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Hi! I'm Daniela from MONEXgroup. I've noted your feedback on MONEXgroup's card readers. At MONEXgroup, we're committed to staying ahead of our game and making sure that we offer the best customer experience.
I understand you might have some questions or concerns about our Tap & Pay readers. I would like to answer those and clarify any misconceptions. please feel free to reach out to us at 1-866-946-6773.
Hi! I'm Daniela from MONEXgroup. I've noted your feedback on MONEXgroup's card readers. At MONEXgroup, we're committed to staying ahead of our game and making sure that we offer the best customer experience.
I understand you might have some questions or concerns about our Tap & Pay readers. I would like to answer those and clarify any misconceptions. please feel free to reach out to us at 1-866-946-6773.
You're correct about one thing it's all a game.
 

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It does provide that. I really see people appreciate the advancements in technology.

LED 7 is archaic. Ntm I’ve had 3 LED 7 timers burn up in the past 18 mo.
What do you mean by “archaic”? What would you like to see the Dixmor LED timers do that they don’t do now? How much would you be willing to spend for a more advanced timer?

If you’ve had 3 timers burn up in 18 months you’ve got a electrical or a load problem. The LED-7 timer is only rated for about 3 amps any more than that you run the risk of damaging the timer. If you have burned up 3 timers you want to consider installing a relay to take the load off the timer. I’ve never had a Dixmor timer burn up.
 

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It does provide that. I really see people appreciate the advancements in technology.

LED 7 is archaic. Ntm I’ve had 3 LED 7 timers burn up in the past 18 mo.
Can't say I know what your issue is but I have 12 in service. * have been in service since I tool over the location 20+ years ago and the other 4 I added to Vacs a few years ago. So far I can't recall one failing. Since I am just outside Chicago the environment is brutal.
 

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Can't say I know what your issue is but I have 12 in service. * have been in service since I tool over the location 20+ years ago and the other 4 I added to Vacs a few years ago. So far I can't recall one failing. Since I am just outside Chicago the environment is brutal.
Sorry if I'm getting in the middle here but......

1) does timer read FAIL
2) is it the same bay
3) is time just flashing or LED readout look scrambled
4) does it fail when customer selects that one selection

I would check wiring and voltage.
Before taking out timer test with different coin acceptor
I have a bay farthest from the equipment room that timer was messing up. I started by unplugging the heater and problem went away. Few months later I replaced the heater everything working.
When on, example, wash does it fail
Could be bad coil
 
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