Rowe BC-1400 Programming and Troubleshooting Guides

BC-1400 Initial Programming

Pull Back Shut Down Feature

Fastfeed shutdown programming

1. Put programming switch up

2. Push function button until display reads mc pay out

3. Use ^ and Ú button to read on

4. Push function button to read hop val

5. Push value button to read 25

6. Push function button to read accept $1

7. Push ^ button to read yes

8. Push value button to read accept $

9. Push ^ button to read yes

10. Repeat 8,9 for $10 and $20 if you accept them

11. Press function to read $1 pay

12. Press ^ Ú to read 4 mc mc

13. Press value button to read $5 pay

14. Press ^ Ú to read 20 mc mc

15. Press value button to read $10 pay

16. Press ^ Ú to read 40 mc mc

17. Press value button to read $20 pay

18. Press ^ Ú to read2 x 40 mc mc

19. Press function to read stacker mode

20. Press ^ Ú button to read sep

21. Press value to read stack $1

22. Press ^ Ú button to read upper

23. Press value to read stack $5

24. Press ^ Ú button to read lower

25. Press value to read stack $10

26. Press ^ Ú button to read lower

27. Repeat for $20

28. Put programming switch down

29. Ready for operation

 

 

Troubleshooting Guides

To program your Rowe BC1400 to shut down when an attempt is made to string your bill changer, follow these simple programming instructions: <![endif]>

1. Located on the left side of your Rowe display panel is the switch to change the normal operating mode to the programming mode. Move the switch up to activate the programming mode.

2 Depress the function button until the display reads: "Programming -- -- "

3 Using the ^ Ú buttons, set the first set of numbers to 11.

4 Push the value button to accept.

5 Again using the ^ Ú buttons, set the second set of numbers to 30.

6 Push the value button to accept.

7 The display will now read: "PULLBK SHTDN OFF"

8 Using the ^ Ú buttons set the shut down length of time (in minutes).

9 Switch the unit back to normal operating mode by using the switch located on the left side of the Rowe display panel. The display panel will now read: "STORING NEW DATA"

10 The machine has now been programmed If an attempt is made to string your bill changer, the display will record when the attempt was made. Ie. "02 04 = 15 AGO"

 

1. The first set of numbers on the display represents the number of days since the attempt was made.

2. The second set of numbers represents the number of hours.

3. The last set of numbers represents the number of minutes.

 

Using the example above, the stringing attempt occurred 2 days, 4 hours and 15 minutes ago.

 

1. Enter programming mode by putting the normal/programming switch up into "programming" position.

2. Push the "function" button until the display shows "programming _ _ _ _".

3. Use the ^ button to enter "11" in the first two digits.

4. Press the "value" button.

5. Use the ^ button to enter "29" in the second digits.

6. Press the "value" button. The display will show the lowest denomination of bill programmed to be accepted in the left half of the display. The right half will show three numbers which mean the following; 1 st digit to the left; number of shown bills accepted

2 nd digit to the left; in this amount of time (min)

3 rd digit to the left; shuts machine down for this amount of time.

Amounts changed by ^ Ú buttons

"hopper" button moves cursor

"value" button steps through all other programmed denominations to be accepted

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The last step to be programmed is the "all" step. This function covers all denominations programmed for acceptance. Any combination of all bills accepted in this programmed amount of time will shut the machine down for this amount of time. Note: Any individual denomination, or the "all" feature can be turned off by setting the number of bills accepted for that particular bill to zero.

 

 

Clearing Machine Errors: is done by simply pushing the FUNCTION button while the error is diplayed. As each error is cleared, any previous errors will be displayed on the CCC. Press the FUNCTION button to clear each error. After all errors are cleared and no faults or malfunctions are left in the machine, it will return to STANDBY state.

 

 

 

Reject - Speed

L Hopper Empty

R Hopper Empty

Reject - Speed

 

  Symptom:

  The transport motor speed is not correct.

  This is a reject message.

  The bill was rejected because the transport motor did not run at constant speed during validation.

 

Corrective Action:

 

  1. An object is possibly hung-up or jammed in the track.

  2. If bills are frequently rejected for this message, check for tight, binding, or sticky rollers, belts, or flipper.

  3. Check that the timing belt tension is not too tight.

  4. Check that the +12 VDC supply in the power control center is correct.

  5. All non-technical actions have been taken. HPWS typically has a two day turn around on all electronics.

  Note: If a bill is left in the transport for than five seconds, the bill changer will go into SELF-CLEAR

 

 

 

L Hopper Empty

 

  Symptom: The left hopper is empty

 

  Corrective Action: The bill changer was shutdown because the count from the left hand hopper was not satisfied within 180 seconds.   One Change bucket will have an incorrect change load from the hopper.

 

  1. Check the left-hand hopper. If not empty or low on coins, check for dirt buildup on the coin path or a jammed hopper.

  2. If the hopper looks OK, check the change buckets to see if one is overloaded with coins from the left-hand hopper.

  3. If it is overloaded, check the left coin detector or the wiring to the detector. If these check OK, replace the CCC.

  4. If the buckets are not overloaded, reset the bill changer and TEST VEND to see if the left-hand hopper runs. If the motor does not run, check the motor and wiring to it. If OK, replace the CCC.

  5. To restore the bill changer to operation, press the FUNCTION button after correcting the problem.

  6. NOTE: In the event a customer claims to have been "shortchanged" on a $10 or $20 bill when this fault occurred, after re-setting the changer to normal operation the HOPPER button can be depressed to verify if this did happen. In the normal mode, press the HOPPER button to display the last three denominations accepted. If a $10 OR $20 bill was short changed, the display will show a 1/2 to the left, and either a $10 or $20 to the right indicating the denomination that the customer was short changed.

 

 

 

R Hopper Empty

 

  Symptom: The right hopper is empty.

 

  Corrective Action: Changer was shutdown because the count from the right hand hopper was not satisfied within 180 seconds.

  One change bucket will have an incorrect change load from the right hand hopper.

 

1. Check the right-hand hopper. If it is not empty or low on coins, check for dirt build-up on the coin path or a jammed hopper.

2. If the hopper looks OK, check the change buckets to see if one is overloaded with coins from the left-hand hopper.

3. If it is overloaded, check the left coin detector or the wiring to the detector. If these check OK, replace the CCC.

4. If the buckets are not overloaded, reset the bill changer and TEST VEND to see if the right-hand hopper runs. If the motor does not run, check the motor and wiring to it. If it is OK, replace the CCC.

5. To restore the bill changer to operation, press the FUNCTION button after correcting the problem.

6. See not #6 on L HOPPER EMPTY

 

 

 

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