First, inspect the vending machine as you unpack it and ask the driver to wait a few moments until you have done a quick inspection. Once you have signed off, you are responsible for the external condition.
If there are problems, note them on the bill of lading.
Review all documents attached to be sure that it is consistent with your order.
Once the vending machine has reached its destination, the shipping boards can be removed. Split the shipping boards with a wedge or crowbar at either end.
Do not tilt the vending machine or attempt to lift it with a two wheel truck.
Next, level the machine and adjust the four main legs so they are touching the floor.
Place the vending machine 5 feet from the designated power outlet. The ventilation opening in the back must be clear of obstructions.
For refrigerated models allow at least 4 inches between the wall and the back of the vendor for proper air circulation.
For indoor vending machines:
The power cord kit will be located in the coin box area. Before plugging the cord into the wall outlet, leave the metal cover attached and plug the cord into the connector at the rear of the machine. Using the screws provided, secure the protective cover and strain relief in place.
Warning: The false leg helps prevent the vending machine from tipping forward when the vending door is open and one or more bottle trays are extended. Failure to install the false leg on vendors with bottle trays may result in serious injury.
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