To get the Hamilton credit card acceptor out of the unit there are 4 bolts that hold it into the acw-5. Unbolt them and the credit card acceptor comes right out. Then remove 2 screws and the acceptor comes off the holder. I then mounted the new acceptor and reversed the process, tested my credit card and everything worked great! Now I can accept credit cards with my acw-5.
I labeled the “box of power” today, actually it has only 3 things and the electrician told me the answers. William and I turned the power on and moved the gantry for the first time today and there was a problem. The third picture shows how the gantry gearbox bolts hits the rail bolts. So William cut off all the bolts then the gantry can move back and forth.
I am actually installing a High Security bill acceptor on a BC-1400 not a BC-200 this time.
Their are 6 bolts that need to be removed and that is all that I did today. It was a lot harder than I would have thought.
2 weird things with my little Honda Fit: 1) This car bolts the brake fluid hose to the car. 2) This car also seems to wear the inside brake pads a lot more then the outside pads (left side is the inside pad, the last picture is the outside pad). Usually I thought that the pads should wear evenly?
New pads after 25,000, not very good. I must not drive very well?