12 : 00 Field E Field C Field D FIGURE 14 : Initial Service Mode Screen when errors are present . Field A is the sequential number of the error . Field B is the error description field . Field C is the motor number if applicable . Field D is the date of the error . Field E is the time of the error . See the Troubleshooting Section of this manual for specific information regarding the errors being reported . Studio Series V2.7 0207 5.01
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Programming Figure 15 shows the first screen encountered after Field A pressing the C key in either of the previous two screens ( Figure 13 and Figure 14 ) . Use the ◄ or ► keys to scroll sequentially through the modes or use HIST ACCOUNTABILITY the numeric key pad to enter the Service Mode 01 PUSH # TO ENTER number . Entering one of the Service Mode numbers shown on the following pages allows you to access that Field C Field B Service Mode . Example : entering 20 will take you into the Price Assignment Mode . FIGURE 15 : First Service Mode Number Screen . Field A is the mode name . Field B is the mode number . Field C is the mode entering instructions . Use the ◄ or ► keys to scroll sequentially through the mode numbers . Figure 16 : Location of Service Switch . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.02
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Programming Field A Mode 01 – Historical Accountability Mode 01 is used to view the historical accountability . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then SEE TABLE 4 press 01 on the numeric keypad . # XXXXXXX $ XXXXXX.XX Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will sequence you through the historical accountability fields in the order shown in the table below . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field B Field C FIELD A DESCRIPTION Mode 01 – Historical Accountability The display will show Field A is the accountability name field . HIST PAID SALES Total Value of Sales Field B is the total vend count field . # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 C is the total value field . Field HIST NUMBER TESTS # of Test Vends # 0000000 HIST FREE VENDS Free Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 When a data field begins with a # symbol this HIST CASH VENDS indicates a vend counter . When the data field Cash Sale # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 begins with a $ sign this indicates a cash value . HIST VALUE BILLS Value of Bills Stacked $ 000000 HIST VALUE CASH Value of Cash In $ 0000000.00 Value of Coins to HIST VALUE TUBE Tubes $ 0000000.00 Value of Coins HIST VALUE BOX Routed to Cash Box $ 0000000.00 Value of Cash HIST VALUE DISP Dispensed $ 0000000.00 Value of Cash HIST VALUE MDISP Manually Dispensed $ 0000000.00 Value of Exact HIST VALUE ECV Change Vends $ 0000000.00 Current Value of VALUE TUBE COINS Coins in Tubes $ 0000.00 HIST TOKEN VENDS Token Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 HIST CASHLESS VENDS # of Cashless Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 HIST CAN VENDS Can Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 HIST CAB 1 VENDS Cab 1 Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 HIST CAB 2 VENDS Cab 2 Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 GOLDEN EYE Golden Eye Software REVISIONS Revision CAB1 00 CAB2 00 # OF Golden Eye HIST NUMBER GE Spiral Turns # 0000000 Table 4 : Historical accountability fields . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.03
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Programming Mode 02 – Historical by Selection Field B Mode 02 is used to view the historical accountability by selection . To access this mode , press the Service Field A Field C Switch , then press 02 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will sequence you H XXX MM / DD / YY HH:MM through the selections or use the numeric key pad to enter a selection number into Field A . Field B shows # XXXXXXX $ XXXXXX.XX date and Field C shows you the time of the last vend for the selection shown in Field A . Field D shows you the number of vends and Field E shows you the Field E Field D total dollar value of vends for the item in Field A . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Mode 02 – Historical by Selection Switch . Field A is the item number . Field B is the date of the last vend for the All time based information is dependent upon item in Field A . the clock on the control board being set Field C is the time of the last vend for the correctly , see Mode 50 . item in Field A . Field D is the number of vends for the Mode 03 – Interval Accountability item in Field A Mode 03 is used to view the interval accountability . Field E is the historical dollar value of all To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then vends for the item in Field A . press 03 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will sequence you through the interval accountability fields in the order Field A shown in the table below . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . All interval data is reset to zero under the SEE TABLE 5 following two conditions . # XXXXXXX $ XXXXXX.XX 1 . A successful DEX download is performed , or 2 . Mode 05 is used to clear the Interval Field B Field C data . This also applies to the Interval data in Modes 04 Mode 03 – Interval Accountability and 06 . Field A is the accountability name field . Field B is the interval vend count field . Field C is the interval dollar value field . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.04
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Programming Mode 04 – Interval by Selection Field B Mode 04 is used to view the interval accountability by selection . To access this mode , press the Service Field A Field C Switch , then press 04 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will sequence you I XXX MM / DD / YY HH:MM through the selections or use the numeric key pad to enter a selection number into Field A . Field B shows # XXXXXXX $ XXXXXX.XX date and Field C shows you the time of the last vend for the selection shown in Field A . Field D shows you the number of vends and Field E shows you the Field A Field D dollar value of vends for the item in Field A . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Mode 04 – Interval by Selection Field A is the item number . When the security option in Mode 35 is enabled Field B is the date of the last vend for the only Modes 01 through 04 will be accessible item in Field A . without a password . Attempting to access any Field C is the time of the last vend for the other Mode will prompt the operator to enter the item in Field A . correct password . Field D is the number of vends for the item in Field A FIELD A DESCRIPTION Field E is the dollar value of the vend for The display will show the item in Field A . INTR PAID SALES Total Value of Sales # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 INTR NUMBER TESTS # of Test Vends # 0000000 INTR FREE VENDS Free Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 INTR CASH VENDS Cash Sale # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 Value of Bills INTR VALUE BILLS Stacked $ 000000 INTR VALUE CASH Value of Cash In $ 0000000.00 Value of Coins to INTR VALUE TUBE Tubes $ 0000000.00 Value of Coins INTR VALUE BOX Routed to Cash Box $ 0000000.00 Value of Cash INTR VALUE DISP Dispensed $ 0000000.00 Value of Cash INTR VALUE MDISP Manually Dispensed $ 0000000.00 Value of Exact INTR VALUE ECV Change Vends $ 0000000.00 Current Value of VALUE TUBE COINS Coins in Tubes $ 0000.00 INTR TOKEN VENDS Token Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 INTR CASHLESS VENDS # of Cashless Vends # 0000000 $ 0000000.00 GOLDEN EYE Golden Eye REVISIONS Software Revision CAB1 00 CAB2 00 # OF Golden Eye INTR NUMBER GE Spiral Turns # 0000000 Table 5 : Interval accountability fields . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.05
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Programming Mode 05 – Clear Interval Data Field A Mode 05 is used to clear the interval data . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 05 on the numeric keypad . CLEAR INTERVAL DATA Upon entering the display will show “ CLEAR PRESS # * TO CONFIRM INTERVAL DATA ” . Pressing the # key followed by the * key will clear all interval data . To exit this mode without clearing the data , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field B Mode 05 – Clear Interval Data Field A is the mode identification field . Field B is the instruction field . – Print out Accountability Mode 06 Field A Mode 06 is used to transmit the MIS information to a printer . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 06 on the numeric keypad . TRANSMIT 9600 N - 8 - 1 Press the # key to send all historical and interval * = SHORT # = FULL accountability including data by selection . Use the * key to send all historical and interval data but not send the data by selection , for specific details of what is included in each list see Table 6 . To exit this Field B Field C mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Table 6 Notes Mode 06 – Print out Accountability . ♦ An ( H ) at the end of the definition means Field A shows the transmission historical data . characteristics for the printer . ♦ An ( I ) at the end of the definition means Interval Field B is the short list download data . instruction field . Field C is the full list download instruction ♦ The column heading titled F is the full list . field . ♦ The column heading titled S is the short list . ♦ Fields highlighted in bold are repeated for each valid selection in the machine . See Page 5.31 for information regarding the setting of a Serial Number , Machine id and Location id . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.06
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Programming Mode 06 - Continued Field Definition F S Field Definition F S ID101 Machine Serial # X X Value of Cash Manually Dispensed X X CA402 ( I ) ID102 Machine ID # X X CA702 Value of Cash Dispensed ( H ) X X ID103 Machine Version # X X CA701 Value of Cash Dispensed ( I ) X X ID104 Machine Location X X CA704 Number of Cash Dispensed ( H ) X X ID106 Machine Asset # X X CA703 Number of Cash Dispensed ( I ) X X ID501 System Date X X CA902 Value of Exact Change Vends ( H ) X X ID502 System Time X X CA901 Value of Exact Change Vends ( I ) X X ID703 Manufacturer Code X X CA1002 Tube Fill Value ( H ) X X CB101 LCB Serial # X X CA1001 Tube Fill Value ( I ) X X CB102 LCB ID # X X CA1501 Current Value of Coins in Tubes ( H ) X X CB103 LCB Software Version X X MA501 Combo Vend Header X X ID401 Decimal Point Position X X Value of Discount for Combo Vends X X ID402 Country Code X X MA502 ( H ) ID403 Currency Code X X MA504 Value of Discount for Combo Vends ( I ) X X VA101 Value of all Paid Sales ( H ) X X MA503 Number of Combo Vends ( H ) X X VA102 Number of all Sales ( H ) _ X X MA505 Number of Combo Vends ( I ) X X VA103 Value of all Paid Sales ( I ) X X MA502 Value of Winner Vends ( H ) X X VA104 Number of all Sales ( I ) X X MA504 Value of Winner Vends ( I ) X X VA105 Value of Discounted Sales ( H ) X X MA503 Number of Winner Vends ( H ) X X VA106 Number of Discounted Sales ( H ) X X MA505 Number of Winner Vends ( I ) X X VA107 Value of Discounted Sales ( I ) X X TA202 Number of Token Vends ( H ) X X VA108 Number of Discounted Sales ( I ) X X TA204 Number of Token Vends ( I ) X X VA201 Value of Test Vends ( H ) X X TA201 Value of Token Vends ( H ) X X VA202 Number of Test Vends ( H ) X X TA203 Value of Token Vends ( I ) X X VA203 Value of Test Vends ( I ) X X DA101 Cashless Serial Number X X VA204 Number of Test Vends ( I ) X X DA102 Cashless ID Number X X VA301 Value of Free Vends ( H ) X X DA103 Cashless Software Version Number X X VA302 Number of Free Vends ( H ) X X DA201 Value of Cashless Vends ( H ) X X VA303 Value of Free Vends ( I ) X X DA203 Value of Cashless Vends ( I ) X X VA304 Number of Free Vends ( I ) X X DA202 Number of Cashless Vends ( H ) X X BA101 Bill Validator Serial Number X X DA204 Number of Cashless Vends ( I ) X X BA102 Bill Validator ID Number X X PA101 Can X X BA103 Bill Validator Software Version X X PA202 Value of Can Vends ( H ) X X CA101 Coin Changer Serial Number X X PA201 Number of Can Vends ( H ) X X CA102 Coin Changer ID Number X X PA103 Selection Number Header X X CA103 Coin Changer Software Version X X PA102 Price X X CA201 Value of Cash Sales ( H ) X X PA107 Selection Status X X CA202 Number of Cash Sales ( H ) X X CA203 Value of Cash Sales ( I ) X X PA202 Value of Vends by Selection ( H ) X CA204 Number of Cash Sales ( I ) X X PA204 Value of Vends by Selection ( I ) X CA308 Value of Bills Stacked ( H ) X X PA201 Number of Vends by Selection ( H ) X CA304 Value of Bills Stacked ( I ) X X PA203 Number of Vends By Selection ( I ) X CA305 Value of Cash in ( H ) X X Number of Free Vends by Selection X PA401 CA301 Value of Cash in ( I ) X X ( H ) CA307 Value of Coins to Tubes ( H ) X X PA501 Time and Date of Last Vend ( H ) X CA303 Value of Coins to Tubes ( I ) X X PA502 Time and Date of Last Vend ( I ) X CA306 Value of Cash to Cashbox ( H ) X X LE101 Loop Trailer X X CA302 Value of Cash to Cashbox ( I ) X X EA301 Number of Reads with Reset X X CA3010 Value of Bills Stacked ( H ) X X EA309 Number of Reads X X CA309 Value of Bills Stacked ( I ) X X EA3010 Number of MIS Resets X X CA403 Value of Cash Dispensed ( H ) X X EA401 Date of Initialization X X CA401 Value of Cash Dispensed ( I ) X X EA402 Time of Initialization X X Value of Cash Manually Dispensed X X * Items highlighted in bold repeat for each valid CA404 ( H ) selection . Table 6 : MIS Definitions . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.07
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Programming Mode 10 – Tube Fill Mode 10 allows you to fill the coin mech and the Field A Field B Field C 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 TUBE 0 . 00 ∑ . 00 as the payout type in Mode 31 . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 10 on the INSERT / DISPENSE COIN numeric keypad . Upon entering the tube fill mode the controller will Mode 10 – Tube Fill display the current status of the coin tubes . As coins Field A is the tube number the coin was are inserted into the top of the changer , the display saved to . will show the tube the coin was saved to in Field A , Field B is the value of coins in the tube the value of all coins in that tube in Field B and the identified in Field A . total dollar amount of coins in the changer in Field Field C is the total value of coins in the C . Coins may be dispensed by using the switches changer . on the coin mech . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Before using the machine for the first time , the coin mech must have a minimum of $ 5 in the coin tubes to permit the acceptance of bills . Field A Field B Mode 11 – External Accountability ACCOUNTING 81111 N Mode 11 is used to permit you or your customer , via a password , to review the total vend count and total cash accepted by the machine . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 11 on Mode 11 – External Accountability the numeric keypad . Field A is the security code field . Field B is the feature on / off field . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . Field C Field D Upon entering the external accountability setup mode , the display will show the current external accountability state . Use the numeric key pad to set a 4 digit security code in field A . Toggle to field B HIST PAID SALES use the # key to turn the external accountability # XXXXXXX $ XXXXXX.XX function on ( Y ) or off ( N ) . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Note Mode 11 – Customer Viewable Data Field C is the total vend count field . ♦ If enabled , instruct the customer / contact to enter Field D is the total value field . 8 and then the 4 digit code . The display will show the total vend count in Field C and the total value in Field D . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.08
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Programming Mode 20 – Price Assignment Mode 20 is used to assign the standard price for all selections in the machine . To access this mode , Field A press the Service Switch , then press 20 on the numeric keypad . PRICE . 50 Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . SELECTION 12 * Use the numeric keypad to enter the price in Field A , then toggle to Field B to assign the current price to a selection . To exit this mode , press the C key or Field B press the Service Switch . Note Mode 20 – Price Assignment ♦ The maximum price allowed is $ 99.99 . Field A is the price setting field . Field B is the selection assignment field . Special Actions ♦ Setting selections with a blank price disables that selection which means DEX information will no longer be transferred or displayed for items disabled in this way . The blank price is set by depressing the # Key . ♦ The * key can be used as a wildcard in Field B to set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . ♦ After assigning the prices , make sure you adjust the scrolling price tabs to reflect the current or new price . You can use the ◄ or ► key while in the operate mode with the door open to check the prices in the machine . Mode 21 – Golden Eye Enable Setup Mode 21 is used to set up the Golden Eye Field A Guarantee Delivery System . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 21 on the numeric key pad . GOLDEN EYE DROP Upon entering the Golden Eye setup mode , the SELECTION 100 display will show the current Golden Eye state in Field A . Toggle between the available options in Field A by using the # key . Each selection affected Field B by the setting in Field A are shown in sequence in Field B , use the ◄ or ► key to scroll through these Mode 21 – Golden Eye Enable Setup selections . Use the numeric key pad to add Field A is the Golden Eye option setting selections in Field B . To remove a selection from field . while the selection number Field B , press the # key Field B is the selection assignment field . is displayed . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.09
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Programming Mode 21 - Continued Available Options Drop – The motor will stop as soon as the product is detected after the first complete revolution . Home – The motor will home before stopping . Off – Golden Eye is disabled , the motor will stop as The Drop mode cannot be used on the À LA soon as it reaches home whether a product has CARTE food / frozen merchandiser ( Model 320 ) . been delivered or not . See page 3.04 for a complete description of the function of the Golden Eye Guaranteed Delivery System . Special Actions ♦ The * key may be used as a wildcard to set the entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . ♦ To delete all selections press the # key then the * key in sequence . To home motors left off home in the DROP mode , open the door and press the mode switch , then close the door . Mode 22 – Bill Escrow Setup Mode 22 is used to set the bill escrow option . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then Field A press 22 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the bill escrow set up mode , the ESCROW LAST display will show the current bill escrow state in Field A . Use the # key to toggle between the available options in Field A . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Mode 22 – Bill Escrow Setup Available options Field A is the escrow setting field . First – The machine will hold the first bill deposited in escrow until a vend is initiated . Once a vend is initiated the bill must be stacked before the product will be dispensed . In this mode only one bill will be accepted . If the coin return is depressed , the bill will be returned to the customer . Last – The machine will accept bills to the highest vend price . If the coin return is depressed the last bill inserted will be returned and all previous bills inserted will be returned in change . Off – All bills accepted will be stacked immediately . If the coin return is depressed , change will be paid back . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.10
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Programming Mode 23 – Motor Pairing Field A Field B Mode 23 is used to pair an even numbered motor with the next sequential odd numbered motor . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then 100 PAIRED TO XYZ press 23 on the numeric keypad . PRESS # TO REMOVE Upon entering the motor pairing set up mode , the display will show “ 100 PAIRED TO ” . Use the numeric key pad to enter the even numbered motor Field C to be paired in Field A . The odd numbered motor next in sequence will automatically appear in Field B . Use the ◄ or ► keys to scroll through the list of Mode 23 – Motor Pairing paired motors . Use the # key to remove a previously Field A is the even motor number to be paired combo . To exit this mode , press the C key or paired . press the Service Switch . Field B is the odd number motor to be paired this number will automatically Notes appear once a selection is entered in field ♦ Only motors in the same row of a machine may A . be paired . Field C is the instructions to remove a previously set motor pair . ♦ All pricing , discounting and vending options are set using the selection number of the left motor r . in the pai ♦ Any even number motor may be paired to the next odd numbered motor in sequence . ( e.g . 110 will always be paired with 111 , 112 with 113 , etc ) Field A – Winner Mode Mode 24 Mode 24 is used to set the frequency that free items will be awarded during cash vends only . To access WINNER XXXX N this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 24 on the numeric key pad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to Field B toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the Winner Mode , the display will show the current winner setting in Field A . Use the Mode 24 – Winner Mode numeric key pad to enter the number of vends Field A is the number of vends between between winners up to 9999 , then toggle to Field B , winners . use the # key to turn the Winner Mode on ( Y ) or off Field B is the winner on / off field . ( N ) . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . When a customer wins , the credit will be returned the beeper will sound 5 times and the display will show “ WE HAVE A WINNER ! ! ” . Notes ♦ Vends made while on free vend , test vend or the second vend of a combo vend are not counted for the purpose of determining the winner . ♦ Setting the number to 0000 will result in every vend being a winner . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.11
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Programming Mode 25 – Force Vend Setup Field A Mode 25 is used to set the force vend option . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 25 on the numeric keypad . FORCE VEND ON Upon entering the force vend mode , the display will show the current force vend state . Use the # key to toggle between on and off in Field A . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Mode 25 – Force Vend Setup Field A is the force vend on / off field . Available options On – The customer must purchase an item before any credit will be returned . Off – The customer may receive their money back at any time . Notes ♦ Force vend does not apply to the use of debit cards or to bills held in escrow , only to non - tube coins . Mode 26 – Multi - vend Setup Mode 26 is used to set the multi - vend option . Multi - Field A vend allows the customer to make an additional selection using the change amount due from the prior vend . To access this mode , press the Service MULTI - VEND ON Switch , then press 26 on the numeric keypad . SECONDS 030 Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . Field B Upon entering the multi - vend mode the display will show the current multi - vend state . Use the # key to toggle between on and off , then toggle to Field B to Mode 26 – Multi - vend Setup change the time - out setting , the default setting is 30 Field A is the multi - vend on / off field . seconds if a larger time - out setting is desired use Field B is the time - out field ; the default the numeric key pad to enter the larger time . To exit time is 30 seconds . The available range is this mode , press the C key or press the Service 5 to 90 seconds . Switch . Available options On – Allows customer to make additional selections as long as sufficient credit exists to purchase the lowest priced item in the machine . The customer may establish additional credit at any time when in this mode . If the customer presses the coin return lever , or the amount of available credit drops below the lowest price in the machine or the time - out expires , change is returned regardless of the state of multi - vend . Off – Change will be returned immediately after the sale . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.12
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Programming Field A Mode 27 – Combo Vend Setup Field B Mode 27 is used to set the combo vend feature . A combo vend allows you to set up a selection to be offered in conjunction with another selection . To COMBO VEND N TIME SS access this mode , press the Service Switch , then 00 XXX - YYY . 00N press 27 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to Field F toggle back and forth between the fields . Field D Upon entering the combo vend mode the display will show the current combo vend state . Use the # key to Field G Field C Field E toggle between on ( Y ) and off ( N ) in Field A , then toggle to Field B use the numeric key pad to set the Mode 27 – Combo Vend Setup time out value in seconds . The time - out value is the Field A is the global combo vend on / off number of seconds the customer has to add field . additional credit in order to purchase a combo vend Field B is the time - out field measured in combination . Then toggle to Field C use the # key seconds . to set a unique number for the combination , this Field C is the number assigned to the number is settable from 0 to 9 allowing for 10 combo vend . different combinations at any 1 time . Then toggle to Field D is the item selected by the Field D and use the numeric key pad to set the item customer . that is to be selected by the customer , then toggle to Field E is the item to be vended in Field E and use the numeric key pad to select the combination with the customer selected item to be offered in combination with the customer item . selected item . Then toggle to Field F and use the Field F is the discount amount of the numeric key pad to set the discount amount of the combination item . combination item . Then toggle to Field G and use Field G allows the user to turn the the # key turn the selected combination vend on ( Y ) combination item on or off . But leave the or off ( N ) . To exit this mode , press the C key or rest of the combination vends in use . press the Service Switch . Notes ♦ Setting the discount amount in Field F to $ 99.99 will allow the discounted item to be vended for free . ♦ Wild carding with the * key is not allowed in the combo vend . ♦ When combo vend is active , the display will scroll the message “ FEATURED ITEM * * * BUY XXX AND SAVE $ ON YYY ” . Field A Mode 28 – Free Vend Option Mode 28 is used to set the free vend option . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 28 on the numeric keypad . FREE VEND ON Upon entering the free vend option mode the display will show the current free vend state . Use the # key to toggle the free vend on or off in Field A . To exit Mode 28 – Free Vend Option this mode , press the C key or press the Service Field A is the free vend option on / off field . Switch . Note ♦ Free vend applies to the entire machine . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.13
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Programming Mode 29 – Free Vend Coupon Field A Mode 29 is used to set the free vend coupon or token option . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 29 on the numeric FREE VEND COUPON XXX keypad . PRESS # TO REMOVE Upon entering the free vend coupon mode the display will show Free Vend Coupon XXX in Field A , Field B where XXX is the selection enabled for the free vend coupon . Each selection enabled for the free vend coupon is shown in sequence in Field A by Mode 29 – Free Vend Coupon depressing the ◄ or ► key . Use the numeric key Field A is the selection enabled field . pad to add selections . To remove a selection , press Field B is the selection remove field . the # key while the selection number is displayed . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Special Actions ♦ The * key may be used as a wildcard to set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . Mode 30 – Chip Retrieve / Store Mode Field A Mode 30 is used to retrieve or store information from the touch memory button ( CHIP ) . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 30 on CHIP STORE / RETRIEVE the numeric keypad . * STORE # RETRIEVE To store all programmable information to CHIP press the * key as shown in Field B . To upload Field B Field C information previously stored on a CHIP press the # key as shown in field C . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Mode 30 – Chip Retrieve / Store Mode Field A is the name of the mode . To make sure that the information being Field B is the download to CHIP function . transferred from the CHIP is compatible the pload from CHIP function . Field C is the u software revision numbers will be compared before the transfer . If the version on the CHIP is not compatible the transfer is canceled and the display will show “ CHIP NOT COMPATIBLE ” . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.14
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Programming Mode 31 – Change Payback Type Field A Mode 31 is used to set the change payback option . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 31 on the numeric keypad . CHANGE PAYBACK LEAST Upon entering the change payback mode , the display will show the current change payback state in Field A . Use the # key to toggle through the available options . To exit this mode , press the C key Mode 31 – Change Payback Type or press the Service Switch . Field A is the payback option selection field . Available options LEAST – The least amount of coins will be paid back . LVL3 – The coin changer makes the payback decision based on how much money it thinks is in each tube . You should use the “ Tube Fill ” menu item ( Mode 10 ) when you use this option . Mode 32 – Selection Lockout Field A Mode 32 is used to lock selections from use in conjunction with an external switch . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 32 on the numeric keypad . LOCK SELECTION XXX PRESS # TO REMOVE Upon entering the lockout mode the display will show LOCK SELECTION XXX in Field A . Where XXX is the selection enabled for lock out . Use the ◄ Field B or ► key to scroll through each selection affected by the lockout . Use the numeric key pad to add selections . Use the # key while the selection number Mode 32 – Selection Lockout is displayed to remove selections . To exit this mode , Field A is the selection disable field . press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field B is the selection remove field . Special actions ♦ The * key may be used as a wildcard . ♦ If all selections are disabled the lights will turn off and no money will be accepted . Note ♦ The mechanical lockout of selections is done by adding an external key switch or other switch across pins P2 - 3 & P2 - 4 on the logic board . ♦ The machine will not function properly in shutdown when the door is open . The machine have the shut down switch active must not while the door is open . Caution : Never apply voltage to these pins . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.15
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Programming Mode 33 – Set Spiral Count Mode 33 is used to set the Spiral Count . Spiral Field A Count allows you to program the number of spaces in each spiral . When a selection has vended all product out of the individual spiral , the display will SPIRAL CNT OFF show ‘ SOLD OUT ” . To access this mode , press the SELECTION XXX CNT 00 Service Switch , then press 33 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to Field B Field C toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the set spiral count mode the Mode 33 – Set Spiral Count controller will display SPIRAL CNT OFF / ON in Field Field A is the spiral count on / off field . A . Use the # key to toggle between OFF / ON . If Field Field B is the item selection field . A is set to off no further action is needed . Field C is the spiral count field . If Field A is set to ON , Toggle to Field C and use the numeric key pad to enter the spiral count . Then toggle back to Field B and enter the selection numbers that correspond to the spiral count set in Field C . Repeat the above steps for each selection . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . When Spiral Count is ON ( Field A ) , each time the main cabinet door is opened , the display will prompt “ STOCK MACHINE – Y ” . Pressing the # key with the Y showing will reset the spiral counts . Closing the door without pressing the # key , the sold out status of each spiral remains . Special actions ♦ The * key can be used as a wildcard in Field B to set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . ♦ To disable a selection from spiral count set Field C to 0 . Note ♦ If this function is enabled , route service be instructed in its correct personnel must operation . Failure to correctly reset the counts will result in a full machine from vending properly . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.16
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Programming Mode 34 – Speech / Chime Mode 34 is used to set the Speech / Chime options . Field A To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 34 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to SPEECH OFF toggle back and forth between the fields . CHIME ON Upon entering the speech / chime options mode , the controller will display the current SPEECH setting in field A and the current CHIME setting in Field B . Field B The # key is used to toggle between on and off for each field . To exit this mode , press the C key or Mode 34 – Speech / Chime press the Service Switch . Field A is the speech option field . Field B is the chime option field . Notes ♦ Turning the chime off will disable the beep from sounding in all conditions , except for the health code warning set in Mode 42 . ♦ When speech is on , all messages in the service mode will be transmitted via the DEX port for use with an audio interface . ♦ When speech is on , the DEX / UCS port can no longer be used for any other communication . Mode 35 – Security Mode 35 is used to set the Security options . To Field A access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 35 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to SECURITY CODE 1111 N toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the security mode , the current security settings will be displayed . Use the numeric key pad to set the desired security code in Field A , Field B then toggle to Field B , use the # key to toggle between on ( Y ) and off ( N ) . To exit this mode , press Mode 35 - Security the C key or press the Service Switch . Field A is the security code entry field . Field B is the security on / off field . With the security code , the service person will only be allowed access to Modes 01 to 04 . Trying to enter any other modes will change the display to “ ENTER SECURITY CODE ” . Once the proper code has been entered all modes in the machine will be accessible until the service mode is exited . Note ♦ Factory default settings are off ( N ) and a security code of 1111 . Once the service mode as been exited , the code must be re - entered to access Modes 05 through 84 . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.17
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Programming Mode 36 – Space to Sales Mode 36 is used to set two columns to run together Field A in a Space to Sales manner . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 36 on the numeric keypad . SPACE TO SALES N Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to 00 SELECTS 000 - 000 N toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the Space to Sales mode , the display Field B Field D will show the current Space to Sales settings . Use the # key in Field A to turn the Space to Sales feature on ( Y ) or off ( N ) . Toggle to Field B and use Field C Field E the # key to set a unique number for the space to sales combination . This number is settable from 0 to Mode 36 – Space to Sales 9 allowing for 10 different Space to Sales Field A is the space to sales on / off field . combinations at any one time . Toggle to Field C and Field B is the product type number field . use the numeric key pad to set the first item number field . Field C is the first selection setting to be vended in a space to sales manner , then Field D is the second selection setting toggle to Field D and use the numeric key pad to set field . the second item number to be vended in a space to Field E is the product type on / off field sales manner . Toggle to Field E , and use the # key to turn the selection numbers set in Field B to on ( Y ) or off ( N ) . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Caution – Space to Sales items must be Space to sales allows you to program two priced identically . selection spirals to operate as one in an alternating method . For example if selection 110 is entered into Field C and selection 112 is entered into Field D , every time selections 110 or 112 are selected the product will be vended from spiral 110 one time and 112 the next time . It is important that any selections enabled in this mode contain the same product . The goal of space to sales is to increase the capacity of an individual item while preventing the inevitable empty spiral from occurring on a fast moving product . Field A Mode 37 – Set Max Payout Mode Mode 37 is used to set the Maximum Payout options . To access this mode , press the Service MAX PAYOUT 99.99 N Switch , then press 37 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the maximum payout mode , the Field B controller will display the current max payout setting . Toggle to Field A use the numeric key pad to set Mode 37 – Set Max Payout the maximum value of coins to be returned , then Field A is the maximum coin payout field . toggle to Field B and use the # key to turn on ( Y ) or Field B is the maximum coin payout on / off ( N ) the option . To exit this mode , press the C key off field . or press the Service Switch . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.18
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Programming Field A Field C Field E Mode 37 – Continued Note Field D Field B ♦ When turned on ( Y ) , if the credit after the sale is greater than the Max Payout set point in Field A , the machine will go into an automatic multi - vend CAB 1 ZONE L - - / H - - F ( mode 26 ) . 1 = TEMP UP 2 = TEMP DOWN Mode 40 – Set Temperature Mode 40 is used to set the Temperature of the cabinet ( s ) . To access this mode , press the Service Field F Switch , then press 40 on the numeric keypad . Mode 40 – Set Temperature for Cabinet 1 Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to Field A is the cabinet selection field . toggle back and forth between the fields . Field B is the temperature range selection field . Upon entering mode 40 , the display will show the Field C is the temperature setting field for the can current temperature range setting . Field A is the cube or the setting for a single zone machine . cabinet selection field , use the # key to choose used on a dual zone machine , and Field D is only between 1 ( cabinet 1 ) or 2 ( cabinet 2 ) . Then toggle is the temperature setting for the top half of the to Field B to choose the temperature range option machine . see below for the available options . Then toggle to Field E is the temperature scale field , F for Field C to set the temperature for the can cube or a Fahrenheit or C for Celsius . single zone machine , use the 1 key to raise or the 2 Field F is the temperature raising and lowering key to lower the temperature . If applicable toggle to instruction field . Field D to set the temperature for the upper half of a dual zone machine . Then toggle to Field E ; use the # key to choose between Fahrenheit ( F ) and Celsius Field B Field E ( C ) temperature scales . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field A Field C Field B Temperature Range Options AMBIENT – No temperature control . Field C will show - - - - - - F . CAB 2 FROZEN - 10 F ZONE – The target temperature in Field C for each 1 = TEMP UP 2 = TEMP DOWN zone in the machine is settable from + 40 ° to + 70 ° F ( 4 ° to 21 ° C ) . This setting is only available if Field A is set to cabinet 1 . FOOD – The target temperature in Field C is fixed at Field F + 36 ° F ( 2 ° C ) . FROZEN – The target temperature in Field C is Mode 40 – Set Temperature for Cabinet 2 settable from - 15 ° to + 10 ° F ( - 12 ° to - 26 ° C ) . Field A is the cabinet selection field . Field B is the temperature range selection field . The temperature is adjustable when Field B is Field C is the temperature setting field . The set to CHILLED or FROZEN only . default setting for frozen is - 10 ° F . Field D is the temperature scale field , F for All temperature ranges have a + or – range of Fahrenheit or C for Celsius . 3 ° F ( 2 ° C ) . perature raising and lowering Field E is the tem The temperature inside the machine can be The recommended setting for a can cube viewed from the outside by pressing and holding is 39 ° F . the * key for ° F or # key for ° C . When a new Studio ( ST ) machine is used to host a Model 320 Á LA CARTE be Version 1.9 or merchandiser , the software on the Food Driver Board ( FDB ) MUST higher . If the software is less than Version 1.9 , you may experience repeated baffle door errors . These errors will disable the Á LA CARTE . Version 1.9 software has been in use since November 2001 . If you require new FDB software , please order P / N 360273 . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.19
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Programming Field B Mode 41 – Defrost Mode 41 is used to set the Defrost schedule and to Field C Field A start a Manual Defrost for the cabinet ( s ) . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 41 on the numeric keypad . CAB 1 06 : 00 AT 6 HRS Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to PUSH * TO DEFROST toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the Defrost setup mode , the display will show the current defrost settings . Field A is the cabinet selection field , use the # key to choose Field D between cabinet 1 ( 1 ) or cabinet 2 ( 2 ) . Then toggle to Field B , use the # key to set the defrost start time , Mode 41 - Defrost in the 24 hour format . Then toggle to Field C , use Field A is the cabinet selection field . the # key to choose between 6 or 8 hour time Field B is the time in the 24 hour format between defrosting . To start an immediate intervals to start the defrost cycle . defrost push the * key , the display will show “ Defrost Field C is the interval in hours between Starts in 2 Minutes ” . To exit this mode , press the C each defrost cycle settable to 6 or 8 . key or press the Service Switch . Field D is the information to start an immediate defrost cycle . Mode 42 – Health Shutdown Mode 42 is used to set the health shutdown options for the cabinet ( s ) . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 42 on the numeric keypad . Field B Field A This mode applies to a machine that has been set to “ CHILLER ” in Mode 40 only . The health control in machines set to “ FROZEN ” or “ FOOD ” HEALTH XYZ OFF be turned in Mode 40 is mandatory and CANNOT CHIME OFF off . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . Field C Upon entering the health shutdown mode , the display will show the current health shutdown state . Use the numeric key pad to enter the selection Mode 42 – Health Shutdown numbers to be “ health controlled ” in Field A . Toggle Field A is the item selection field . to Field B , use the # key to turn the health shutdown Field B is the health shutdown on / off on or off for the selected items . Repeat the above field . steps for each selection . If you would like a chime to Field C is used to turn on / off the health sound when a health shutdown has occurred toggle shutdown notification chime . to Field C , use the # key to turn the chime on or off . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Special actions ♦ The * key can be used as a wildcard in Field A to set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . If the machine detects a Health Code error and the chime feature is ON the control board will sound a double beep every 30 seconds until the Health Code error is corrected . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.20
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Programming Mode 50 – Current Time Field A Field C Field E Mode 50 is used to set the current time date , date format and daylight saving options . To access this Field B Field D mode , press the Service Switch , then press 50 on the numeric keypad . TIME 00 : 00 00 / 00 / 00 Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . MONTH / DAY DST N . AMER Upon entering the Current Time mode , the display will show the current time ( in 24 hour military time ) and date settings . Use the numeric key pad to change the hour setting in Field A , then toggle to Field G Field F Field B and use the numeric key pad to set the minutes . Toggle to Field C , use the numeric key pad to set the month , then toggle to Field D , use the Mode 50 – Current Time numeric key pad to set the day , then toggle to Field Field A is the hour setting field ( 24 hour E , use the numeric key pad to set the year . Use the military time ) . # key to save the settings to memory . Toggle to Field B is the minute setting field . Field F ; use the # key to choose the date format Field C is the month setting field . from the available options shown below . Toggle to Field D is the day setting field . Field G to change the daylight savings time zone Field E is the year setting field . setting using the available options shown below . To Field F is the date format field . key or press the Service exit this mode , press the C Field G is the daylight savings selection Switch . field . You must press the # key each time to save any changes to the time or date ! It is recommended that the Field F available options battery be replaced every 5 MONTH / DAY – This option will show the date in the years . Month / Day / Year format ( mmddyy ) . DAY / MONTH – This option will show the date in the Day / Month / Year format ( ddmmyy ) . Field G available options OFF – Does not follow daylight savings time . N.AMER – Will automatically adjust to North American daylight savings time with a 1 hour increase on the second Sunday in March and a 1 hour decrease the second Sunday in November . UK / EUR – Will automatically adjust to European daylight savings time with a 1 hour increase on the last Sunday in March and a 1 hour decrease on the last Sunday in October . AUSLIA – Will automatically adjust to Australian daylight savings time with a 1 hour increase on the last Sunday in October and a 1 hour decrease on the last Sunday in March . Studio Series V2.7 0207 5.21
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Programming Field A Field C Field E Mode 51 – Timed Shutdown Mode 51 is used to set timed machine shutdown Field B Field D periods . The shutdown periods affect the ability of the machine to vend and the appearance of the machine . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 51 on the numeric keypad . SHUT 01 00 : 00 – 00 : 00 S M T w t f s NEXT Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the timed shutdown mode , the display will show the current shutdown setting . Use the # Field F Field G key in Field A to set the shutdown period number ; ON state this number may be set from 1 to 4 allowing for up to 4 different shutdown time periods per week . Toggle Field F to Field B using the numeric key pad set the OFF state beginning hour then toggle to Field C and set the beginning minute ( using 24 hour military time ) . Mode 51 – Timed Shutdown Screen 1 Toggle to Field D using the numeric key pad set the Field A is the shutdown number selection field . ending hour then toggle to Field E to set the ending Field B is the shutdown starting hour set field . minute ( using 24 hour military time ) . Toggle to Field Field C is the shutdown starting minute set field F use the ◄ or ► keys to scroll between the days of Field D is the shutdown ending hour set field . the week , choosing which days the shutdown will Field E is the shutdown ending minute set field . occur on , use the # key to turn the days on Field F is the day of the week selection field . In ( UPPERCASE ) or off ( lowercase ) . Toggle to Field this example Sunday , Monday and Tuesday are G press the # key to reach screen 2 . Field A on ON and Wednesday , Thursday , Friday and screen 2 references Field A on Screen 1 and should Saturday are OFF . not be changed . Toggle to Field H use the # key to Field G is the move to the next screen field . turn the shut down period on ( Y ) or off ( N ) . Toggle to Field I use the # key to set the shutdown type from Field H the available options shown below . Field A Field I Field I available options LIGHTS OFF – this option is used to shut down the lights only . The machine will function in all other ways . SHUT 01 N LIGHTS OFF VEND OFF – this option shuts down the lights , SELECTION 100 N BACK disables vending by selection and if all selections are disabled credit acceptance will also be disabled . LOW ENERGY – this option will shut down the lights , vending will be allowed . In cabinets without Field L Field J health control enabled the temperature will be allowed to rise 5 degrees above the set point during the shut down period . Field K TOT SHTDWN – this option will shut down the lights , compressor ( in non health control machines ) , Mode 51 – Timed Shutdown Screen 2 vending , credit acceptance and the display . Field A is a reference to Field A on screen 1 and should not be changed . Toggle to Field J use the numeric key pad to enter Field H Is the shutdown on / off field . the selection number the shutdown applies to , Field I is the shutdown type field . toggle to Field K and use the # key to change the N Field J is used to select item numbers for the to Y , then toggle back to Field J and enter the shutdown . remaining selections . You may use the # key while Field K is used to add / remove items from the in Field J to scroll through the previous set shutdown . selections . Field L may be used to return to Screen Field L is used to return to screen 1 in mode 51 . 1 . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Use of low energy or total shutdown in any machine with perishable Special Actions products is not allowed . ♦ The * key can be used as a wildcard in Field J to set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.22
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Programming Field A Field C Field E Mode 51 – Continued Note Field B Field D ♦ When the shutdown activates and only a portion of the machine is shut down , the display will scroll the message “ SELECTION XXX XXX DISC 01 00 : 00 – 00 : 00 XXX NOT AVAILABLE ” where XXX are the selections shut down , only 10 selections can be S M T w t f s NEXT displayed if there are more than 10 a + sign will be added . ♦ In the Vend Off mode , if all selections are disabled the display will read “ MACHINE USE Field F Field G NOT ALLOWED UNTIL HH:MM ” where te ON sta HH:MM is the time the shutdown is scheduled to Field F shut off in Field B . te OFF sta ♦ Shutdown times in Field B and C must stay within a 24 hour clock : 00 : 00 to 23 : 59 . Mode 52 - Timed Discount Screen 1 Field A is the timed discount number selection field . Mode 52 – Timed Discount Field B is the timed discount starting hour set field . Mode 52 is used to set timed discounts . To access Field C is the timed discount starting minute set this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 52 field on the numeric keypad . Field D is the timed discount ending hour set field . Field E is the timed discount ending minute set Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to field . toggle between the fields . Field F is the day of the week selection field . In this Upon entering the timed discount mode , the display example Sunday , Monday and Tuesday are ON will show the current timed discount settings . Use and Wednesday , Thursday , Friday and Saturday the # key in Field A to set the discount time period are OFF . number ; this number may be set from 1 to 4 allowing Field G is the move to the next screen field for up to 4 different discount periods per week . Toggle to Field B using the numeric key pad set the beginning hour then toggle to Field C and set the beginning minute ( using 24 hour military time ) . Field H Toggle to Field D using the numeric key pad set the ending hour , then toggle to Field E to set the ending minute ( using 24 hour military time ) . Toggle to Field Field I Field A F , using the ◄ or ► keys to scroll between the days of the week , choosing which days the discount will occur on , use the # key to turn the days on ( UPPERCASE ) and off ( lowercase ) . Toggle to Field DISC 01 N . 00 G press the # key to reach screen 2 . Field A on SELECTION 100 N BACK screen 2 references Field A on Screen 1 and should not be changed . Toggle to Field H use the # key to turn the discount period on ( Y ) or off ( N ) . Toggle to Field I , and use the numeric key pad to set the Field L Field J discount dollar amount . Toggle to Field J use the numeric key pad to enter the selection number to be Field K discounted , toggle to Field K and use the # key to change the N to Y , then toggle back to Field J and Mode 52 – Timed Discount Screen 2 enter the remaining selections . You may use the # Field A is a reference to Field A on screen 1 and key while in Field J to scroll through the previous set should not be changed . selections . Field L may be used to return to Screen Field H is the timed discount on / off field . 1 . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Field I is the discount amount field . Service Switch . Field J is used to select item numbers for the timed discount . Special Actions Field K is used to add additional selection ♦ The * key can be used as a wildcard in Field J to numbers to the timed discount list . set entire rows ( 12 * ) or the entire machine ( 1 * * ) . Field L is used to return to screen 1 in mode 52 . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.23
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Programming Field A Field C Field E Mode 52 – Continued Note Field B Field D ♦ When the discount period becomes active , the display will scroll “ SAVE $ . XX ON YYY YYY YYY ” where xx is the dollar amount set in Field H and YYY is the items selected in Field I . A MSG 01 00 : 00 – 00 : 00 maximum of 10 selections will be displayed if S M T w t f s more than 10 items a + will be added . ♦ Shutdown times in Field B and C must stay with in a 24 hour clock : 00 : 00 to 23 : 59 . Field F Field F Mode 53 – Timed Messages e te ON stat OFF sta Mode 53 is used to set timed user messages . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then Mode 53 – Timed Messages press 53 on the numeric keypad . Field A is the message select field . Field B is the starting hour in 24 hour Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to military time . toggle back and forth between the fields . Field C is the starting minute in 24 hour Upon entering the timed user message mode , the military time . display will show the current timed user message Field D is the ending hour in 24 hour state . Use the # key in Field A to set the timed user military time . message period number ; this number may be set Field E is the ending minute in 24 hour from 1 to 5 allowing for up to 5 different timed military time . message periods per week . Toggle to Field B using Field F is the day selection field . In this the numeric key pad set the beginning hour then example Sunday , Monday and Tuesday toggle to Field C and set the beginning minute are on and Wednesday , Thursday , Friday ( using 24 hour military time ) . Toggle to Field D using and Saturday are off . the numeric key pad set the ending hour then toggle to Field E and set the ending minute ( using 24 hour military time ) . Toggle to Field F using the ◄ or ► keys to scroll between the days of the week , ENJOY A SNACK DURING LUNCH ! choosing which days the message will occur on , use the # key to turn on ( UPPERCASE ) or of ( lowercase ) the desired days . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . One Possible Timed Message Note ♦ The times in Field B and C must stay with in a 24 hour clock ( 00 : 00 to 23 : 59 ) . ♦ A user message must be set in Mode 60 before a timed message can be set . If no user Field B Field A messages are set , the default user message described in Mode 60 will be displayed . Mode 60 – User Message USER MSG 01 OFF EDIT Mode 60 is used to set a user message . To access this mode , press the Service Mode Switch , then press 60 on the numeric keypad . Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to Field C toggle back and forth between the fields . Upon entering the user message mode , the display will show the current user message state . Use the # Mode 60 – User Message Screen 1 key in Field A to select the user message number ; Field A is the user message select field . this number may be set from 1 to 4 allowing for up to Field B is the display location selection 4 programmable user messages . Toggle to Field B field . to select which line your message will be displayed Field C is the enter edit screen field . on . Use the # key to choose from one of the available options shown below . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.24
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Programming Mode 60 – Continued Field B available options Field D 1 – Your message will be displayed on the top line of the display . 2 – Your message will be displayed on the bottom line of the display . OFF – Your message will not be displayed . 1 ▲ 2 ▼ 4INS 5DEL 6SPC THIS IS LINE 1 Field E THIS IS LINE 2 Mode 60 – User Messages Screen 2 Field D represents the flashing cursor this Toggle to Field C use the # key to enter the editing is the position where characters will be screen . Upon entering the edit screen the cursor will added or deleted . be flashing Field D . Field E is the edit instruction Field E is the editing instruction field . field use the keys shown , see below for additional information . When done editing press the # to save the message to memory . To exit this mode , press Number Message the C key or press the Service Switch . 01 HAVE A NICE DAY Edit Keys 02 HAVE A GREAT DAY KEY 1 = to scroll up through the available 03 HAVE A GREAT DAY characters . 04 Have a nice day KEY 2 = to scroll down through the available 05 Current time / date setting characters . 06 HAVE A NICE DAY KEY 4 = will insert a duplicate of the currently selected character ( flashing ) and shift all characters to the right by one . KEY 5 = will delete the currently selected ( flashing ) Default User Messages character and shift all characters to the left by one . KEY 6 = will insert a flashing blank space to the left of the currently selected ( flashing ) character and shift all characters to the right by one . Note The } character may be used as an end of ♦ User message numbers 1 thru 4 are user message character in any text message greater programmable and each can be 100 characters than 10 characters in length . in length . ♦ User message number 5 is the time and date message . This message cannot be changed . To save time scrolling through the available ♦ User message number 6 is the factory default letters , insert an M then use the 4 key to insert message . This message cannot be changed . several duplicate M’s . This will give you a ♦ If more than 1 user message is programmed for starting point in the middle of the alphabet . the same line , the message with the higher number will be displayed . ♦ When line 2 is not assigned to any message , it will show the message Credit . 00 , amount of deposited coins . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.25
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Programming Mode 61 – After Sale Message Field A Mode 61 is used to customize the message that appears after each vend . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 61 on the numeric keypad . THANK YOU VERY MUCH 1 ▲ 2 ▼ 4INS 5DEL 6SPC Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to scroll through the current message . Upon entering the after sale message mode , the display will show the current message along with a Field B flashing character in Field A . Field B is the edit instruction field , use the keys shown , see below for additional information . When done editing press the # key to save the message to memory . To exit this Mode 61 – After Sale Message mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field A represents the flashing cursor this is the position where characters will be Edit Keys added or deleted . KEY 1 = to scroll up through the available Field B is the editing instruction field . characters . KEY 2 = to scroll down through the available characters . * * * * THANK YOU VERY MUCH * * * * KEY 4 = will insert a duplicate of the currently selected character ( flashing ) and shift all characters to the right by one . KEY 5 = will delete the currently selected ( flashing ) Default After Sale Message character and shift all characters to the left by one . KEY 6 = will insert a flashing blank space to the left of the currently selected ( flashing ) character and shift all characters to the right by one . THANK YOU FOR USING ABC VENDING Note ♦ The after sale message may contain up to 80 additional characters . One Possible After Sale Message ♦ The after sale message will be appended for food / frozen machines with “ PRESS COIN RETURN TO REOPEN DOOR ” Field A Mode 62 – Out of Service Mode 62 is used to add additional information to the * * * * OUT OF SERVICE Out of Service message to aid your customers in the 1 ▲ 2 ▼ 4INS 5DEL 6SPC event a machine is out of order . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 62 on the numeric keypad . Field B Pressing either the ◄ or ► key will allow you to scroll through the current message . Upon entering the out of service message mode , the Mode 62 – Out of Service display will show the current out of service message Field A represents the flashing cursor this along with a flashing character in Field A . Field B is is the position where characters will be the edit instruction field . Use the keys shown , see added or deleted . below for additional information . When done editing Field B is the editing instruction field . press the # key to save the message to memory . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.26
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Programming Mode 62 – Continued Edit Keys KEY 1 = to scroll up through the available * * * * OUT OF SERVICE * * * * characters . KEY 2 = to scroll down through the available characters . KEY 4 = will insert a duplicate of the currently Default Out of Service Message selected character ( flashing ) and shift all characters to the right by one . PLEASE CALL 555 - 5555 FOR SERVICE KEY 5 = will delete the currently selected ( flashing ) character and shift all characters to the left by one . KEY 6 = will insert a flashing blank space to the left of the currently selected ( flashing ) character and shift all characters to the right by one . One Possible Out of Service Message Note ♦ The out of service message may contain up to 80 additional characters . ♦ The out of service message will only be displayed if the entire machine is out or service or if no motors or cabinets are available . Field A Mode 63 – Alternate Language Mode 63 is used to set an alternate language . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then ALT LANG OFF press 63 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the alternate language mode , the display will show the alternate language state . Press the # key to toggle between on and off . With the Mode 63 – Alternate Language alternate language mode turned on all messages Field A is the on / off field . will be displayed in the alternate programmed language . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Mode 80 – Test Vend Mode 80 is used test vend the machine . To access Field B Field A this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 80 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the test vend mode the display will SELECT XXX TEST PASSED show select . Use the numeric key pad to enter the selection in Field A ( this field will be blank until a numeric key is pressed ) . If the selection motor tests ok the display will read “ TEST PASSED ” in Field B , if the motor failed the display will read “ MTR Mode 80 – Test Vend ERROR ” in Field B . To exit this mode , press the C Field A is the item selection field . This key or press the Service Switch . field will be blank until a numeric key is pressed . Field B is the pass / fail field . If the motor passed it will read TEST PASSED if the motor failed it will read MTR ERROR . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.27
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Programming Mode 81 – Sequential Event Log Field A Field B Mode 81 is used to view the sequential event log . In this mode you are able to review the last 25 events that took place in the machine . To access this mode , EVENT - 00 CB1 DR OPEN press the Service Switch , then press 81 on the numeric keypad . 000 07 / 15 12 : 56 Upon entering the sequential event log , the display will show the last event that took place in the Field E Field C machine . Field A is the sequential event number . Field B is the event that took place ( for an explanation of the abbreviation see table 7 ) . Field C Field D shows the selection number the event corresponds to ( if applicable ) . Field D shows the date of the Mode 81 – Sequential Event Log event . Field E shows the time of the event . Use the Field A is the sequential event number . ◄ key to scroll through the previous sequential Field B is the event name . events ( maximum of 25 ) . Press # then the * key to Field C is the selection number the event clear the sequential event log . To exit this mode , corresponds to if applicable . press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field D is the date of the event . Field E is the time of the event . The chime will sound 3 times when there are no more items to display . DISPLAY EVENT Cabinet 1 Door Open CAB1 DR OPEN Cabinet 1 Door Closed CAB1 DR CLS Cabinet 2 Door Open CAB2 DR OPEN Cabinet 2 Door Closed CAB2 DR CLS Power UP PWR UP Run Motor XYZ MTR XYZ Golden Eye Triggered GE TRIG Machine Dexed DEX Baffle Door Open BAF OPEN Baffle Door Closed BAF CLSD Event Log Cleared EVNT CLEAR Error Log Cleared ERROR CLEAR Motor Error MOTOR ERROR Price Set PRICE SET Time Date Set TIME / DATE SET Reset Accountability RESET ACCOUNT Health Error HEALTH ERROR Communication Error COMM ERROR Cabinet 1 Defrost C1 DEFROST Cabinet 2 Defrost C2 DEFROST Table 7 : Event list . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.28
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Programming Mode 82 – Service History Mode 82 is used to view the service history . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then Field B Field A press 82 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the service history mode , the display will show a service event in Field A . Field B shows you the duration time of the event if applicable ; Field C1 DR OPEN1 D00 : 00 B may also show the selection number if applicable 08 : 39 07 / 18 / 05 to the event in Field A . Field C shows you the time of the event . Field D shows the date of the event . Pressing either the ► key allows you to scroll through the service history events . To exit this Field C Field D mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . The service history events will be displayed in the Mode 82 – Service History following order . Field A is the event field . Field B is the duration or selection field . 1 . The last 5 Cabinet 1 Door Openings , starting Field C is the time field . with the most recent . Field D is date field . 2 . The last 5 Cabinet 2 Door Openings , starting with the most recent . 3 . The last 5 Motor Errors , starting with the most recent . 4 . The last 5 Product Fall Errors , starting with the most recent . 5 . The last 5 Health Errors . 6 . The last 5 MIS Resets . 7 . The last 5 Time / Date sets . 8 . The last 5 Price Settings . 9 . The last 5 Power Outages . 10 . The last 5 Defrost Events . The chime will sound 3 times when there are no more items to display . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.29
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Programming Field B Field D Mode 83 – Temperature Log Mode 83 is used to view the temperature log . To Field A Field C access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 83 on the numeric keypad . TEMP C1L - 000M 00 ’ F O Upon entering the temperature log mode , the display will show the current temperature . Field A shows the “ TO CLEAR TEMPS PUSH … ” cabinet and zone the data is referencing ( in this example C1L is the lower zone of a chilled machine ) . Field B is the total minutes since the Field E temperature was last taken . Field C shows the temperature . Field D shows the status of the refrigeration unit at the time the temperature was Mode 83 – Temperature Log taken . See the list below for the available options for Field A is the cabinet and zone indicator . Field D . Field B is the total minutes since the temperature was last taken . Available Options Field C is the temperature . R – Refrigeration was on . Field D is the status of the refrigeration D – Defrost was on . unit at the time the temperature was O – Refrigeration was off . recorded . Field E is the scrolling instruction field . Use the ◄ key to view the previous temperature samples which have been taken in 1 minute intervals . When the last sample is reached the display will show ‘ NO MORE TEMPS ” in the first line and Field E will scroll the message “ TO CLEAR TEMPS PUSH # THEN * TO RUN REFRIDGERATION TEST PUSH 1 ” . To clear the temperature log press # then * . To run the refrigeration test push the 1 key . The display will change to “ REF TEST ACTIVE ” . Upon completion of the test the display will show either “ REFER TEST PASS ” or “ REFER TEST FAIL ” . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . The chime will sound 3 times when there are Field A no more items to display . BAFFLE – CAB1 Mode 84 – Baffle Door Test Mode 84 is used to test the baffle doors . To access 0 = OPEN * = CLOSE this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 84 on the numeric keypad . Field B Field C In Field A use the # key to select which cabinet to perform the baffle test on . Press the 0 key to open the baffle door shown in Field B . Press the * key to Mode 84 – Baffle Door Test close the baffle door shown in Field C . To exit this Field A is the cabinet selection field . mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . Field B is the open baffle door key . Field C is the close baffle door key . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.30
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Programming Mode 85300 – Set Serial Number Mode 85300 is used to set a serial number for SERIAL NUMBER retrieval during a print out or in the DEX data API00000000000000000 information . To access this mode , press the Service Switch , then press 85300 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the set serial number mode , the Field A display will show the current set serial number . Use the numeric key pad to set a serial number ( up to 17 Mode 85300 – Set Serial Number characters in length ) . When done editing , press # to Field A is the serial number set field . save the number to memory . To exit this mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . This field appears in a DEX file as ID101 Mode 86200 – Set Machine ID Mode 86200 is used to set a serial number for retrieval during a print out or in the DEX data MACHINE ID information . To access this mode , press the Service 00000000000000000000 Switch , then press 86200 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the set machine ID mode , the display will show the machine ID number that is currently Field A set . Use the numeric key pad to set a machine ID number up to 20 characters in length . When done Mode 86200 – Set Machine ID editing , press the # to save the number to memory . Field A is the machine ID number set To exit this mode , press the C key or press the field . Service Switch . This field appears in a DEX file as ID106 Mode 87400 – Set Location ID Mode 87400 is used to set a location ID number for LOCATION ID retrieval during a print out or in the DEX data information . To access this mode , press the Service 00000000000000000000 Switch , then press 87400 on the numeric keypad . Upon entering the location ID mode , the display will show the current location ID number . Use the Field A numeric key pad to set a location ID number up to 20 characters in length . When done editing , press Mode 87400 – Set Location ID the # to save the number to memory . To exit this Field A is the location ID number set mode , press the C key or press the Service Switch . field . This field appears in a DEX file as ID104 Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.31
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Programming Mode 88123456790 – Factory Test Mode 88123456790 is used to run a factory test . To Field A Field B access this mode , press 88123456790 on the numeric keypad . After entering the factory test mode , the machine will SELECT XXX YYYYYYYY automatically test the first vend motor , you must ONE MOTOR SHOULD BE RU than press the # key to advance to the next motor to be tested . If a vend motor is not present or is bad , the test will stop and the display will flash in Field B one of the following : MISSING , OVER CURRENT or Field C TIMEOUT . To continue with the test press the # key . Once the test is complete all options and prices will Mode 88123456790 – Factory Test be reset to factory defaults . Field A is the vend motor that is being tested . Field B is the test information field . Using this mode on a machine full of Field C is the scrolling information field . product will cause one of each item to vend . Studio Series V2.6 1006 5.32
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