12 Coin Selector

HANDLING THE COIN JAM

If the coin is not rejected when the REJECT button is pressed, open the coin chute door and open the selector gate. After removing the jammed coin, put a normal coin in and check to see that the selector correctly functions.

CLEANING THE COIN SELECTOR

IMPORTANT

Remove and clean smears by using a soft cloth dipped in water or diluted chemical detergent and then squeezed dry.

Never apply machine oil, etc. to the Coin Selector.

After cleaning the Coin Selector, insert a regular coin in the normal working status and ensure that the Selector correctly functions.

The coin selector should be cleaned once every 3 months. When cleaning, follow the procedure below:

Turn the power for the machine OFF. Open the coin chute door.

Open the gate and dust off by using a soft brush (made of wool, etc.).

Remove and clean smears by using a soft cloth dipped in water or diluted chemical detergent and then squeezed dry. @ Remove the CRADLE.

When removing the retaining ring

(E ring), be very careful so as not to bend the rotary shaft.

Remove stain from the rotary shaft and shaft receiving portions by wiping off with a soft cloth, etc.

After wiping off as per above, further apply a dry cloth, etc. to causetne coin selector to dry completely.

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COIN INSERTION TEST

Once every month, when performing the Coin SW Test, simultaneously check the following:

■ Does the Coin Meter count satisfactorily? | Does the coin drop into the Cashbox correctly?

B Is the coin rejected when inserted while keeping the Reject Button pressed down?

Insert a coin while keeping the Reject Button pressed down and check if it is rejected.

Insert a coin while keeping the Reject Button pressed down and check if it is rejected.

COIN METER
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