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You should have some info on the inside door. If not you can call Technical Support They will need the Modal # and some other info from you so be at the machine when you call this is the easy way to Set the price. You should down load the Manual. (803) 266-5001 Toll Free: (800) 688-9090 Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm EST or go to http://www.dixienarco.com/TechnicalPublications/tabid/75/Default.aspx And look for SII Manual, SII Programming, SII service / parts manual, SIID 2 button Manual, SII 2 button Programming, SII 4 button Manual, & Coke 4 button Programming One Of these should help you out.
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What kind of information are you looking for? Repair instructions, set-up instructions, operating procedures? Dixie-Narco.com would be a good place to start. If you can't find… what you're looking for there, email email@example.com with specific questions.
ANSWER: Inside the can or bottle chutes, there are little holes to set the length of what you are trying to vend. On some machines you can set it up for two 20 ounce bo…ttles (3 holes from the back) or you can set it up for 2 or 3 12 ounce cans. The proper settings are inside the machine. If you have any problems, go to my message board.
Hello If it is a single price coin mechanism, on the coin mechanism the Acceptor part comes down and there are dip switches behind there, the switches double and you pull the…m upward to activate them. so the switches are 5, 10, 20, 40, 80, if you want 60 cents set the 3rd and 4th switch on and make sure everything else is off Thanks Hope this helps
The age of Dixie-Narco products is determined by the date code incorporated in the serial number. The vender serial number takes the form xxxx-yyyyzz. The first 4 digits… (xxxx) identify the specific vender. The next 4 digits (yyyy) identify the manufacturing run that the vender was built in. The last two alpha characters (zz) identify the quarter and the year the vender was built. The first alpha character identifies the quarter: A = 1st quarter B = 2nd quarter C = 3rd quarter D = 4th quarter The second alpha character indentifies the year: S = 1994 T = 1995 U = 1996 V = 1997 W = 1998 X = 1999 Y = 2000 Z = 2001
To set-up for cans in a Dixie Narco, know the length of the cans to be vended. Then set the cans to its proper sizing. Settings are inside the vending machine.
you set the price inside the changer. remove the coin sorter and there will be a series of dip witches do the math and add up the vend price you want to set! jkerr
# You are going to have to open up your vending machine door. In there you are going to find the control panel. On that control panel there is going to be a little butto…n. Press that button # Now return to the front of your vending machine. On the display you will find that it says "HD". # At this point we are going to press the top 2 selection button together. This will change the menu display on the LED to "RD" and if you press them again it will display "SP" for Set Price. # This is the menu option that we are going to use to set the prices on the machine. # Press the selection that you want to change by pressing and holding the button and you will see a price on the display and it will increase. Stop when you get to the price that you want. # Repeat Step 5 for any other selection that you want. # Close the vending machine door and you are all set.
Depends is it single price or Multi Price Machine? Single Price you would set the price in the coin mech. Multi Price you need to get into the mode settings then go from t…here.
Open the door, put the plastic key in the power switch to power the machine up, press the "P" button on the main board (a small black switch) for 2 seconds. Then on the keypa…d press 03# to go in to price setting mode, type the number of the drum followed by #, and finally the price followed by # See the manual here: http://126.96.36.199:591/Part%20Manuals/FAS/FAS.pdf
Could someone please tell me, what does the error code 99.95 means on a Dixie Narco 501-e soda machine? Mike
It depends on the coin changer/bill acceptor you have. There should be a series of dip switches with different values. Turn the ones you want your total to add up to, to "On" …(switch position up) If you want your soda to cost 50 cents, you would have the 10 cent dip switch, and 40 cent dip switch ON, and all others OFF.
On The Coin Mechanism, On The Top, There Are 2 Little Flaps, Pull Them Up, And See The Circuit Board. Then You Will See 5 Dip Switches When They Are On, They Will Add To The …Price, For Example Dip 1- .5 Dip 2- .10 Dip 3- .20 Dip 4- .40 Dip 5- .80 Lets Say I Want .75 Cents, I Will Turn On 1,2,3,4 Lets Say I Want .50 Cents, I Will Turn On 2,4 Lets Say I Want $1, I Will Turn On 5,3 Hope This Helps --Evan
A price of candy in a vending machine ranches from about 15 cents to 1 dollar and 75 cents with intervals of approximately 10 cents. That means the average price of candy in v…ending machines is approximately 93 cents. Hope I helped! ~Maxwell
Depress the button on the inside of the machine to enter Service Mode. Press 7, which will take you into the Set Regular Price Menu, Press the * button and then enter the …desired vending price followed by the item number (A1, B5, etc). Once you are done entering the items for that specific price pres the Clear button. Note* If the entire machine is being changed to a single price then instead of listing each item simply press * after you have entered the desired price and then press clear to exit the programming.
It depends on the type of bubble gum vending machine one wants. An old fashioned bubble gum machine with a glass dome can be found for $50 or less. A more elaborate professi…onal machine will cost $300 or so.
Dixie-Narco EP was created in 1992-02.