What's new

Service for XE validator from goldline

Dan-Ark

Member
Joined
Apr 22, 2018
Messages
108
Reaction score
8
Points
18
Location
Dover Arkansas
I have gotten a couple complaints that the goldline took money and didn't start a wash so I thought I'd put the validator from my spare goldline on it, That one just sort of vibrates after taking a bill about an inch or two then sptis it out. I'd like to send this to someone to recondition, then swap them and do the one that seems to have developed sticky "fingers". any recommendations? idea of cost? thanks
 

OurTown

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 8, 2017
Messages
1,130
Reaction score
62
Points
48
Location
Dayton, Ohio
If you don't take the Hamilton Tokenotes then converting it to a Mars might be less expensive in the long run plus more reliable.
 

Randy

Well-known member
Joined
Sep 5, 2007
Messages
3,189
Reaction score
55
Points
48
One of the worse things you can do to a Hamilton XE validator is to put it on the shelf and not use it. When the XE validator sits on the shelf for an extended amount of time the belts will get a set in them and will become oblong and will not turn. If you have a spare you should rotate them in and out of service every 60 – 90 days. You could try putting the XE validator in a warm place for a few hours and then roll the belts around a few times to loosen them up, if this doesn’t work you’ll have to send it in for service, there isn’t really anything you can do to repair it yourself. I’d switch over to Mars if you’re not taking Token notes. Your looking at around $625 to convert over to a Mars validator.
 
Last edited:

Dan-Ark

Member
Joined
Apr 22, 2018
Messages
108
Reaction score
8
Points
18
Location
Dover Arkansas
Thanks, this came out of a wash that was shut down for a while. Surprisingly the one I am currently using sat for 4 years while the bank had it. guess its working pretty good considering. Maybe its just trying to collect some back pay LOL.
 

washzone

Member
Joined
Sep 14, 2015
Messages
30
Reaction score
0
Points
6
Location
Canton
I have gotten a couple complaints that the goldline took money and didn't start a wash so I thought I'd put the validator from my spare goldline on it, That one just sort of vibrates after taking a bill about an inch or two then sptis it out. I'd like to send this to someone to recondition, then swap them and do the one that seems to have developed sticky "fingers". any recommendations? idea of cost? thanks
X-cell electronics of Las Vegas, NV Dan is awesome his phone # is 702-889-9235
 
Top