Transporting class 300/700 style of machines

3 years 5 months ago #353 by Vintagepos


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  • When transporting these style of machine be aware that the key coupler inside the machine is sitting free until a key is pressed and locks on to it, which then locks all other keys out until the transaction is completed. When transporting the machine and it is tilted or put on its back the key coupler is free to move and can stop all other keys from being pressed. Ideally it is wise and good practise to press a key whenever one of these machines have to be moved. Please instruct your shipper to do it as this can save faith to both parties.

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    3 years 5 months ago #354 by rvkapp1


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  • Replied by rvkapp1 on topic Transporting class 300/700 style of machines
    I usually just lock the machine with the #2 key during transport.

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    3 years 5 months ago #361 by Vintagepos


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  • Replied by Vintagepos on topic Transporting class 300/700 style of machines
    Locking is best but when you purchase or get someone to deliver a machine and they don't have a key, pressing a key is a good safety measure.

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    3 years 5 months ago #364 by ncrebay


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  • Replied by ncrebay on topic Transporting class 300/700 style of machines
    I know, because I had a 50 1/4 cash register as posted in the question about cash registers forum, and it doesn't work. It is frustrating when sellers don't know what they are doing

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