Simple Solutions for Pachislo Hopper Errors
Most container issues are not difficult to address. Container mistake codes are general and don’t give you explicit subtleties regarding the actual issue. First you really want to track down the issue.
Stage 1: Remove the Hopper
There are sorts of container associations – one that has a line that goes from the container to the power supply, and the other where the container is naturally associated when it is embedded totally into the rear of the machine.
Assuming that your container has a wire going from the container to the power supply, that wire can be taken out from the power supply or, contingent on the container, from a connector on the actual container.
Pull the container towards you – it is hung on by a track and might be tight, simply squirm it somewhat left to right while pulling it. Some have a white clasp on the front base that you should push down while pulling the container towards you. Others might have a piece of plastic before slots the container on the machine. Simply lift the container over the plastic while pulling it towards you.
On the off chance that your container is associated by a wire, eliminate the wire from either the actual container or the power supply.
Stage 2: Remove the Top of the Hopper
Containers have two segments that are either screwed or cut together. The fact that the coins fall into makes the top area the plastic. The base segment is the wheel, plug/connector and sensor. The top piece of the container can be taken out.
On the off chance that your container has screws simply eliminate the screws with a Phillips screwdriver. There ought to be four screws – two situated within the container and two outwardly of the coin region. At the point when the two screws are eliminated the top will fall off and you will hold the whole base region with the wheel uncovered.
There are additionally container that have cuts holding the top to the base. These clasps are typically yellow. The most widely recognized has two yellow clasps on the front corners. Pull the clasps toward you.
Stage 3: Look for Jammed Coins
Take a gander at the region where the coins leave the container and in the openings in the actual wheel for stuck coins. You will see them quickly now that you can see the whole wheel region. Eliminate the obstacle and test the wheel physically.
Stage 4: Lubricate the Wheel
You ought to have the option to turn the container wheel clockwise with little obstruction. Assuming that you have no coins stuck in the machine, attempt to turn the wheel. In the event that it appears to be tight, has rust, and so on check again for deterrents. Clean the wheel, the region around it, and so forth. You might have to provide it with a fast splash of silicone – don’t utilize WD40 and don’t utilize a ton of shower. A speedy shower will make it happen. Work the wheel for a couple of moments to allow the ointment to take care of its responsibilities.