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11-25-2004, 09:17 PM
I have a small unattended mat in a good location. I am a new owner and looking for quickest way to get to a service school or learn how to do the small repairs myself..need help!
11-26-2004, 10:51 AM
Contact your local distributor, they will usually have a service school once or twice a year. Or see if you can pay for one of their techs for a one day in store service school. You will be paying their normal hourly service rate for 4-6 hours, but the tech will be able to use and fix your equipment as you learn.
11-28-2004, 09:16 PM
i knew nothing about fixing machines when I bought my first mat. i waited till a few things broke, then called a dealer for a repair. I watched, and asked questions. the repair I needed was for a Dexter 20# washer would not lock. It ended up a wire had come loose off the door switch. While he was there I had him put a valve kit in a dexter water valve that did not fill right. Cost was $75 You pay to learn. Some good parts dealers will help trouble shoot and give advice. You can post questions on www.coinwash.com (http://www.coinwash.com) also. Even here, everyone likes to trouble shoot problems, except thier own! LOL!