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CHANGEGIVER
POCKET GUIDE
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE,
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CashFlow® 530 changegiver Pocket Guide
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User Safety Notices
WARNING
Before cleaning, servicing, removing or replacing
CashFlow® units, ALWAYS SWITCH OFF or
ISOLATE the ELECTRICITY SUPPLY to the host
machine.
CAUTION
This guide is for use only by personnel trained to
carry out electrical installation.
Maximum Operating Voltage
Do not apply more than the voltage specified on the
unit.
Dangerous Environments
Do not operate the unit in the presence of
flammable gases or fumes, or after the entry of fluid
into the machine.
Disposal of Product
If necessary, always dispose of defective units
according to local regulations.
Conformance to
International Standards
When installed and operated according to the
instructions provided for the particular unit,
CashFlow® products meet the applicable
international and national safety standards for any
country in which they are used.
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Routine Maintenance
WARNING
Switch off the power to the host
machine before cleaning the unit
Clean the coin pathway (shown shaded in the
figure) regularly with a soft cloth moistened with
water. Take care that all the surfaces are dry before
you close the lid of the unit, particularly if you have
had to clean the unit after the entry of dirt or fluid.
Opening
tab
Lid
Clean the
shaded areas
Take care that no drops of water enter the unit
during cleaning.
Never use solvents or abrasive creams to clean the
unit. These will damage the surfaces. Ensure that
the lid is fully closed after cleaning.
NOTE: If you switch the machine on when
the lid of the acceptor unit is not fully closed,
coins will be rejected, even if you then close
the lid.
If this happens, switch off the power to the
machine for at least 15 seconds, then close the
lid again. Make sure the lid snaps shut.
Switch the power on. Check that coins are
accepted.
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Cleaning the Dispenser Arms
Switch off the power to the host
machine before cleaning the unit
Squeeze together the two release catches of the
coin storage cassette and lift out the cassette.
Clean the dispenser arms and their paths in the
dispenser base with a soft cloth moistened with
water.
Switch on power to the machine, press the yellow
Mode button twice to park the dispenser arms, and
replace the coin cassette.
Check that the two release catches snap shut.
Clean the arms
and their paths
Dispenser arms in
parked position
You should only remove the dispenser and the
dispenser arms for cleaning if there is a heavy build
up of dirt or other matter in the dispenser.
Always refer to the Product Maintenance
Handbook before removing these parts.
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Checking and Replacing a Fuse
Switch off the power to the host
machine before checking a fuse
Squeeze together the two release catches of the
coin storage cassette and lift out the cassette.
Acceptor
release catch
Fuse box cover
is located
behind creditor
Coin cassette
release catches
Press down the blue release catch above the
creditor with a small screwdriver. Pull the top of the
creditor forward and downwards. Unplug the
exposed ribbon cable and lift out the creditor.
The fuses are under a cover in the left hand side of
the unit.
Always replace a blown fuse with one of the same
rating.
Replace the creditor, reconnect the ribbon cable
and press the creditor into place.
Park the dispenser arms and replace the coin
cassette.
Make sure that the release catches of the
creditor and of the cassette snap shut firmly.
Switch on power to the machine. Check that the red
LED comes on.
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Troubleshooting the CashFlow Unit
Is the red LED...
FLASHING?
• Check Route Alpha addresses
340 to 349 for error description
Y
• Press A, B, C, D
• Are correct coins
dispensed?
Y
OFF?
• Is the unit’s
interface loom
firmly connected?
N
N
• Re-connect loom
and re-start unit
Y
• Feed change coins
into acceptor
• Are coins routed to
the correct tubes?
• Does the red LED
stop flashing?
N
Y
• Float up tubes to the
required levels
• Make a trial vend to
check the unit
• Press Mode+Mode
• Does the yellow
LED flash?
N
• Check fuses,
replace if blown
Y
• Remove cassette, check
for coins covering top-level
sensors
• Check acceptor coin path
• Check for jams in separator
• Press Mode+Mode and
replace the cassette
• Press A, B, C, D to
dispense coins
• Insert change coins
• Are change coins
accepted?
N
• Make a trial vend to
check the unit
• Check for sufficient change
coins in tubes, and for jams
in dispenser and tubes
• Remove cassette and press
Mode+Mode to check
dispenser arm movement
• Check reject lever clearance
Y
• Are all coins accepted
and the red LED lit?
• Blocker signal from
VMC not present.
• Check for blocker
from VMC to unit.
Is signal present?
N
• Make a trial vend
to check the unit
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• Refer to the
troubleshooting
table in this Guide
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N
8
Coins are accepted but no
credit is given
Poor coin acceptance
No coins accepted
Problem
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Switch off power to the machine, and check the loom.
Switch off power to the machine, and check the separator for
jams.
Refer to the Product Maintenance Handbook before
attempting to clean the strobes or the opto’s.
Coin jam in the separator module
(post gate strobes are covered)
Accept gate strobes mechanism
blocked or dirty
Switch off power to machine, check and clean acceptor.
Adjust the modules until they are aligned accurately.
Check that the coin entry and exit chutes of the machine are
aligned with the coin entry cup on the unit and the cashbox on
the machine.
Power loom is not inserted correctly
Build-up of dirt in the acceptor
Modules are not mounted and
aligned correctly
Check and re-level the unit if necessary.
Switch off power to the machine, and check the loom.
Power loom not inserted correctly
Changegiver unit is not level
Switch off power to machine, check if the opto’s are blocked,
and clean the unit. Refer to the Product Maintenance
Handbook’s cleaning section before cleaning the opto’s.
Actions
Blocked accept gate opto’s, or build
up of dirt in the unit
Causes
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Coins are not routing
correctly
Unit rejects one type of
coin or token
Problem
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A tube is disabled
Check that the acceptor and separator are the correct versions.
Refer to your authorised MEI distributor.
Use
the Route Alpha 250 terminal to enable the tube.
Switch off the power, remove the cassette and release the
acceptor. Check that the top-level sensor and separator looms
are fitted correctly. Replace the acceptor and cassette. Switch
on power to the unit, insert coins and check routing.
The top-level sensor loom or the
separator loom is not connected
correctly
Wrong acceptor or separator is fitted
Check tube counts. If they are above the pre-set float levels
and automatic tube inventory is set, press Mode+A+C to
float-down the coins in the tubes.
Check the tube levels, then make a vend to check that the
correct change is dispensed.
Press A to leave float mode and to clear any credit.
Discard the worn or damaged coin/token.
Check the coin/token is in the coin set, and has been enabled.
Use the Route Alpha 250 terminal to enable the coin
Actions
The level of coins in a tube is
covering a top-level sensor
Coin or token is damaged or w o r n
A tube has
reached pre-set float level, further
coins are rejected because the unit
is in float mode
Coin or token is inhibited
Causes
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If required, float up through acceptor with correct change coins.
Check coin values and prices, reset if necessary using the
Route Alpha 250 terminal. Press A, B, C and D to check if
change coins are dispensed.
Insufficient change coins are
available
Incorrect coin values are set
Incorrect prices are set for selections
No coins are dispensed
Check that change coins are available in the tubes.
If necessary, float up the tubes with the correct change coins.
Switch off power to the machine and check that the
dispenser loom is fitted correctly. Refer to the Product
Maintenance Handbook.
Check that the dispenser module is operating correctly. Refer to
Maintenance Handbook’s module replacement section
before you attempt to service or to replace the dispenser.
Levels of coins in the tubes are
below the safe count
Dispenser loom not connected, or
loose
Faulty dispenser module
Check that coins are being routed to the tubes correctly.
Check Route Alpha 250 address 242.
Unit is in No overpay mode
Incorrect change is
dispensed
Re-float the coin tubes through the acceptor until the low-level
sensor mirrors are covered.
Too few coins in the change tubes,
leaving the low-level sensors
uncovered
High-value coins are
rejected and exact change
light is ON
Actions
Causes
Problem
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Red LED stays OFF
No power to the unit - loose loom or
blown fuse
No power to the unit, or voltage not
correct
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Restart the machine and check that the red LED is on.
Replace any blown fuses.
If yellow LED stays off, switch off power to the machine, and
check all power looms and fuses.
If the yellow LED flashes, the power is ON.
Test the power supply by pressing the Mode button.
Check that the power supply to the changegiver is at the
voltage shown in the window on the keypad label.
Check clearance is between 2 - 3mm, and adjust if necessary.
Not enough reject lever clearance
Press Mode+Mode to park the dispenser arms before
replacing the cassette, then dispense a coin from each tube to
check operation.
Check for jams in the acceptor and in the tubes. Clear the jams.
Switch off the power to the machine. Open and close the lid
of the acceptor, wait at least 15 seconds, then switch on
again.
Coin jam in the changer mechanism
Red LED is ON but coins
are not accepted
No action
Actions
Lid of the acceptor is open
Normal operation
Causes
Red LED is ON, except
when a vend is made
Problem
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Remove the coin cassette and check the tops of the coin tubes.
Switch off the power to the machine, remove the cassette
and check the dispenser for jams.
A coin has covered the top-level
sensor mirrors
A coin is jammed in the dispenser
module
Coin cassette is unclipped
Fault with the audit module
Check Route Alpha 250 addresses 340 - 349. Press A, B, C &
D to check if coins are dispensed. If the red LED is still flashing,
switch off the power to the machine, wait at least 15
seconds and switch on again. Check that coins are dispensed.
Fault with the changegiver unit
Red LED is FLASHING
Press coin cassette into place firmly, ensure clips snap shut.
Return the unit to your MEI distributor for repair if necessary.
Check the Route Alpha 250 audit addresses.
Clear any blockages and check for damaged coins.
Press and hold down A, B, C and D for at least three seconds
each to dispense coins down to the tube safe counts.
Press Mode + A + B, and insert change coins through the
creditor until tubes reach their pre-set levels.
If an audit FEM is fitted, Mode+A+B is not available to reset
tubes automatically to pre-set levels. In this case, float tubes
to required levels and make a trial vend.
Mismatch between the true coin
count in a tube and the count being
registered by the changegiver
Red LED is OFF, but
change coins are routed to
the cashbox and not to the
tubes
Actions
Causes
Problem
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Switch off power to the machine and open and close the lid
of the unit. Make sure the lid snaps shut firmly. Wait at least
15 seconds and switch the power on again.
The lid of the acceptor is not closed
firmly
Yellow LED is OFF
Use the table of Route Alpha 250 error addresses in this
manual
Check Route Alpha addresses 340
to 349 for a description of the error
Red LED is flashing and no
coins are accepted
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No action
Switch off power to the machine and clean the acceptor.
The coin path in the acceptor is dirty
Normal operation
Check the acceptor loom and reconnect it if necessary.
The acceptor loom is not connected
If it is faulty, refer to your authorised MEI distributor.
Check the keypad module.
Check the transformer. If faulty, refer to your MEI distributor.
Faulty LED or keypad module
Check the keypad module. If faulty, refer to your MEI distributor.
Faulty transformer
.Check for a full waste bucket. Check if machine is paused
halfway through a vend cycle. Complete the cycle if necessary.
LED or keypad fault
Restock machine if necessary.
No blocker signal from the machine
Actions
No stock available for vending
Causes
Red LED permanently
OFF. No other problems.
Red LED stays OFF and all
coins are rejected
Problem
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Normal operation
No power supply to the vending
machine
The changegiver is in shifted mode
because the Mode button has been
pressed
Faulty LED or faulty keypad module
Faulty unit, or faulty modules
Yellow LED remains OFF
when Mode button is
pressed
Yellow LED is flashing
Yellow LED is OFF
permanently.
No other problems.
Problems in handling coins
persist after all solutions
have been tried
Causes
Yellow LED flashes when
coins are accepted
Problem
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Contact your MEI distributor. To help diagnosis, note the
symptoms, and the model and serial number of the unit for
reference. These numbers are on a label on the side of the unit.
If faulty, refer to your MEI distributor.
Check the keypad module.
(To exit from shifted mode, press Mode or wait for 45 seconds )
The keypad is available to change the functions of the unit.
Replace blown fuses, following the instructions in this manual.
Switch off power to the machine, check all looms and check
all fuses.
No action
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Setting a Unit’s Functions with a
MEI Route Alpha 250 Terminal
Each piece of data which determines the unit’s
functions is stored in a separate address. Use the
terminal to read an address and to check or set the
unit’s functions.
Setting Functions
Insert the plug on the Route Alpha 250 terminal
into the six-way connector in the acceptor unit.

Six-way
connector
ENTER
LEFT
RESET
Display
UP
RIGHT
DOWN
A half-size zero is displayed when the terminal
powers up, followed by the software version
number and then the first address number with a
dot, or a dot and dash (1. or 1.-)
Functions can be changed only if a dash shows
after the address number.
Press UP or DOWN slowly to display addresses
one after the other. Hold down a key to display
addresses at an increasing speed. Press a key
twice quickly to jump large blocks of addresses.
To set a function, press ENTER to show the current
value in the selected address, then change the
value by pressing UP or DOWN.
Press ENTER again to return to the address
display. Press RESET to store the new value.
NOTE: If an error occurs, four half-size zeros
appear. Press RESET to clear this display and to
return to the current address.
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Troubleshooting the MEI
Route Alpha 250 Terminal
Symptom
Cause
Solution
Terminal
displays an
error message at
power-up
Communications
error
Press RESET
Terminal
displays an
error message
when changing
between
address and
data mode
Communications
error between
terminal and
product, or the
terminal does not
recognise the
product it has been
connected to
Repeat the last
operation.
Terminal powers
up but
addresses
cannot be
accessed
The product is not
compatible with
the terminal
Different
terminal
needed, or
different
software
needed.
Terminal does
not power up
Bad connections
or faulty cable
Check
connections.
replace lead if
necessary.
Terminal powers
up but one of the
keys does not
work
Faulty key
Use the
terminal’s selftest option. If
the key is faulty,
send terminal
for repair.
Non-standard
characters
printed on the
display
Faulty unit
Send unit for
repair.
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Single vend or multi-vend
Escrow return inhibit
Reset mode
(electromechanical
installation only)
227
228
Prices 1, 2, 3, & 4
201 - 204
226
Maximum credit
Parameter
200
Address
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0-4
0-1
0-1
0-65,535
0-65,535
Range
1 = multi-vend
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4 = reset after escrow accept signal
3 = blocker hold reset
2 = delayed blocker reset (300mS)
1 = delayed blocker reset (20mS)
0 = blocker reset
1 = escrow return inhibited
0 = escrow return allowed
0 = single vend
Values of prices 1, 2, 3 & 4
Maximum credit allowed
Meaning
Address Settings for Use with the MEI Route Alpha 250 Terminal
Notes
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Inhibit coin: coins 5 to 8
Inhibit coin: coins 9 to 12
231
Inhibit coin: coins 1 to 4
Parameter
230
229
Address
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0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
Range
Code 8 = inhibit coin 4
Code 2 = inhibit coin 2
Code 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 = inhibit coin 9 / 10 / 11 / 12
Code 0 = no coins inhibited
Address value = the sum of the codes where:
Code 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 = inhibit coin 5 / 6 / 7 / 8
Code 0 = no coins inhibited
Address value = the sum of the codes where:
For example, codes 1 + 8 = 9. If you enter 9 as this
address range value, coins 1 and 4 will be inhibited.
To inhibit more than one coin at the same time, add
their codes together.
Code 4 = inhibit coin 3
Code 1 = inhibit coin 1
Code 0 = no coins inhibited
Address value = the sum of the codes where:
Meaning
Notes
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Clear overpayment inhibit
243
Decimal point position
241
Overpayment inhibit
Price hold
238
242
Change delay
Inhibit coins 9 - 12
Inhibit exact change group
Inhibit coins 5 - 8
Inhibit exact change group
235
234
233
Inhibit exact change group
232
Inhibit coins 1 - 4
Parameter
Address
19
0-1
0-1
0- 3
0-1
0-255
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
Range
1 = hold price
0 = cleardown allowed
1 = cleardown inhibited
0 = overpayment allowed 1 = overpayment inhibited
0 / 1 / 2 / 3 = move point position 1, 2, or 3 spaces
0 = do not hold price
Delay in steps of 0.5 second
Code 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 = inhibit change coin 9 / 10 / 11 / 12
Code 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 = inhibit change coin 5 / 6 / 7 / 8
Code 1 / 2 / 4 / 8 = inhibit change coin 1 / 2 / 3 / 4
Meaning
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Price teach inhibit
Fast sense
245
246
Float down
(automatic tube inventory)
Float level for tube A
Float level for tube B
Float level for tube C
Value of coins in tubes
Coin count for tube A
247
251
252
253
310
311
(electromechanical only)
Keypad inhibit
Parameter
244
Address
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0 - 255
0 - 65,535
0 - 255
0 - 255
0 - 255
0-1
0-1
0-1
0-1
Range
1 = price teach inhibited
1 = keypad disabled
Current number of coins in tube A - READ ONLY
Value of coins in ALL tubes - READ ONLY
Set number of coins to be floated to in tube C
Set number of coins to be floated to in tube B
Set number of coins to be floated to in tube A
1 = float down enabled
0 = float down disabled
1 = fast
0 = normal
0 = price teach allowed
0 = keypad enabled
Meaning
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Disabled tube at position
A, B, or C
EEPROM errors - i
341
READ ONLY
342
READ ONLY
Value of coins 1 - 12
321 - 332
Full sensor errors on tubes
A, B, or C
Coin count for tube C
313
340
READ ONLY
Coin count for tube B
Parameter
312
Address
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0 - 15
0 - 31
0 - 255
0 - 65,535
0 - 255
0 - 255
Range
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4 = corrupt audit FEM
8 = audit FEM removed
2 = page 1 EEPROM error
Range value = sum of the codes, where:
1 = page 0 EEPROM error
1 / 2 / 4 = tubes A / B / C
Range value = sum of the codes, where:
128 = post gate strobe error
Range value = sum of the codes, where:
1 / 2 / 4 = tubes A / B / C
Current number of coins in tube C - READ ONLY
Current number of coins in tube B - READ ONLY
Meaning
Notes
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Operational errors - ii
BDV errors i
346
Operational errors - i
344
READ ONLY
345
EEPROM errors - ii
Parameter
343
READ ONLY
Address
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0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
0 - 15
Range
8 = internal EEPROM write error
8 = cashbox full
1 = audit timed out 2 = VMC timed out 4 = CPC
timed out
4 = protocol A receive error
1 = cassette removed 2 = protocol A transmit error
Range value = sum of the codes, where:
4 = HI2 hardware error 8 = HI2 transmission error
2 = creditor initialisation error
1 = coin-set code error
Range value = sum of the codes where:
4 = undefined
2 = audit FEM not initialised
1 = incorrect configuration version
Range value = sum of the codes, where:
Meaning
Notes
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363
362
361
Audit module - VMC I/D
360
23
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - print-out lines limit
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - print-out type
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - print-out language
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Reset error flags
BDV errors ii
Parameter
349
347
Address
0 - 25
0-2
0-4
0 - 65,535
0-1
0 - 15
Range
Limits the details on the print-out to the first few
specified price lines
2 = BASIC + INTERIM + FREE VEND REPORT
0 = BASIC 1 = BASIC + INTERIM VEND REPORT
3 = Dutch 4 =Spanish
0 = English. 1 = French 2 = German
Vending machine identification code
1 = reset error flags
2 = VMC incompatible
0 = do not reset error flags
4 = CPC incompatible
1 = audit incompatible
Range value = sum of the codes where:
Meaning
Notes
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Audit unit is BDV
VMC unit is BDV
386
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - installation year
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - installation month
ADVANCED AUDIT ONLY
Audit - installation day
Parameter
385
366
365
364
Address
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0-1
0-1
0 - 99
1 - 12
1 - 31
Range
1 = VMC is BDV
0 = VMC unit is not BDV
1 = audit unit BDV type
0 = audit unit not BDV type
Year of installation into machine
Month of installation into machine
Day date of installation into machine
Meaning
Notes
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Installing, Starting and Testing
a CashFlow Unit
Before installation...
1. Check that the unit’s specifications are correct
for the host machine.
2. Ensure that the unit’s modules are assembled
securely.
3. Check that the connector on the unit’s loom
matches the one on the host machine.
4. Confirm that the voltage of the power supply to
the changegiver is the same as that shown in the
keypad window of the changegiver.
Tighten the screw in the
right-hand keyhole slot
to secure the unit in the
host machine
Mounting points
Note the model
number and serial
number before
you contact your
MEI distributor
Fit the changegiver onto the locating
screws in the machine
1. Ensure that the unit is level on its three keyhole
mounting slots.
2. Check that the right-hand mounting screw is at
the top of the keyhole slot, and that the unit is level.
3. Press down the top cover flap and tighten the
right-hand mounting screw to secure the unit in
place in the machine.
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Push open the top
cover flap to get
access to the
fixing screw and
to tighten it
Connect the looms and secure them
in their correct positions
1. Check that the looms cannot be trapped by the
unit or by the door of the machine.
2. Check that the unit’s lid opens fully when the
reject button is pressed, and that the lever has
2mm - 3mm of clearance from the reject
mechanism of the machine. Adjust the clearance if
necessary.
3. Ensure that the unit’s coin entry cup is
aligned with the machine’s coin entry chute,
and that the coin exit chutes are lined up.
4. With the power off, insert ten of the largest and
smallest coins to check the coin routing to the coin
return cup.
Switch on the power to the unit
1. Check that the red LED comes on.
2. Set the vend prices with the keypad or with the
Route Alpha 250 terminal.
NOTE: Use the keypad if the installation has
an electromechanical interface. If the
installation has an electronic serial interface,
prices are normally held in the vending
machine.
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Float the coin tubes
Floating the tubes through the creditor
1. Press Mode + A, and insert change coins. When
the tubes reach the pre-set maximum float level,
further coins are routed to the cashbox.
Use the coin entry slots to replace any coin that
falls inadvertently through a tube, so that it is not
counted twice by the creditor.
2. Press A to return to normal operation.
Floating the tubes by hand
NOTE: Do not attempt to float up the tubes by
hand if the unit has an audit module fitted.
Float the tubes through the creditor.
1. Insert a full coin cassette, or remove the unit’s
cassette and fill the tubes to the float levels.
If the cassette is difficult to remove, release it and
tilt it forward. Push in the coin filling flap, and fill
tube A through the gap. Fill tubes B, C and D
through the coin entry slots.
2. Press Mode + Mode, replace the cassette, then
press Mode + A + B.
3. Insert samples of non-change coins to check that
they route to the cashbox.
4. Press A, B, C and D in turn to check that coins
are dispensed.
5. Press Mode + A and refloat the tubes through
the creditor.
When the pre-set float level is reached, further
coins are routed to the cashbox.
6. Press A to return the unit to normal operation.
The unit is now ready for use
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MEI Product Manuals
Full technical details of this product are
included
in
the
CashFlow
530
changegiver
Product
Maintenance
Handbook, a copy of which is available,
with other handbooks related to the
product, from your MEI Approved
Distributor, or your regional
MEI sales office.
MEI Product Training
Product training courses are available for
CashFlow and other MEI products.
The courses cover the technical features
and the maintenance of the product, and
give you hands-on experience in
servicing CashFlow products quickly
and efficiently.
Contact your regional MEI
Sales Office for more
information.
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