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Glass Front Vender by Maytag
Beginning Production Run 8063BY
Beginning Production Run 8292DB
P.O. Drawer 719
Williston, SC 29853-0719
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GENERAL INFORMATION Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................3 VENDER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ...............................................................................................................................................3 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION..................................................................................................................
GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS DN5000 HEIGHT 71.25” (1809.75) VENDER SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WIDTH 52.25” (1327.15 mm) Please read this manual in its entirety. This service information is intended to be used by a qualified DEPTH 35” (889 mm) service technician, who is familiar with proper and safe procedures to be followed when repairing, DEPTH WITH 36.5” (927.1 mm) replacing, or adjusting any Dixie-Narco vender VALIDATOR components. All repa
INSTALLATION & SETUP 60 Hertz). The cabinet serial plate also indicates the Amperage of the vender. The vender must be INSTALLATION & SETUP plugged in to its own properly rated single phase, The Dixie-Narco Coca-Cola Glass Front Vender is alternating current outlet with its own circuit designed utilizing the latest technology. protection (fuse/circuit breaker). RECEIVING INSPECTION DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD. DO NOT STORE THE VENDER OUTSIDE. THIS MACHINE IS FOR INDOOR USE ONLY. G
INSTALLATION & SETUP The Vender will support the following MDB card be used next to another vender, check the top and readers: side for proper alignment. Minimum leg extensions should be used in leveling and alignment to attain Multi-Drop Card Readers (Domestic) greater stability. Make sure that all the leveling legs are in contact with the floor. If you cannot level the Debitek Smart Card - MDB Danyl Schlumberger vender, select another location. Do not place any (At publication swi
INSTALLATION & SETUP glass door for clear viewing of all products. The • Locate the KO control board mounted on the machine is set up with: 5 Trays, 9 columns or 6 right side wall. columns each, 8 products per column. Maximum • Remove the battery from its holder (B 1). capacity for DN5000 is 15 cases (360 items) of 20 oz. Product and DN3000 is 10 cases (240 items) of 20oz. product. LOADING INSTALLATION AND SETUP LOADING CHANGE TUBES INSTRUCTIONS MDB UNITS Open the service doo
PROGRAMMING PROGRAMMING COCA-COLA EVS GLASS FRONT PROGRAMMING METHOD April 2000 NORMAL MODE: In normal mode, on power up display will show software installed in vender, then change to POS message or decimal point and / or vend price. When money is inserted, the display indicates the total amount of the deposit. The keys on the keypad are used to select the product. In normal mode you may access an external menu for reading historical sales counters, cash counters, error codes, non
PROGRAMMING “VENDMECH” - Vend Mechanism Summary Errors Press key number 4 and the display will show the following: - “COLJAM#”, where # is the column number detected jammed. Press key number 1 will return to “VENDMECH” if all vend mech errors have not been cleared. If all vend mech errors have been cleared the next error mode will be displayed, or “NONE” if there are no errors. Press key number 1 will return to “ERROR”. “CONTROL” - Control System Summary Errors Press key number 4
PROGRAMMING “BILL VAL” - Bill Validator Summary Errors Press key number 4 and the display will show one of the following: - “BILLCOMM”, indicating a bill validator communication error. (No communication for more than 5 seconds) - “BILLFULL”, indicating the bill stacker is full. - “BILL MOT”, indicating a defective motor in the validator. - “BILL JAM”, indicating a bill jam in the validator. - “BILL ROM”, indicating a check sum error. - “BILLOPEN”, indicating an open stacker. - “BILLS
PROGRAMMING “REFRIG” - Refrigeration Summary Errors Press key number 4 and the display shows one of the following: - “TEMPSENS”, indicating the temperature sensor is defective or unplugged. 0 - “TOO COLD”, indicating the cabinet temperature is 3 F below lower limit. 0 - “TOO HOT”, indicating the cabinet temperature is 3 F above upper limit. 0 - “NO COOL”, indicating the cooling system has failed to decrease temperature 1 F per hour while the compressor is running. Press key number 1 will
PROGRAMMING “TESTMODE” - TEST ROUTINE This function allows you to diagnose different functions of the vender. Press key number 4 and the display will show “TESTVEND”. Press key number 2 or 3 to scroll through the test routines available. Press key number 1 to return to “TESTMODE”. “TESTVEND” - Vend Testing This function allows you to test vend each column. Press key number 4 and the display will show “COL A1”. Press key numbers 2 or 3 to scroll through the columns available to run
PROGRAMMING * “CASH” - CASH COUNTER ROUTINE This function will show the user the vender historical total cash counted and the resettable cash counted for each selection for the vender. Press key number 4 and “CASH”/”######.##” will show on the display where the 8"#” characters are the historical total cash counters that have been recorded. Note: Leading zeros are not displayed. Example: Display flashes “CASH”, then “262500”. This is $2625.00 historical total cash. Press key numbe
PROGRAMMING “STS PROG” – SPACE TO SALES ROUTINE This function allows you to change the space to sale settings. Press key number 4 and “OPTION#” or “CUST STS” will show on the display, which indicates the current space to sales option. For the 7 options available, see list below. Press key number 2 to scroll through the options. Press key number 4 with the desired option showing on the display to save that option and return to “STS PROG”. Space to Sales Options: “OPTION1” 1 to 1 =
PROGRAMMING * “CONFIG” - MACHINE CONFIGURATION This function allows the user to access and change the programming of the following machine configuration settings. Note: This routine is lockable when using a data collection device. If you press key number 4 and the display shows “LOC”, this means configuration setting changes will not be allowed. If “CON 1” is displayed, then configuration setting changes will be allowed. “LOC” can only be enabled or disabled through DEX interrogation
PROGRAMMING CON 6 - Configuration Switch 6 - Reserved This code is reserved for future use. Press key number 2 to scroll to “CON 7”. CON 7 - Configuration Switch 7 - Save Credit This code is used to determine how long a credit will be saved. C7 0 will save the credit for five minutes. CON 7 1 will save the credit indefinitely. Press key number 4 and “CON 7 #” will be displayed, with the “#” flashing. Press key number 2 or 3 to scroll between CON 7 0 and CON 7 1. Press key number 4
PROGRAMMING *”CHANGE” - CORRECT CHANGE ONLY CONTROL ROUTINE This function is used to allow consumer overpay, set a correct change value, and set an unconditional acceptance value. Press key number 4 will enter “CONOVER#”. “CONOVERX” - Allow Consumer Overpay This function allows the vender to vend with the risk of not being able to return the full amount of change. This function has to be turned on to be able to allow consumer overpay. Press key number 4 and display will show “CONOVE
PROGRAMMING *”LANGUAGE” - LANGUAGE ROUTINE This function is used to set the language that will be used for display messages. Note: This does not change the menu prompts. Press key number 4 and the display will show the language currently set in the controller. Press key number 2 or 3 to scroll through the languages available. ENGLISH - English ITALIAN - Italian SLOVENE - Slovene FRENCH - French PORTUGES - Portuguese FINNISH - Finnish GERMAN - German SPANISH - Spanish NORWEG - Norweg
PROGRAMMING “DST” - Daylight Saving Time Setting This function is used to set the preferred daylight savings time setting. Press key number 4 will display the current setting. Press key number 2 or 3 to scroll through the “DST” options listed: - “OFF”, no daylight savings time changes made. - “AUSTRAL”, Australian rules - Set forward 1 hour at 1:00 am on the first Sunday in October; Set backward 1 hour at 1:00 am on the last Sunday in March. - “EUROPE”, European rules - Set forward 1 ho
PROGRAMMING “STOP HR” - Stop Hour and Minute Setting This function is used to set the hours and minutes to stop light conservation and can be set in the same manner as Start Hour and Minute Setting. Press key number 1 to return to “STOP TIM”. Press key number 1 to return to “LIGHTING”. Press key number 2 to scroll to next routine. *”REFRIG” - REFRIGERATION ROUTINE This function is used to electronically control the refrigeration operations of the vender. Press key number 4 will enter
PROGRAMMING “DEGREES” - Degree Fahrenheit / Celsius Setting Routine This function is used to set the degree reading to Fahrenheit (DEGREESF) or Celsius (DEGREESC). Press key number 4 and “DEGREESX”, where the current setting (X) will be blinking. Press key number 2 or 3 to scroll between DEGREESF and DEGREESC. Press key number 4 with the display blinking the setting you wish to use. Press key number 1 to return to “DEGREES”. Press key number 2 to scroll to “SETPOINT”. 0 0 “SETP
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