Coinco 9300-S Series Service manual

9300-L/ 9302-L
ELECTRONIC CHANGER
OPERATION
AND SERVICE
MANUAL
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CONTENTS
SECTION
1: GENERAL
INFORMATION
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4
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Introduction
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Models
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For Your Records
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Features
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After Unpacking
Specifications
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SECTION
Installing
Optional
2: INSTALLATION
the Changer
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Switch
Settings
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SECTION
3: OPERATION
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General
Operating
Principles
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Coin Recognition
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Coin Separation
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Credit and Accumulation
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Vend .........................................................................
Coin Payout
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Change
Storage
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Correct
Change
Operation
Escrow
Return
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Interface
Between
9300-L
/ 9302-L
Changer
and Controller
/ Vendor
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SECTION
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4: MAINTENANCE
Routine
Maintenance
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Removing
/ Replacing
Individual
Module
Assemblies
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Cleaning
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Clearing
Coin Jams . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. 13
SECTION
Tuning
5: TUNING
the Coin
SECTION
Changer
6: BENCH
PROCEDURE
to Accept
CHECK
Coins
Exit
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PROCEDURE
Introduction
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Bench Check
Procedure
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SECTION
7: TROUBLESHOOTING
Introduction
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Troubleshooting
Guide
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Wiring
Diagram
9300-L/9302-L
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Wiring
Diagram
9302-LF
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SECTION
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8: PARTS
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LIST
Modular
View ..........................................................
Changer
Housing
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9300-L
Payout
Assembly..
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9302-L
Payout
Assembly..
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Logic Board Cover Assembly
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Inventory
Tube Assembly
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Acceptor
Front View ...............................................
Acceptor
Back View.. ..............................................
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SECTION
1: GENERAL
INFORMATION
::
INTRODUCTION
State-of-the-art
for reliability
and
Lightweight,
dependable,
rugged
plastic
maintenance-free
This manual
contains
information
on installing,
operating
and maintaining
the Coinco
9300-L
and
9302-L
coin changers.
This manual
is intended
for
owners,
route operators
and shop-level
technicians
as
a primary
source
of information.
Taking
time to read
this manual
and becoming
familiar
with this information
will help you obtain
the best performance
from your
Coinco
coin changer.
Provides
acceptance
MODELS
AFTER
9300-L
9302-L
Both
modular
have
a
FOR YOUR RECORDS
A label indicating
the coin changer
model
number
and serial number
is affixed
to the side of the coin
changer.
Refer to the model and serial number
whenever
you call upon your Coinco
Service
Center
for information
or service.
The first four digits of the
serial number
contain
the manufacturing
date code
which indicates
the beginning
of the warranty
period.
Example:
Serial No. 268907053.
digits indicate
week of manufacture.
digits indicate
year of manufacture.
For use
in electronically
capacity
of $40.55.
Pays
loading,
Select
switch.
field
vending
machines.
by vendor
electronic
programming.
out nickels,
dimes
and quarters
high capacity
change
tubes.
high
construction
service.
most accurate
unit available
coin
today.
UNPACKING
First and second
Third and fourth
controlled
determined
On-site
is
Exit
price range
board.
Change
system
If the coin changer
is being
stored
or used as a
spare,
always
keep it in its shipping
carton
when not in
use. This will keep it clean and offer the best
protection
for the unit.
FEATURES
Vend
controller
the fastest
and
of any electronic
logic
After unpacking
the unit, inspect
if for any possible
shipping
damage.
If the unit is damaged,
notify the
shipping
company
immediately.
Only the co-signee
(the person
or company
receiving
the unit) can file a
claim against
the carrier
for shipping
damage.
We
recommend
that you retain the original
carton
and
packing
materials
to reuse if you need to transport
or
ship your changer
in the future.
- 117 volts (full wave rectified)
- 24 volts (full wave rectified)
the 9300-L
and 9302-L
changers
design
to increase
service
ease.
electronic
performance.
or low
quarter
tube
level
Dollar coins and/or
by flipping
a switch.
Canadian
coins
Heavy-duty
payout.
solenoids
provide
payout
form
self-
by flipping
can
a
be rejected
fast,
accurate
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SECTION
1: GENERAL
INFORMATION
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SPECIFICATIONS
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
9300-L
117 volts (full wave rectified)
95 volts to 130 volts at 1 .O amps max.
+5 volts DC +/- 0.25 volts, 0.5 amps
continuous
9302-L
24 volts
20 volts
+5 volts
continuous
(full wave rectified)
to 30 volts at 3.0 amps max.
DC +/- 0.25 volts, 0.5 amps
OPERATING TEMPERATURE
0°F to 160°F
-18°C to 65°C
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
-22°F
-30°C
to 160°F
to 72°C
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
20%
to 98%
Noncondensing
PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS
Height:
-.Width.
Depth:
14.81 inches
high (base to top of coin
return
lever)
5.28 inches
in width (acceptor
latch to
acceptor
latch)
2.86 inches (gate closed)
PHYSICAL WEIGHT IN SHIPPING
Exit
CARTON
4 pounds
COIN TUBE CAPACITY
5
3
SECTION
INSTALLING
1. Remove
THE CHANGER
power
from
3=$AC
3. Set desired
Setting).
changer
5. Plug
changer
into
coin tubes
7. Apply
power
8. Test
operation.
ON:
OFF:
3. Set option
switches
options
(See
Option
4. Return
acceptor
5. Test
operation.
12-pin
making
vendor
sure
with
a variety
OPTION SWITCH
to insure
sure
proper
lie flat.
of coins
to insure
proper
Figure
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ACCEPTOR LA1 ‘CH
Exit
SETTING
2.0
1. Hinge acceptor
down by releasing
acceptor
latches
and pulling the top of the acceptor
forward,
away from
changer.
2. Located
in the upper
portion
of the changer,
behind
the acceptor,
is a single switch
module
containing
three
rocker
switches.
When the top of the rocker
switch
is
pushed
in, it is the ON position.
The switches
correspond
as follows:
25&
of coins
making
socket.
all coins
CCEPTOR LATCH
2=LO
setting.
position
POWER INDICATOR
NOTE:
SAVE THE COIN CHANGER
CARTON.
Always
store
coin changer
in its shipping
carton
when
not in use.
This will keep the unit clean and
protected.
l=USA/CAN
to desired
to vendor.
changer
See
Dollar coin will be accepted
Dollar coin will be rejected
acceptor
to operating
latches
secure
acceptor.
with a variety
+
Switch
4. Replace
the acceptor
by inserting
bottom
acceptor
studs into changer
housing
guides.
Plug the acceptor
ribbon
cable into the changer.
Press top of acceptor
into changer
housing
until top acceptor
studs lock into
changer’s
acceptor
latches.
6. Load
PT
vendor.
2. Remove
the acceptor
from the changer
by releasing
acceptor
latches
and pulling the top of the acceptor
forward,
away from changer.
Unplug
ribbon
cable from
changer.
Free lower acceptor
studs from changer
housing.
With the acceptor
removed,
set key holes in
back of changer
housing
over mounting
screw
in the
vendor.
Tighten
snugly.
2: INSTALLATION
ON:
U.S. and Canadian
coins will be
accepted.
Canadian
coins will be rejected
Quarters
are directed
to cash box
once change
tube has approxi
mately
22 quarters.
OFF:
Quarters
are put into change
tube until it is full
OFF:
ON:
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GENERAL
The
9302-L
OPERATING
basic operating
are the same.
PRINCIPLES
principles
of the 9300-L
Rejected
Coin
See Figure
3.1
and
If a coin is rejected
for any reason,
both the UPPER
(coin tube)
gate and the LOWER
(cash box) gate will
remain
closed.
All rejected
coins will drop into the
vendor
coin return
cup via the coin changer
coin return
COIN RECOGNITION
See
Figure
3.0
As a coin enters
the changer
through
the acceptor
funnel,
its impact
is absorbed
by a white ceramic
rail
which debounces
the coin and allows
it to continue
down the coin rail at a smooth
and steady
speed.
As a
coin rolls down the rail, it passes
between
two sets of
LED sensors
which measure
the speed
and size of the
coin.
The coin also passes
between
two sets of coils
which measure
the metallic
content
of the coin. These
measurements
are used to determine
if the coin is valid
and the value (denomination)
of the coin.
COIN SEPARATION
See Figure
3.0
After the coin’s validity
has been determined,
the coin
rolls off the end of the coin rail and enters
the separator
section
of the acceptor.
The UPPER
(coin tube) gate
and the LOWER
(cash box) gate are opened
and
closed
by their respective
solenoids.
These
solenoids
are energized
and de-energized
by an electrical
signal
from the acceptor
logic board
based of the following
criteria.
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the
the
the
coin
validity
of the coin
denomination
of the coin
status
(full or empty)
of the appropriate
tube
Exit
The positions
of these two gates cause the coin to be
routed
to one of three places:
the appropriate
changer
coin tube, the vendor
cash box, or it the coin is
rejected,
the vendor
coin return
cup.
Figure
Rejected
Figure
3.0
3.1
Coin
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SECTION
Accepted
Coin
See Figures
3.2 and
3.3
3: OPERATION
;
the coin to drop into the vendor
cash box via the
changer
cash box chute.
If the appropriate
coin tube is
not full (full sensor
not covered
by coins),
the coin tube
gate will open directing
the coin down a ramp.
Along
the wall of the ramp are windows
for entry into the coin
tube.
As the coin reaches
a window
of the appropriate
size, it falls into the coin tube.
All dollar
coins are
always
directed
to the cash box via the cash box chute.
An accepted
coin will be routed
to either
the vendor
cash box or to one of the changer
coin tubes.
The
(FULL)
sensors
in each coin tube determine
which
route the coin will take.
If the coin tube corresponding
to the validated
coin is full (full sensor
covered
by coins
in change
tube),
the cash box gate will open, allowing
Exit
Accepted
Rlgure 3.2
Coin with Full
Coin
Accepted
Tube
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Figure
3.3
Coin with Coin
Tube
not Full
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SECTION
CREDIT
3: OPERATION
AND ACCUMULATION
See Figure
3.4
There
are two sensors,
one in the
of the acceptor
and one in the cash
acceptor.
As coins pass either one
the changer
sends credit information
electronic
controller
board
where
the
accumulated.
separation
section
box path of the
of these sensors,
to the vendor
coin credit
is
VEND
Vend
board.
credit
credit
vend
vend
is a function
of the vendor
electronic
controller
The vendor
controller
board accumulates
all
information
received
from the coin changer.
As
is accumulated
in the vendor
controller
board,
selections
can be made when their respective
price settings
are equalled.
COIN PAYOUT
Coins are paid out from the coin changer
when a
change
payback
is required
or when either of the
vendor’s
$.05 -$.lO - $25 dispense
switches
are
manually
operated.
Coins are dispensed
by D.C.
solenoid-operated
slides located
at the bottom
of each
of the three coin tubes.
These
dispense
solenoids
are
controlled
b signals
generated
by the vendor
controller
board.
Figure
3.4
Credit Sensors
When a solenoid
energizes,
the upward
motion
of its
plunger
compresses
a spring and draws
the solenoid
lever, which in turn pushes
a payout
slide forward.
This loads the coin for payout.
When the solenoid
deenergizes,
the spring
force returns
the plunger
ti its deenergized
state, which returns
the solenoid
lever and
payout
slide, dispensing
a coin.
Coin payout
rate is
determined
by the vendor
electronic
controller
board.
CHANGE
See
Exit
STORAGE
Figure
3.5
The full tube sensors
in each
report the (full/not
full) status to
board.
The information
is then
placement
of the next accepted
controls
the action of the acceptor
box gates.
coin tube continually
the coin changer
logic
used to determine
the
coin.
This information
coin tube and cash
EXAMPLE:
If the quarter
tube is full (full sensor
blocked
by coins) the acceptor
coin tube gate will
remain
closed
and the cash box gate will open each
time a quarter
is accepted,
routing
all quarters
Coin
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Figure
Tube
3.5
Sensors
to the vendor
cash box via the changer
coin chute.
After one or more quarters
are paid out as change,
leaving
the full sensor
exposed
(not full), the acceptor
coin tube gate will open each time a quarter
is
accepted,
routing
quarters
to the changer
coin tube
until it is full again,
NOTE:
If the changer
(LO-$.25)
options
switch is set to the ON position,
accepted
quarters
will be routed
to the cash box when
(middle
$.25 tube sensor)
is blocked
by coins.
The low tube sensors
in each coin tube continually
report
the (blocked/not
blocked)
coin level status
to the
vendor
controller
board.
This information
is used by
the vendor
controller
board
to determine
if a correct
change
payout
can be made.
CORRECT
CHANGE
OPERATION
The 9300-L
and 9302-L
coin changers
continually
report
the status of the low tube sensors
to the vendor’s
controller
board.
The logic control
for correct
change
is
initiated
by the vendor
controller
board.
ESCROW
RETURN
and controller.
The controller/vendor
supplies
power
operate
the changer
via its four power
lines.
In
addition,
the controller
has five control
lines that
authorize
coin payout,
enable/inhibit
coin acceptance,
and reset the changer
to its standby
condition.
The following
the 9300-L/9302-L
is the sequence
changer
and
The value of each coin is accumulated
in the vendor
controller
board.
If a coin return
is requested,
a signal
is sent to the appropriate
dispense
solenoid(s)
to pay
back coins of the same denomination.
If a dollar coin
has been accepted,
change
will be returned
in the least
number
of coins possible
if an escrow
return
is
requested.
between
controller:
When a coin enters
the changer,
an
“interrupt”
signal is sent on Pin #4 to inform
controller
that the changer
is ready to send
credit
information.
When the controller
receives
this “interrupt”
signal,
it signals
the changer
via a “send”
signal
on Pin #3. This indicated
to the
changer
that the controller
is ready to
accept
“data”.
When the changer
receives
this “send”
signal,
it transmits
a message
on Pin #5
containing
the following
data:
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Escrow
return
is a function
of the vendor
electronic
controller
board.
Coins are always
accepted
regardless
of the coin tube levels.
(Exception:
For
dollar coins to be accepted,
a minimum
number
of
coins are required
(low tube sensors
blocked)
for
payback
in the event of an escrow
return
request.)
of operations
the vendor
to
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Coin Value:
56, 1 Oc, 25c or $1 .OO
Coin Tube Status:
low level
sensors
are covered/not
covered.
Coin Direction:
to coin tube or to
cash box.
Exit
If a coin is rejected,
or there
is a problem
in
the changer,
certain
default
messages
are
sent to the controller
on the “data”
line.
They are as follows:
Slug: coin entered
but was not
accepted.
(Coin tube/cash
box gate
did not open.)
No Strobe:
coin was accepted
but
did not actuate
strobe.
(Could
indicate jam or defective
strobe.)
Dollar coin rejected
due to insufficient coins in the coin tubes.)
Defective
sensor
in coin tubes.
Power
Up: indicated
on coin changer
was just reset or powered
up.
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INTERFACE
BETWEEN 9300-L/9302-L
CHANGER
AND CONTROLLER/VENDOR
See
Figures
3.6 & 3.7
The power plug pin connectors
for the 9300-U9302-L
changers
are shown
in Figure
3.5. Figure
3.6 shows
the interface
between
the 9300-L/9302-L
and a vendor
using an electronic
controller
board.
The changer
transmits
data to the external
controller
via its “interrupt”
and “data”
lines.
The controller
responds
to these
messages
via its “send”
line. These
three lines from the serial data link between
changer
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When sufficient
credit
has been established
in the
controller
to enable
a vend and a vend is made,
the
controller
performs
the change
making
logic and sends
control
signal(s)
to operate
the appropriate
5C, lo@ or
25c dispenser
solenoids
in the changer
for change
(if
needed).
93004/9302-L
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PLUG
Coin
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9302-LF
FUNCTION
5 VDC Supply Positive
5 VDC Supply Return
Send (O-Volts Active)
Interrupt
(O-Volts Active)
Data (O-Volts Active)
Accept Enable (O-Volts Active)
$.25 Dispense
(O-Volts Active)
$.lO Dispense
(O-Volts Active)
$.05 Dispense
(O-Volts Active)
117/24 VDC Supply Return
Reset (+5VDC Active)
117/24 VDC Supply Positive
(rectified
unfiltered)
Figure
3.6
Changer
117 or 24V
12
- 10
2
PLUG
PIN #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
FUNCTION
5 VDC Supply Positive
5 VDC Supply Return
Send (O-Volts Active)
Interrupt
(O-Volts Active)
Data (O-Volts Active)
Accept Enable (O-Volts
$.25 Dispense
(O-Volts
$.lO Dispense
(O-Volts
!§N.;;U;irnse
(O-Volts
Active)
Active)
Active)
Active)
Reset (+5VDC Active)
Not Used
24 VDC Supply Return
Not Used
24 VDC Supply Positive
(rectified
unfiltered)
Plug
DC
117 OR
24V RETURN
5voc
5V RETURN
117
-
OR
AND
LOGIC
24 VOLTS
5 VOLTS
SUPPLIES
DC
1
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9302-L
254 DISPENSE
104 DISPENSE
Exit
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VENDING
MACHINE
CONTROLLER
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CREDIT
DISPLAY
COIN
CHANGER
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Figure 3.7
9300-L /9302-L Controller/Vendor
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Interface
SECTION
ROUTINE
CLEANING
MAINTENANCE
Routing
maintenance
will improve
extend
the working
life of the 9300
reduce
the need for more involved
of routine
maintenance
will depend
number
of transactions.
performance
and
series changer
and
repairs.
Frequency
on environment
and
The main material
used
9300 series changer
is a
plastic,
which should
only
water and mild detergent
Acceptor
and
Tube
Sensor
Assembly
Remove
logic board
cover by spreading
the changer
housing
slightly
and pulling
up on board
cover.
Unplug
tube sensor
ribbon
cable from logic board.
Spread
the
lower part of the housing
slightly
and pull out on tube
assembly.
To separate
the coin tube assembly
from
the tube sensor
board assembly,
place the assembly
face down.
While freeing
the four locking
tabs, pull up
on tube sensor
board.
Be careful
not to damage
sensors
on logic board.
Main
Logic
Unplug
payout
from logic board.
Payout
With payout
board,
remove
the bottom
of
from changer
locking tab on
downward
on
Board
solenoids
Lift logic
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DO
SUBMERGE
CHANGERS
IN
WATER.
NOT USE PETROLEUM
SOLVENTS,
STEEL
WOOL,
SCOURING
PADS
OR A METAL
BRUSH
FOR
CLEANING.
NOT SPRAY
ANY PART
OF CHANGER
WITH ANY TYPE OF LUBRICANT.
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To remove
the acceptor,
raise the two acceptor
latches
and pull the top of acceptor
forward
and away
from the changer
housing.
Unplug
ribbon
cable from
main logic board.
Raise acceptor
and pull outward
until
the acceptor
clears
the housing
slots.
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INDIVIDUAL
Modular
assembly
replacement
provides
the basis
all 9300 series
changer
repair.
Instructions
for
removing
and replacing
modules
are provided
below.
These
modules
should
be removed
in the following
sequence:
Coin
in the manufacture
of the
high-quality
industrial
grade
be cleaned
with a warm
solution.
CAUTION:
The coin changer
should
be kept in its original
shipping
carton
when not in use. This will keep the
changer
clean and afford
the best protection
for the
unit.
REMOVING/REPLACING
MODULE ASSEMBLIES
4: MAINTENANCE
Since all coins share a common
coin ramp, heavy
usage
or a dirty environment
can result in dirt build-up.
To clean the coin ramp,
lift the acceptor
gate upward
and diagonally
to the right.
Hold gate firmly to prevent
it from snapping
back.
Wipe the exposed
coin ramp
and inner surface
with a damp cloth.
For excessively
dirty units, use a damp
cloth with a mild detergent.
NOTE:
Do not submerge
in water.
Exit
For detailed
cleaning
of the acceptor,
remove
the
front cover by pulling
out and down on the front cover.
Now remove
the back cover
by pushing
in on two
locking
tabs on the side of the acceptor.
To remove
the coin sorting
rail, desolder
the four wires to the two
sensors
from the logic board
to prevent
damaging
them.
(Changers
manufactured
after June 1989 do not
require
desoldering).
Now from the front of the
acceptor,
in area exposed
by removing
the front cover,
locate the three
locking
tabs which secure
the sorting
rail. Using a small straight
tip screwdriver,
free the
three locking
tabs and remove
sorting
rail. See Figure
4.0.
Assembly
and main harness
assembly
board
out of housing.
Assembly
solenoids
disconnected
from main logic
the four screws
- two from each side- at
the housing.
Separate
payout
assembly
housing
by releasing
cash box chute
back of changer
housing
and pulling
payout
assembly.
Figure
Locklna
12
4.0
Tabs
’
Disassembling
Payout
Base
for
Cleaning
Remove
the four Phillips
head screws
from the
bottom
plate.
Remove
bottom
plate and individual
slides.
Clean parts with mild detergent
and hot water
as desired.
DO NOT SUBMERGE
SOLENOIDS
IN
WATER.
Replace
slides making
sure part numbers
face up
into changer.
With the slides correctly
seated
on
plunger
tabs, reinstall
the bottom
plated,
securing
with
bottom
screws.
Reinstall
payout
module
into changer,
securing
with side screws.
CLEARING
COIN JAMS
Should
a coin jam occur in the cash box chute area,
use the following
steps to help dislodge
coins:
1. Remove
change
from vendor.
2. Keeping
changer
in an upright
position,
insert a
narrow
screwdriver
into cash box chute or reject
chute from bottom
of changer
to relieve
jam.
Access
holes are also provided
at the rear of the
changer
housing
to help relieve
coin jam.
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CAUTION:
Excessive
screwdriver
pressure
or
twisting
can cause
permanent
damage
to the coin
changer.
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Exit
13
TUNING
COINS
THE COIN CHANGER
1. With changer
logic board
unplugged,
cover from
T O ACCEPT
remove
changer.
acceptor
and
2. Locate
the two (field tune) pins in the upper
righthand corner
of the logic board and jump pins
together
using Coinco
jumper,
part number
906137
or equivalent.
NOTE:
Jumper
must remain
installed
during
entire tuning
process.
3.
Install acceptor
into changer
and apply power to
changer
by plugging
into vendor
or changer
tester.
4 Changer
power
flash indicating
5.
indicator
changer
light behind
acceptor
will
is in the field tune mode.
Determine
which coin the changer
for. For best results
use 16 different
denomination
determined.
6. Drop all 16 coins one at a time,
acceptor.
Coins will be returned
cup.
7.
is to be tuned
coins of the
through
the
to the coin
return
Upon first coin insertion,
the changer
power
indicator
light will stay off constantly.
After the
16th coin insertion,
power
light will start flashing,
indicating
tuning
for coin is complete.
8. At this time the changer
may be tuned
for a
different
coin denomination
following
steps 5, 6 &
7, or the field tune mode may be aborted
by
removing
power
and tuning
jumper
installed
in
step 2.
9.
If the field tune mode
is interrupted,
i.e. loss
power,
jumper
removed,
16 coin insertion
interrupted
by a different
coin denomination,
changer
will automatically
return
to previous
tuning
and flash power light.
10.
Unplug
jumper.
11.
Test
changer
Install
changer
and remove
acceptor
logic board
cover and
for proper
Exit
of
and
acceptor.
operation.
14
SECTION
6: BENCH CHECK
PROCEDURE
:
INTRODUCTION
The bench
check procedure
is an efficient
method
insuring
that the changer
operates
correctly
before
installation
in a microprocessor-controlled
vending
machine.
This procedure
is not intended
to be used
troubleshooting.
NOTE:
Do not plug or unplug
changer
with power
applied.
BENCH
CHECK
PROCEDURE
of
9300-L
9302-L
for
PROCEDURE
FOR MODELS 9300-L
Using Appropriate
COINCO Tester
RESULT
Set changer
Coin Control
Option
switches
as follows:
#l: (OFF)
U.S. coins only
#2: (OFF)
HI $.255 change
#3: (OFF)
No $ coin accept
Plug changer
into tester.
Set tester power
switch
ON.
Tester
Tester
part #4067%5
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APJR 9302-L
FUNCTION
tube
“Changer
Reset”
and “HI
$.25 Level”
lamps illuminate
Power
switch lamp illuminates
All coins
Set the changer
Enable/Disable
switch to the Enable
(up)
position
and insert (1) nickel,
(1) dime and (1) quarter
Coins are accepted
and
directed
to respective
changer
coin tubes
illuminating
respective
5-1 O-25 “Accept”
lamp and “Coin Tube”
lamp
Coin accept
(L6)
(accepted
function)
Actuate
switch
“Accept”
and “Coin tube”
lamps go out. “Changer
Reset”
and “HI $.25 Level”
lamps illuminate
Reset
Coins are accepted
and
directed
to changer
coin
tubes
illuminating
respective
5-l O-25 “Accept”
lamp and
“Coin Tube”
lamp. 5-l O-25
“Change
Available”
lamps
should
illuminate
after all coins are
inserted
Coin accept
Low change
Randomly
(11) dimes,
insert
and
Reset
(9) nickels,
(9) quarters
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Set the changer
Enable/Disable
switch to the Disable
(down)
position
and insert (1) nickel,
(1) dime and (1) quarter
Changer
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must
reject
15
Coin reject (L6)
(blocker
function)
Exit
W
tube
sensors
SECTION
6: BENCH
CHECK
PROCEDURE
PROCEDURE
RESULT
FUNCTION
Turn tester power
OFF.
Remove
acceptor
from changer.
Block
the coin change
high tube sensors
by completely
filling tubes with
coins or by inserting
a rolled up
tube of paper
into the three coin
tubes.
Replace
acceptor,
turn
tester power switch on and
insert (1) nickel,
(1) dime and
(1) quarter
Coins are accepted
and
directed
to cash box
illuminating
respective
5-1 O-25
“Accept”
lame and “Cash
Box” lamp.
NOTE:
Defective
coin tube lamp
will illuminate
if middle
$.25 change
tube sensor
is not blocked.
High
Insert
(1) $ coin
Insert a Canadian
or quarter
coin.
$ coin
nickel,
dime
Coin
is rejected
U.S.
“Change
Reset:
and “LO
Level”
lamps illuminate
Insert
Coin is accepted
box illuminating
Accepted”
and
lamps
Insert a Canadian
or quarter
nickel.
dime
Block the middle
$.25 change
tube
tube sensor
without
blocking
the
high tube sensor
by partially
filling
$25 change
tube with coins
(approx.
$5.00)
or by inserting
a
rolled up tube of paper far enough
into $.25 change
tube past the high
sensor
but far enough
into tube to
block the middle
sensor.
Insert
(1)
quarter.
Coin is accepted
respective
lamps
Sensor
No $ accept
is rejected
Open acceptor
and set changer
coin
control
option switches
as follows:
#l: (ON) U.S. and Canadian
coins
#2: (ON) Lo $.25 Change
tube
#3: (ON) $ coin accept
Actuate
changer
reset switch
(1) $ coin
Tube
VERIFIED
$.25
to cash
“$ Coin
“Cash Box”
coins
Lo $.25
switch
only
switch
switch
$ accept
switch
U.S. and
switch
Canadian
Exit
illuminating
Quarter
is accepted
to cash
illuminating
‘I$.25 Accepted”
“Coin Tube”
lamps
16
box
and
Middle
$.25
tube
accept
sensor
~
SECTION
6: BENCH CHECK
-3
41
PROCEDURE
RESULT
FUNCTION
Unblock
middle
$.25 tube sensor
and all high tube sensors
by
removing
coins or paper tubes.
Insert (1) $ coin.
$ coin is rejected
illuminating
“$ Coin Reject:
and “Low
$.25 Level”
lamps.
No $ coin
insufficient
Actuate
“Coin Return
Request”
“Low $.25 Level”
lamps
illuminate.
Escrow
changer
coin
return
lever
Manually
operate
each of the
testers
“Inventory
Control”
switches
until all coins are dispensed.
Each dispense
solenoid
energize
in turn dispensing
A coin
and
will
VERIFIED
accept
$.25
with
in tube
return
Manual
dispense
($50,
$.lO, $.25)
If all of these procedures
can be successfully
completed,
the changer
is operating
properly.
Set Coin
Control
Option
Switches
as desired.
Set price(s)
in
vendor.
If USA/CAN
option
is chosen,
repeat
test with
Canadian
Coins.
Exit
17
INTRODUCTION
The Troubleshooting
Guide on the following
pages
is
intended
to help locate problems
within the coin
changer.
If a changer
cannot
be repaired
by following
the guide,
return
the changer
to the nearest
Coinco
service
center
for repair.
If it is necessary
to return the
changer
to Coinco,
please
accompany
the changer
with a brief description
of the malfunction
to help
expedite
the repair and return
of the changer.
The vendor
electronic
controller
board
is in constant
communication
with the 9300-L/9302-L
coin changer.
The electronic
controller
board
not only supplies
operating
voltage
to the coin changer
but is largely
responsible
for the operation
and function
of the coin
changer.
(Refer to Section
3, Figure
3.6)
Logic troubleshooting
minimizes
time spent
removing
and replacing
modules
that are not
Some failures
are caused
by minor
problems
loose or faulty connections.
Please
check the
before
replacing
any parts:
Connectors
Connector
All wires
Inventory
in
defective.
such as
following
are inserted
correctly
pins are not bent or broken
are properly
secured
tubes are filled to their correct
levels
NOTE:
The following
Troubleshooting
Guide
(Table
7.1) is based
on the fact that the tester
OI-.
vendor,
with which
the defective
changer
is being
tested,
functions
properly
when
used with a known
good
changer.
This guide
but to
is not intended
to cover
all failures,
the most
common
failures.
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9300-L /9302-L
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
No coin
POSSIBLE
acceptance
CAUSE
GUIDE
PROCEDURE
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Exit
REMEDY
No power
Make sure
is plugged
changer
into vendor
Plug changer
into vendor
Acceptor
Check power/blocker
LED behind
acceptor.
If LED is ON, replace
acceptor
with good
acceptor
and test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
If still no coin
acceptance
Replace
changer
main logic board
If still no coin
acceptance
Replace
changer
main power
harness
acceptor
SECTION
TROUBLE
7: TROUBLESHOOTING
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
PROCEDURE
REMEDY
If still no coin
acceptance
Replace
changer
main power
harness
If power/blocker
LED
is off, check to see
that acceptor
cable
and changer
power
harness
are properly
connected
to changer
main logic board.
Plug acceptor
and/or
changer
power
harness
changer
main
board
If still no coin
acceptance
Replace
changer
main logic board
If still no
acceptance
Replace
changer
main power
harness
Make sure changer
is mounted
correctly
and coin return
lever
is in proper
position
Reposition
changer
and/or
vendor
coin return
lever
Acceptor
is dirty or
foreign
matter
in
coin accept
path
Check to see that
acceptor
coin path
is clean and free of
foreign
matter
Clean
remove
matter
Improper
Determine
coins
being rejected
Tune
being
If still rejects
good coins
Replace
If still rejects
good coins
Replace
changer
main logic board
Replace
acceptor
with good acceptor
and test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
acceptor
If still no/erratic
credit
Replace
changer
main logic board
If still no/erratic
credit
Replace
changer
main power
harness
1
No coin acceptance
or rejects
percentage
of good coins
Accepts
coins but
gives no/or erratic
credit
Coin
return
lever
tuning
Acceptor
19
cable
into
logic
acceptor
and
any foreign
for coins
rejected
acceptor
defective
Exit
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE
Accepted
coins
always
go to cash
board
Tube sensor
or acceptor
Accepted
coins
always
go to coin
tubes
Coin
open
Tube
Accepted
quarters
go
to quarter
coin tube when
Lo-$.25
switch is ON
Credits
coins but
does not escrow
CAUSE
board
tube gate
position
sensor
in
board
PROCEDURE
REMEDY
Check the sensor
board for loose or
broken
components.
Make sure tube sensor
board
is properly
secured
to tube assembly.
Check
cable from sensor
board
for damage
or improper
connection
Replace
sensor
If coin still goes to
cash box, replace
acceptor
with good
acceptor
and test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
If coin still goes
cash box
Replace
changer
main logic board
to
tube
board
acceptor
Remove
acceptor
back cover,
check
solenoid
for free
operation
Replace
Replace
tube sensor
board
with good tube
sensor
board
and test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
sensor
If coins still
coin tubes
Replace
changer
main logic board
go to
acceptor
tube
board
Exit
Quarter
coin tube
has less than 22
quarters
Check
to see that
quarter
coin tube has
a minimum
of 22
quarters
Fill quarter
coin
tube with 22
quarters
to cover
Lo-$.25
sensor.
Tube
Replace
tube sensor
board
with good tube
sensor
board
and test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
sensor
If coins
quarter
Replace
changer
main logic board
Coin
sensor
return
board
lever
still go to
tube
Make sure changer
is mounted
correctly
and acceptor
gate
opens
when vendor
coin return
lever is
operated
20
tube
board
Reposition
changer
and/or
vendor
coin
return
lever
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
Acceptor
Payout
solenoid
PROCEDURE
REMEDY
Replace
acceptor
with
good acceptor
and
test.
If changer
functions
properly
Replace
acceptor
If still no escrow
Replace
changer
main logic board
Make sure solenoid
wires are properly
connected
to changer
main logic board
Plug solenoid
wires
into logic board
If still no payout,
replace
solenoid
with
good solenoid
and
test.
If changer
operates
properly
Replace
payout
If still
no payout
Replace
changer
main logic board
If still
no payout
Replace
changer
main power
harness
defective
defective
solenoid
Exit
21
SECTION
7: TROUBLESHOOTIN
Exit
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9300-L
/ 9302-L
Wiring
Diagram
26
samof
SoLENo
10
CENT
CENT
LNIT
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bEN5QI
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2
Lll(CT
USE-Y
1-E
LOGIC
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Exit
1
FUTE
6)
BOAR0
IC2
1
I
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SEE
NOTE
2
\
SI!E
NOTE
3
UNIT
ELECTRONIC
ACCEPTOR
NOTE
4O(lS52
ISEE
3
1 t
CIARESS
PLUS
SECTION
8: PARTS
<iew
7
LIST
93004./9302-L
\
Exit
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part
No.
406618
406618-l
406748
406754
406848
406848-l
406849
406849-l
909100
406739-3
406739-4
406728-l
406700
406789
Description
Harness, 9300-L/9302-L
Harness, 9302-LF
Harness, 9340-L
Harness, 9342-L
Logic Board, 9300-L
Logic Board, 9340-L
Logic Board, 9302~ULF
Logic Board, 9342-L
Changer Housing
Payout Assembly, 9300-L
Payout Assembly, 9302-L
Inventory tube & board assy.
Acceptor
Logic board cover assy.
24
SECTION
Changer
8: PARTS
LIST
-;z
Housing
Exit
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
5
Part
No.
909100
90201 l-l
90201 o-1
904195
909729
Quanity
Description
Housing
(only)
Acceptor
Latch,
Acceptor
Latch,
Harness
Clamp
Label,
Identification
Right
Left
1
1
1
1
1
SECTION
8: PARTS
LIST
9300-L
9302-L
406739-3
406739-4
Payout
Payout
Assembly
Assembly
Exit
li
Item
No.
1
Part
No.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
406607- 1
406607-4
909113
909141
909630
909105
909104
909103
909102
345P4R7
10
11
909135
909106
Description
Solenoid Assy., 11 OVDC
Solenoid Assy., 24VDC
Pivot Shaft
Upper Payout Base
Screw, 6-32x3/16 FH undcut blk
1 O& Payout slide
5c Payout slide
25~ Payout slide
Lower payout base
Screw, 4x7/16 PH PHL
PLAS, blk
Coin Return Liner
Solenoid Lever
26
Quanity
6
1
1
1
a
1
3
Logic Board Cover
406789 Assembly
Inventory
Tube
406728-l
Assembly
Exit
Item
No.
1
2
Part
No.
9095853
909088
Description
Logic
Label,
board
cover
switch options
Quanity
Item
No.
1
1
1
2
3
27
Part
No.
406727-l
407446-l
9091151
Description
Inventory
tubes
Board Assy.
tube sensor
Inventory
tube label
1
1
1
SECTION
8: PARTS
LIST
Acceptor
406700
Front View
Assembly
Exit
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Description
Part
No.
406184-2
406567
906596-l
406810
906606906624
751S21X
906618
400-8
406611
3454R5
906616
909086
1
Gate & Coil Assy.
Gate Board
Assy.,
LED
Cover
Front cover assy. (Incl Item #13)
Operating
Lever
Screw,
gate lever pivot
Retaining
ring
Spring,
operating
lever
Nut, 8-32 Lock
Mainplate
& Coil Assy.
Screw,
4x5/16
PH PHL PLAS
Coin Rail
Front cover decal only
28
2
SECTION
Acceptor
406700
8: PARTS
LIST
i
Back View
Assembly
Exit
Item
No.
Part
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
406611
406167
906619-2
906619-l
909096-l
407506
406612-l
909095-2
906596-l
Description
Mainplate
& Coil Assy.
Plunger
& Yoke Assy.
Spring,
copper-plated
Spring,
nickel-plated
Back Cover
Board
assy., 9300 acceptor
Rear chute & coil assembly
Front Cover
Cover
gate
Item
No.
Quanity
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
29
Part
No.
906622
345S4R7
906600909092
909091
406632
406164-l
406613-l
908845-i
Description
1
Pin, diverter
pivot
4x7/16
PH PHL PLASS
Diverter
door, upper
Diverter
door, lower
Coin rail
Coil assy. solenoid,
upper
Coil assy. solenoid,
lower
Coil assy.,
Sensing
Plug, spring
retention
2
SS
Screw
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Exit