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TitleVendo V-Max Pepsi Cola
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Table of Contents
                            1- SAFETY 032602.pdf
	It is MANDATORY that all installations requiring leveling be approved by the
2 - GENERAL INFO-Pepsi Trade 032602.pdf
	GENERAL INFORMATION
	FIGURE 7
3 - PROGRAMMING 91 091702.pdf
	THREE-BUTTON PROGRAMMING
		Test Mode
		Time/Date Setting Mode
		Low Energy Operation
		Selection Setting
4 - CABINET PARTS-PEPSI 090502.pdf
5 - PEPSI DOOR091702.pdf
6 - PEPSI ROBO DOOR091802.pdf
7 - PEPSI MINI V-MAX091702.pdf
8 - GAS ISLAND041502.pdf
9 - MAINTENANCE 032602.pdf
10 - TROUBLESHOOTING Trade040902.pdf
	For Equipment Purchased prior to 10/1/01
	REFRIGERATION UNIT RETURN PROCEDURE
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

SAFETY SECTION

3/2002 S-1

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A COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

The Vendo Company is committed to safety in every aspect of our product design. Vendo
is committed to alerting every user to the possible dangers involved in improper handling
or maintenance of our equipment. The servicing of any electrical or mechanical device
involves potential hazards , both to those servicing the equipment and to users of the
equipment. These hazards can arise because of improper maintenance techniques. The
purpose of this manual is to alert everyone servicing Vendo equipment of potentially
hazardous areas, and to provide basic safety guidelines for proper maintenance.

This manual contains various warnings that should be carefully read to minimize the risk
of personal injury to service personnel. This manual also contains service information to
insure that proper methods are followed to avoid damaging the vendor or making it unsafe.
It is also important to understand these warnings are not exhaustive. Vendo could not
possibly know, evaluate, or advise of all of the conceivable ways in which service might be
done. Nor can Vendo predict all of the possible hazardous results. The safety
precautions outlined in this manual provide the basis for an effective safety program. Use
these precautions, along with the service manual, when installing or servicing the vendor.

We strongly recommend a similar commitment to safety by every servicing organization.
Only properly-trained personnel should have access to the interior of the machine.
This will minimize the potential hazards that are inherent in electrical and mechanical
devices. Vendo has no control over the machine once it leaves the premises. It is the
owner or lessor’s responsibility to maintain the vendor in a safe condition. See Section I of
this manual for proper installation procedures and refer to the appropriate service manual
for recommended maintenance procedures. If you have any questions, please contact the
Technical Services Department of the Vendo office nearest you.


SAFETY RULES


Read the Safety Manual before installation or service.
Test for proper grounding before installing to reduce the risk of electrical shock and
fire.
Turn off power switch or disconnect power cord from wall outlet before servicing or
clearing product jams. The vending mechanism can trap and pinch hands.
Use only fully-trained service technicians for Power- On servicing.
Remove any product prior to moving a vendor.
Use adequate equipment when moving a vendor.
Always wear eye protection, and protect your hands, face, and body when working
near the refrigeration system.
Use only authorized replacement parts.
Be aware of inherent dangers in rocking or tipping a vending machine.
Always turn power off before plugging or unplugging vendor to wall outlet.

3/2002 S-2

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V-MAX REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY
ITEM
NO.

DESCRIPTION QTY
REQ

110V PART
NO.

1 REFRIGERATION ASSEMBLY D90 TC S 1/3 R134a CAP START 1 1120341
2 RIGHT EXTENSION - EVAPORATOR 1 1077635
3 LEFT EXTENSION - EVAPORATOR 1 1077635-1
4 SERVICE PLUG ASSEMBLY US – WITH POWER INLET 1 1122251
5 TOP COVER - EVAPORATOR 1 1121640
6 FAN CLIP - EVAPORATOR 2 336640
7 FAN BLADE 1 1113562
8 EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR 2 42321-17
9 ORIFICE PLATE - EVAPORATOR FAN 1 1120571

10 BRACKET TEMP SENSOR 1 1112287
11 CLAMP PUSH MOUNT 1 384692-3
12 COMPRESSOR CORD 1 1121020
13 BRACKET - CONDENSER FAN 1 389797
14 TEMP SENSOR ASSEMBLY (INCLUDES BRACKET) 1 1121777
15 FAN CLIP - CONDENSER 1 V42323
16 BASE - REFRIGERATION 1 1006703
17 START RELAY – INCLUDED IN ASSEMBLY 513506066 1 ~
18 OVERLOAD PROTECTOR – INCLUDED IN ASSEMBLY 513506066 1 ~
19 COVER – OVERLOAD – INCLUDED IN ASSEMBLY 513506066 1 ~
20 CLIP - COMPRESSOR MOUNT 2 336640
21 STUD COMPRESSOR MOUNT 2 390102
22 CLAMP 1 324099-3
23 FAN MOTOR - CONDENSER 1 42321-36
24 FAN BLADE - CONDENSER 1 320766
25 BRACKET – CAPACITOR – INCLUDED IN ASSY 1112805 1 ~
26 CAPACITOR 1 1122999
27 EDGE TRIM - SHORT 3 388304-1
28 EDGE TRIM - LONG 1 388304-3
29 BRACKET - FAN MOTOR 1 389797
30 END CAP – CAPACITOR – INCLUDED IN ASSY 1112805 1 ~
31 EVAPORATOR FAN MOTOR HARNESS 1 1122193
32 EVAPORATOR 1 385470
33 EVAPORATOR FAN BRACKET MOUNT 3 1117996
34 ORIFICE PLATE – EVAPORATOR FAN (SINGLE) 1 390228
35 CORDSET, US – WITH 90º PLUG 1 1122252
36 BRACKET, POWER INLET 1 1122577
37 CAPACITOR CLIP (NOT SHOWN) – INCLUDED IN ASSY 1112805 1 ~











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3/2002 C-16

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POSSIBLE PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SERVICE SUGGESTION

Evaporator frosted over Water at base of evaporator
unit

Check for proper drainage
(such as plugged drain, kinks
in drain tube, etc.), check
door seal.

Product freezing up too cold Temperature setting too low Adjust temperature setting in
electronic controller.

Excessive noise Fan blade bent or hitting
shroud

Straighten, relocate shroud
position, or remove shroud.

Fan motor noisy Replace if necessary.
Refrigeration base loose or

bent
Tighten bolt or replace if
necessary.

Both compressor and
condenser fan motors will
not operate

Bad refrigeration control
relay

Test relay using relay test
function of the electronic
controller. Replace relay if
necessary.

Bad wiring connection at
refrigeration control relay

Check wiring connections.
Make corrections if
necessary.































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