I did not repair the 3/4 inch tubing from the tank to the chemical. The tubing hardened up and when the chemical got low it could not reach in the chemical any more. The problem is it looked like it was okay. Now I know to replace when it gets to that state.
Today, I saw this awful site from my Rowe changers (BC-200) both did not work. One had this error "CH L COIN DETCTR" which I did not have time to research. Then the other had this message "CK TRANSPORT VF" which was alot easier because of this.
I liked this sticker "Nowhere but Wylam". Alot of things that happen I say the same thing. Like when a lady in a new grey Honda Pilot hit the stop sign with a cop in my wash.
Today, I also had problems with my Hamilton changer. My hopper was jammed. I had to dump the coins and then put them all back in. Then everything worked again.
I learned something about my Jim Coleman Company vacuums today. Greg was fixing everything that was broken at my wash when we discussed the timer differences that I had.
Apparently if the timer (1034r timer sn-052200-88) has the new firmware it says "SELECT" and if the firmware is old it says "ADD". Also, you could test by pressing the buttons. If the buttons sound when pressed it is the new firmware. If there is no sound then it is the old firmware. This is important because the old firmware allows fragrance or vacuum and with the new firmware you can switch between the two.