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DavidM

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Does anyone know of a EMV (chip) reader that doesn't require the customer to select CC on the screen? As far as I know, this has more to do with the EMV readers than it does Hamilton or anyone else. I was just at a car wash with DRB and it was the same. It also isn't that much of an issue. I know some people will find a way to struggle with anything but I'm not sure this is a deal breaker.
 

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I honestly would recommend the Wash Select from Unitec. It is tilted toward the customer, helping with mist from the bay, and it is easy to navigate. Unfortunately, a common problem is people stealing the buttons and the lights going out.
 

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I honestly don't know. It happed near us. I think it's supposed to be an act of vandalism... IMG_20210213_171412687_HDR.jpg
 

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They are arcade buttons, you can get a six pack on Amazon for about $10. I haven't heard of this being a common problem.
 

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They are arcade buttons, you can get a six pack on Amazon for about $10. I haven't heard of this being a common problem.
"Autowarn" is a 12 year old kid.
 

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They are arcade buttons, you can get a six pack on Amazon for about $10. I haven't heard of this being a common problem.
I completely forgot about that! But that is a good solution.
 
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