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Subject: Re: hopper problem

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Date Posted: 14:53:31 08/10/08 Sun
In reply to: Jeremy 's message, "Re: hopper problem" on 20:30:45 08/05/08 Tue

I checked all of the things listed and everything seems to be working. I am unsure if it was the knife or the coin out optics because I was playing with both but all seems to be good.

>Hopper overpays are usually do to the hopper knife, it
>either needs to be adjusted or replaced. The wrong
>knife for your machine or denomination and also cause
>this. Also check the green ground wire for any cuts,
>and that it is properly grounded. An improperly
>grounded hopper wire from the coin-out optics can
>cause short pays and overpays.

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