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1. OUTLINE

* CCM5 series coin changers can be used with U.S. 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, and $1 coins as well as Canadian 5¢, 10¢, 25¢, $1, and $2 coins.
* A selector switch on back of the Discriminator allows the user to select between U.S.-coin-only, Canadian-coin-only or U.S.-and Canadian coins.
* Five coin tubes are integrated inside a cassette for ease of handling change.
* Up to three different type of coins are dispensed simultaneously to ensure rapid return of change.
* The coin changer communicates with the vending machine controller via the Multi-Drop Bus (M.D.B.).

2. PRODUCT MODEL NAMES

2.4 Color identification            Table II

3. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

4. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS

(1) Cassette Tube Assembly

Five coin tubes are integrated inside a cassette which can be removed from the coin changer. The
respective tubes are also equipped with an open/close back cover so that coins can be replenished or
collected easily. The cassette tube type sensing function is activated upon attaching a cassette to
the coin changer, and the specification applicable to the cassette type is adopted.

• The names of the cassette tube assy. and types of coins accommodated are as shown next page.

* Refer to section (2) for details of the full status detecting software counter.

(2) Automatic Coin Replenishment Tube Full Status Sensing Function

For sensing the number of coins, there is an interrupter switch with a lever at the top section of each
automatic coin replenishment tube, along with the coin counter in the software. Based on these two
sensing means, the coin tube full status is acknowledged. If either of the two sensing methods detects the full status
and a coin of the particular type which has been sensed as full is inserted, it will be delivered to the cash box by the
discriminator. The software counter for sensing the full status maintains its memory even in the event of a power failure. (Protected by the memory backup function.)

* The software counter function remains effective even if the cassette tube assembly is removed from the coin changer. When the coins are collected
out of the tubes, clear the memory of the software counter.
* Refer to page 9 for clearing the memory.
* Refer to section (1) for the value of the software counter.

(3) Coin Acceptance Prohibited

Coin acceptance is prohibited under the following conditions irrespective of the control by the main controller:
(1) During a power failure.
(2) When a coin or coins are being dispensed, an abnormal condition is caused or when power is supplied for the first time (for approx. 2 sec.)
(3) Coin acceptance is prohibited by setting the coin type acceptance prohibit function (only for the specified coin type).
(4) If the coin acceptance conditions for the coin type to be sent to the cash box are not established by the mounted cassette tube assy.

* The mark “√” in the table above indicates that the particular type of coin can be accepted regardless of the condition of the change.
* The mark “Δ” in the table above indicates that the particular type of coin can be accepted depending upon the condition of smaller denomination coins in the tubes.
* The following are examples in US-1.
• Conditions of the changer for acceptance of $1: Change for $1 in 10¢ and 25¢ denominations is available.
Example:
If the cassette tube assy. has four 25¢ and ten 10¢ coins, it can accept two $1 coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has six 25¢ and fifteen 10¢ coins, it can accept three $1 coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has one 25¢ and nine 10¢ coins, it cannot accept any $1 coin.
• Conditions of the changer for acceptance of $2: Change for $2 in 25¢ denominations is available.
Example:
If the cassette tube assy. has eight 25¢ coins, it can accept one $2 coin.
If the cassette tube assy. has sixteen 25¢ coins, it can accept two $2 coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has eight 25¢ coins and one $1 coin has already been inserted, it can not accept any $2 coin.
* The following are examples in US-4.
• Conditions of the changer for acceptance of $2: Change for $2 in 25¢ and $1 denominations is available.
Example:
If the cassette tube assy. has eight 25¢ coins, it can accept one $2 coin.
If the cassette tube assy. has sixteen 25¢ coins, it can accept two $2 coins.

If the cassette tube assy. has two $1 coins, it can accept one $2 coin.
If the cassette tube assy. has six $1 coins, it can accept three $2 coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has one $1 and four 25¢ coins, it can accept two $2 coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has one $1 and three 25¢ coins, it cannot accept any $2 coin.
* The following are examples in US-5.
• Conditions of the changer for acceptance of 25¢: Change for 25¢ in 5¢ and 10¢ denominations is available.
Example:
If the cassette tube assy. has five 5¢ coins, it can accept one 25¢ coin.
If the cassette tube assy. has one 5¢ coin and two 10¢ coins, it can accept one 25¢ coin.
If the cassette tube assy. has one 5¢ coin and five 10¢ coins, it can accept two 25¢ coins.
If the cassette tube assy. has five 10¢ coins, it cannot accept any 25¢ coin.
Note 1:
When US-5 is mounted, Canadian $2 coins are acceptable only if two satellite tubes for
25¢ (ST-25) that have sufficient change (six 25¢ each, twelve 25¢ in total) are attached,
and the status of the empty switch is “Sufficient Change.”
Example:
Both ST-25 have sufficient change: One $2 is acceptable.
Only one ST-25 has sufficient change: $2 is not acceptable.

(4) Escrow

When the main controller transmits the same value as the total amount of the inserted coins by the EXPANSION/ALTERNATIVE PAYOUT
command, all the inserted coins are returned.

(5) Failure Sensing Function

When the coin changer senses a failure, the abnormal condition is notified to the main controller. At the same time, the L.E.D.
on the inventory panel starts flashing. The monitoring system consists of two L.E.D.’s. One is for monitoring the status of the
discriminator (DIS display: red) and the other is for monitoring the coin changer (C/C display: yellow). The L.E.D.’s flashing
whenever a failure is detected in each section.

(6) Automatic Recovery of Motor Lock

If the dispensing operation fails because the payout motor locks:
(1) the changer will automatically start a reset cycle to clear the jam.
(2) in case of failure to clear the jam automatically:
(3) press any inventory switch and it will then start the sequences to unlock the motor. With the motor unlocked, the coin
dispensing mechanism stops operation and enters standby mode. If the motor remains locked, set the dispensing mechanism
to the standby position to stop the dispensing operation. Under this particular circumstance, the cassette tube assy. can be
removed to make it easier to solve the cause of the motor lock.

(7) Simultaneous Dispensing Function

Up to three different types of coins can be dispensed simultaneously to complete the process of returning change, depending
on the amount of change required and the condition of coins in the tubes.
* This function is not available in inventory mode.
* The combination of tubes D and E are not applicable to this function.
(Level 3 controller is required.)

(8) Simplified Automatic Change Adjusting Function

This function allows the coin changer, without needing to communicate with the main controller, to independently
control the increment or decrement of the quantity of change. For detailed operating instructions, refer to
section 5-3-3, “Loading the change tubes” on page 16.

(9) Memory Backup Function

An electrical double-layer capacitor is used, so data in the memory such as the number of coins in the tubes for change,
data of the empty quantity counter, data of the full status sensing software counter and the number of coins stored for
the simplified automatic change adjusting function are protected even in the event of a power failure. The memory backup
lasts for 3 days or longer (at 25°C) once the system has been turned on for longer than 24 hours continuously. The data
maintained by the backup function can be forcibly cleared as follows.

    (1) Deleting Backup Data
         1. Detach the cassette assembly from the coin changer.
         2. Press and hold down the Auto switch (AUT display “ON”) for about 5 seconds.
         3. The two L.E.D.’s (red and yellow) will flash rapidly for about 1 second to indicate that all of the data has been cleared.
Note: The backup data clear operation uses the same switch as that for the simplified automatic change adjusting function.
Be careful not to operate the switch incorrectly.

(10) Coin Accept/Reject Programming Function

This function allows the coin changer to prohibit the acceptance of particular types of coins independently of the main controller.
Instructions for setting these functions, refer to section5-3-5, “Coin Accept/Reject Programming Function” on page 19.

(11) Driving Power Supply Control Function

The load control system of the motor solenoid
which is part of the coin discriminator and dispensing
unit consists of two circuits, a driving
circuit and a driving power supply control circuit
(a circuit to supply power to the driving circuit).
Driving of the load (motor solenoid) requires
both a driving signal and driving power supply
control signal to prevent malfunctions of the
driving unit due to external noise.

(12) Selecting the Change Adjusting Function

The CCM5 series has the following functions for adjusting change automatically.
    (1) Simplified Automatic Change Adjusting Function
    (2) Inventory Mode Function
You can select one of the above functions by setting the display switches on the inventory panel. The selection is
shown on the display switches on the inventory panel. For detailed operating instructions, refer to section 5-3-8,
“Selecting the Change Adjusting Function” on page 22.

(13) Change Sensing Function

Information on the change obtained by the coin changer is transmitted to the main controller by the command TUBE STATUS. Information regarding the change is maintained in the memory even in the event of a power failure as it is protected by the memory backup function.
* Refer to page 9 for clearing the memory.

13-1 Change data

Information on each type of coin used for change is prepared on the basis of the proximity empty switch mounted on each coin tube as well as the memorized data on the number of inserted coins (empty quantity counter). Information for each type of coin is transmitted to the main controller. The change data is applicable to only those coin types specified for coin tubes in the cassette tube unit. Other types of coins are all sent to the cash box with “0” transmitted to the main controller.

(1) Change data on the basis of the proximity empty switch If any of the specified types of coins to be normally stored in the automatic coin replenishment tube or manual coin replenishment tube are stored in either tube exceeding the fixed quantity, the number of coins is transmitted to the main controller for each type of coin applicable. (If two or more tubes have coins exceeding each specified quantity, the information on them is also transmitted to the main controller. In this case, the information is not the total of the numbers of coins in different tubes.)

Example: 5¢ empty switch

(2) Change data on the basis of the empty quantity counter 1. When the empty switch is in “Sufficient Change” status (Initial value of change data = number of coins by type) Each time a coin or coins are inserted, the initial value of the number of coins by type is increased and the value is transmitted to the main controller. When none of the inserted coins are dispensed as a result of a sale and are stored inside the coin changer, the number of coins inserted is added to the initial value of the number of coins by type and the coins are held by the coin changer. On the other hand, if any coins are dispensed as the change in a sale, the number of coins dispensed is subtracted from the value of the number of coins by type until the initial value (which equals “Sufficient Change”) is reached. The changed value is transmitted to the main controller.

Example: When the 5¢ empty switch is in “Sufficient Change” status

2. When the empty switch is in “Out of Change” status (Initial value of change data = 0) Each time a coin or coins are inserted, the number of inserted coins is transmitted to the main controller. When the number of inserted coins is less than the number of coins by type and the empty switch is in the “Sufficient Change” status, the change data at that particular moment equals the number of coins by type. The number of coins inserted thereafter is added and transmitted to the main controller. If the sale proceeds without establishing “Sufficient Change” as a result of coin insertion, the data of the empty quantity counter is transmitted to the main controller as the change data. On the other hand, if any coins are dispensed as change in a sale, the number of coins dispensed are subtracted from the value 1 at a time after the empty switch enters the “Out of Change” status, until the value reaches “0”. The changed value is transmitted to the main controller.

Example: When the 5¢ empty switch is in “Out of Change” status

* The memory stored in the software counter is cleared when the cassette assembly is removed from the coin changer.

13-2 Maximum values of change data

      The maximum values of change data for the respective types of coin are shown below.

*1 The maximum value of the change data when US-2 with ST-5 (two tubes) or US-5 with ST-5 (two tubes) is used.
*2 When US-5 is used, the summed up value of the change data for the full status of one denomination in a cassette becomes 291. A: 97 + B: 97 + D: 97 = 291 However, the value 255 is transmitted by the TUBE STATUS command, because the maximum value of the change data to be sent by that command is specified to be 255 (FF H). This continues until the total number of coins in the tubes becomes 254 or less by dispensing.
*3 The maximum value of the change data when US-1 with ST-5 (two tubes) is used.

5. HANDLING AND INSTALLATION

   5-1 Handling Instructions

   5-2 Identification of Components and their Location

   5-3 Operating Instructions

   5-3-1 Installation Procedure

   5-3-2 Currency Selection Switch

The currency select switch on the back of the disciminator has three positions for selecting U.S. only, U.S. & Canada, or Canada only mode.

   5-3-3 Loading the Change Tubes (In case of US-1)

• Inserting Coins Through the Coin Insert Slots on the Cassette Tube Assy. (US-1)

• Inserting Coins With the Cassette Tube Assy. Removed

   5-3-4 Inventory Panel

The inventory panel consists of the eight switches and two monitor lamps shown below.

   5-3-5 Coin Accept/Reject Programming Function

• Coin Accept/Reject procedure
Operating the return lever or pressing the “MOD” switch for 5 seconds or longer cancels the Accept/Reject mode and enters standby mode.
Notes: Other than the step above, the Accept/Reject mode ends under any of the following conditions:
(1) No switch is pressed for more than 30 seconds since the Accept/Reject mode was established.
(2) A coin or coins are inserted.
(3) Abnormal condition occurs.
(4) The main controller transmits a command to prohibit acceptance of all types of coins.

   5-3-6 How to Operate the Simplified Automatic Change Adjusting Function

This function allows the coin changer to control the change independently of the vending machine controller based on the number of coins initially loaded as the base quantity in each coin tube (automatically replenished tube) of the cassette tube assy. in the coin changer. This function is very convenient when the types of coins are restricted depending on the goods handled by the vending machine or when the change handled by multiple vending machines needs to be unified for easier sales control. To take advantage of this function, carefully read the handling instructions and warnings described later.

   5-3-7 Removing Coins from the Payout Tubes

• When the Cassette Tube Assy. is Removed:
• When the Automatic Change Adjusting Switch (AUT) is used:
Pressing the automatic change adjusting switch for at least one second activates the automatic change adjusting function and the extra coins are paid out. (Refer to page 19 for details.)

   5-3-8 Selecting the Change Adjusting Function

The CCM5 series has the following functions for adjusting change automatically.
    (1) Simplified Automatic Change Adjusting Function
    (2) Inventory Mode Function
You can select one of the above functions by setting the display switches on the inventory panel.
The selection is shown on the display switches on the inventory panel.
• Selecting Functions

   5-3-9 Inventory Mode Function

This function allows the coin changer to control the increment or decrement of the quantity of change independently of the main controller.
This function is used for:
    (1) Setting the number of coins accommodated in the tubes
    (2) Dispensing the coins for the increment
    (3) Replenishing the coins to compensate for the decrement
(1) Operating Procedure
To control the quantity of change with this function, follow the steps below.
    (1) Empty the automatic replenishment tubes and clear the backup data.
    (2) Set the number of coins to accommodate in the tubes.
    (3) Vending operation
    (4) When collecting coins, dispense for increment or replenish for decrement.
Continue with steps (3) and (4) repeatedly. To change the number of coins accommodated in the tubes, perform step (1) then step (2).
(2) Procedure for Setting the Number of Coins Accommodated in the Tubes
The data on the number of coins accommodated in the tubes is maintained in the backup data. When the operation is repeated without clearing the backup data, the newly set number of coins accommodated is added to the value in the stored data.
(3) Dispensing for Increment and Replenishing for Decrement

   5-3-10 Vend Test

(1) Connect the 6-pin plug to the vending machine socket.
(Caution: Do not plug in or unplug coin changer with power on.)
(2) Deposit three types of coins: 5¢, 10¢ and 25¢
• Is the amount indicated correctly on the amount indicator?
• Is the vend lamp on the vending machine turned on? (When the deposited coins reach the vend price while the products to be vended are loaded in the vending machine)
• Is the coin that is set to be prohibited by the coin changer rejected and returned to the return slot of the vending machine?
(3) Press the coin return lever of the vending machine.
• Are the deposited coins and returned coins the same?
(4) Deposit 5¢, 10¢ and 25¢ coins such that the total amount exceeds the vend price, then press the vend button on the vending machine.
• Is the change amount correct?
(Take the product out of the vending machine.)
Perform the above steps to confirm that the system is ready for vending. If an abnormality occurs during testing, read this manual again and identify the cause.

6. CONSTRUCTION AND DESCRIPTION

6-1 Description of Parts

• Discriminator Section

• Coin Changer

6-2 Flow of Coins

6-2-1 US-1 Cassette

• The front sensor evaluates each inserted coin, if judged genuine, the CREM solenoid operates and coins are routed past the credit sensor to the tubes.
• Canadian $2 coins are always routed to the cash box.
• Defective coins or slugs are returned, either automatically or by operating the return lever.
• For sensing the number of coins, there is an interrupter switch with a lever at the top section of each automatic coin replenishment tube, along with the coin counter in the software. Based on these two sensing methods, the coin tube full status is sensed. If either of the two sensing methods detects the full status and a coin of the particular type which has been sensed as full is inserted, it will be delivered to the cash box by the separator solenoid.

6-2-2 US-2 Cassette

• The front sensor evaluates each inserted coin, if judged genuine, the CREM solenoid operates and coins are routed past the credit sensor to the tubes.
• Canadian $2 coins are always routed to the cash box.
• Defective coins or slugs are returned, either automatically or by operating the return lever.
• For sensing the number of coins, there is an interrupter switch with a lever at the top section of each automatic coin replenishment tube, along with the coin counter in the software. Based on these two sensing methods, the coin tube full status is sensed. If either of the two sensing methods detects the full status and a coin of the particular type which has been sensed as full is inserted, it will be delivered to the cash box by the separator solenoid.

6-2-3 US-4 Cassette

• The front sensor evaluates each inserted coin, if judged genuine, the CREM solenoid operates and coins are routed past the credit sensor to the tubes.
• Canadian $2 coins are always routed to the cash box.
• Defective coins or slugs are returned, either automatically or by operating the return lever.
• For sensing the number of coins, there is an interrupter switch with a lever at the top section of each automatic coin replenishment tube, along with the coin counter in the software. Based on these two sensing methods, the coin tube full status is sensed. If either of the two sensing methods detects the full status and a coin of the particular type which has been sensed as full is inserted, it will be delivered to the cash box by the separator solenoid.

6-2-4 US-5 Cassette

• The front sensor evaluates each inserted coin, if judged genuine, the CREM solenoid operates and coins are routed past the credit sensor to the tubes.
• Canadian $2 coins are always routed to the cash box.
• Defective coins or slugs are returned, either automatically or by operating the return lever.
• For sensing the number of coins, there is an interrupter switch with a lever at the top section of each automatic coin replenishment tube, along with the coin counter in the software. Based on these two sensing methods, the coin tube full status is sensed. If either of the two sensing methods detects the full status and a coin of the particular type which has been sensed as full is inserted, it will be delivered to the cash box by the separator solenoid.

6-3 Discrimination Method

6-3-1 Discrimination by Metal Content and External Shape (Diameter)

When coins pass between the front sensors, the metal content and diameter of the coins are checked and compared with the preset reference values of the control board. A coin is judged to be genuine only when these values match.

6-3-2 CREM Solenoid and CREM Lever

6-3-3 Separator Solenoid and Lever

6-4 Operation of Switches, Sensors, and Related Parts

    6-4-1 Gate Lever Assembly and Related Parts

6-4-4 Tube-full Detector Switches and Levers

6-5 Payout System

    6-5-1 Payout Diagram

When the rotation of the motor is transmitted to the gear, payout cam and payout link assembly, the payout link assembly reciprocates back and forth. This motion is also transmitted to the change slide and the payout wiper. The change solenoids activate the change levers to control the motions of the change slides. Coins are carried by the payout link assembly and drop down when the change slides are activated. The dropped coins are paid out by the payout wiper.

6-5-2 Operation of the Change Solenoids and Payout System

Change solenoids are provided for each coin tube, and the solenoids are activated to dispense coins from the associated coin tube.

6-5-3 Payout of Change

    (1)     Coins in tube A: The change solenoids for tube A are activated to move the associated change lever. The payout link assembly is activated to move the change slide. The coin carried by the payout link assembly drops down and is dispensed by the payout wiper. Then all the relevant parts return to the standby status.
    (2)      Coins in tube B: Operations are the same as (1) except that the change solenoids for tube B are activated.
    (3)      Coins in tube C: Operations are the same as (1) except that the change solenoids for tube C are activated.
    (4)      Coins in tube D: Operations are the same as (1) except that the change solenoids for tube D are activated.
    (5)     Coins in tube E: Operations are the same as (1) except that the change solenoids for tube E are activated.

7. SIGNAL CONDITIONS and WIRING DIAGRAM

7-1 Terminal Connections/ Signals

(2) Input/Output Circuits

7-2 Wiring Diagram

8. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

The coin changer can become dirty from coins, dust, foreign matter, etc. therefore, good coin acceptance cannot be maintained.
Use mild soap water to remove sticky matter, syrup, etc. NEVER USE SOLVENTS!
• Preparing to clean the discriminator (Be sure to turn off the power to the coin changer before cleaning.)

• Cleaning the payout section of the coin changer

* After cleaning, insert coins in individual denominations in the normal operation status and confirm proper payout functions.

9. DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE

Remove the coin changer in the order written, install in reverse order.

9-1 Disassembly and Assembly of the Main Body of the Coin Changer

PRIOR TO ANY SERVICE ALWAYS TURN POWER OFF TO THE VENDOR!

1. Discriminator
     Removal:
     1. Push the latch up.
     2. Pull the discriminator toward you.
     3. Disconnect the discriminator connector.
     4. Remove the discriminator from the housing.


Installation:
In reverse order.
2. Cassette Tube Assembly
     Removal:
     1. Press the cassette latch down.
     2. Pull the cassette tube assy. toward you.


Installation:
Engage the concave portions of the cassette tube assy. with the convex portions of the bottom cover assembly and push the unit until it engages with a click.
3. Bottom Cover Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Squeeze the base latch between two fingers and open the      bottom cover assy. toward you.
     2. Lift the bottom cover assy. up a little and pull it out toward      you.
4. Base Latch and Bottom Cover Shaft
     Removal:
     1. Release the latch that fixes the base latch.
     2. Pull the base latch up toward you to detach it.
     3. Pull the bottom cover shafts 1 and 2 out from both sides.


Installation:
Engage the concave portions of the base latch with the slots on the bottom cover shafts 1 and 2 as illustrated.
5. Payout Link Assy., Wiper, Change Slide and Change Lever
     Removal:
     1. Pull the payout link assy. out toward you from the bottom      of the gear base assy.
     2. The wiper and change slides 1, 2 and 3 can be removed      for cleaning.
     Note: Unless very dirty, DO NOT remove these parts.


     Installation:
     Push the payout link assy. into the gear base assy. until it is      firmly installed.


     Note: Be sure to set the payout link assy., change      slides and wiper to the standby status as illustrated.
6. Payout Cam
     Removal:
     1. Pull the payout cams out.


     Installation:
     Set the payout cams at the standby positions as illustrated.
     Note: After any service to the payout area always      check the payout of each tube!
7. Center Cover Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Hold the center cover assy. with your left hand, press      section A with your thumb from inside to allow the right side      panel to unlatch from the housing (five latches).
     2. Pull the center cover up and release the latch at section B      (four latches) left side panel.
     3. Guide the flat ribbon connector through the slot.


     Note: Be careful not to damage the latches on sections      A and B.


     Installation:
     1. Guide the flat ribbon connector through the slot.
     2. Engage the four left latches first and then the five right      latches.


      Note: Be sure that the latches on sections A and B      are firmly engaged.
8. Tube-full Lever
     Removal:
     1. Pull the tube lever shaft out.
     2. Then release the three tube-full levers.





     Installation:
     Be sure the shaft is aligned properly. Insert the tube lever      shaft until it is firmly locked. (See the figure.)





     • Tube-full lever 1 Removal:
     1. Release the latch.
9. Gear Base Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Unplug the three connectors.
     2. Remove the cross-headed (flat head) screws M3x8(2)
     “(A)”.
      3. Release the latch on the rear panel and detach the      assembly.





     Installation:
     1. Engage the latch on the rear panel.
     2. Plug in connectors and guide the harness back in place.      (See the Figure 9.)





     Note:
     The harness should be guided very carefully in the exact      same way as before the removal. To ensure this, be sure to      memorize how the harness is set before removal. If      improperly set, it may cause abnormal stress and damage to      parts.
10. Change Lever and Change Solenoid
     Removal:
     1. Cut the harness tie wrap on the back of the gear base      assy.
     2. Remove two M3x8 screws.
     3. Remove the harness. Before removal, memorize how the      harness is set so that you can properly reinstall it later.
     4. Detach the change solenoids and the change levers.














     Note:
     When you detach the change solenoids, the associated      change levers, plungers, and springs are also      removed. Keep them together. Do not mix them up!
















     Installation:
     1. Insert the plungers of the change solenoids into the slots      of the change levers. (See the figure.)
     2. Install the harness properly in place as it was before      removal. (See the Figure 10.)
11. Empty Switch Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Remove the harness. Before removal, memorize how the      harness is guided so that you can properly reinstall it later.
     2. Release the right and left latches and pull the empty      switch assy. out.

















     Installation:
     1. Install the harness properly in the same place as before      removal.
     2. Bundle the harness and fasten it with the tie wrap.
12. Carrier Switch Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Release latch 1 and latch 2.
     2. Remove the carrier switch.









13. Power Supply Harness Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Cut the harness tie wrap from the power supply harness      assy.
     2. Disconnect the connector from the board.
     3. Release the right and left latches on the harness guide and      remove the power supply harness assy. together with the      connector.








Installation:
     1. Mount the power supply harness assy. back in place, and      fasten the harness with the tie wrap as illustrated.
     Note: Make sure the harness guide latches back into      place
14. Relay Board Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Disconnect all harnesses.
     2. Release the four latches on the housing and remove the      board.








15. Cassette Switch Board Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Remove the harness.
     2. Release the two left latches on the switch board assy.
     3. Release the two right latches on the switch board assy.











     Installation:
     1. Guide the harness in place. (See the Figure 15.)
16. Discriminator Latch
     Removal:
     1. Release the lock and open the latch to the outside.
     2. Push the latch down.
     3. Twist the latch to the outside.










9-2 Disassembly and Assembly of the Cassette Tube Assy.

1. Payout Slide
     1. Pull the payout slide out.












2. Tube Cover
     Removal:
     1. Release the two right latches.
     2. Release the upper left latch.
     3. Release the lower left latch.



     Note: The left latch is engaged very firmly, you may      need extra force to unlatch.




     Installation:
     Engage the two left latches first, then the two right latches.
3. Latch (R), (L)
Removal:
1. Release the latch (L).
2. Release the latch (R).



Installation:
Engage the latch (R) before the latch (L).






4. Rear Tube
     Removal:
     1. Squeeze the upper levers between two fingers and pull      the rear tube toward you.
     2. Release the left and right hooks.





     Installation:
     Engage the left and right hooks on the bottom first. Then      close the rear tube.



5. Select Lever (1)
     Removal:
     1. Remove one tapping screw M3x5.











6. Coin Base
     Removal:
     1. Remove three tapping screw M3x8.











9-3 Disassembly and Assembly of the Discriminator

1. Slug Cover
     Removal:
     1. Press the unlatch handle on the slug cover with your      thumb and pull the cover open toward you.
     2. Pull the slug cover up to detach it.


     Installation:
     Align the slug cover shaft on the right with the notch on      the main plate and push in the cover until the latch      engages with a click. Then close the cover.
2. Coin Channel Cover (1)
     Removal:
     Press the unlatch handle on the coin channel cover (1)      with your thumb and pull open the cover toward you.



     Installation:
     Align the latches on the right with the slots on the main      plate and push the cover in until the latch engages with a      click.
3. Coin Channel Cover (2)
Removal:
1. Slide the coin channel cover (2) upward and release the lower latch.
2. Pull the bottom of the cover up to detach the cover.






Installation:
1. Engage the upper latches.
2. Slide the coin channel cover (2) down to lock it in place.






4. Rear Cover
     Removal:
     1. Press the unlatch handles on both sides of the middle      part of the rear cover.
     2. Pull the cover toward you to detach it.


     Installation:
     1. Hold the cover by the unlatch handles and push it back      in place.
     2. Confirm that all the latches are firmly engaged.
5. Control Board Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Release the left latch and then the two right latches.
     2. Lift the control board assy. up a little to disconnect the      three connectors and the ribbon cable.


     Installation:
     When connecting the connectors to the control board      assy., insert the ribbon cable coming out of the gate assy.      into the terminal on the board. Be careful not to bend or      twist the cable.
6. Gate Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Unlatch the gate spring using a flat-head screwdriver.
     2. Detach the gate assy.

     Note:
     Take special care not to cut or twist the ribbon      cable.


     Installation:
     1. Pass the connector and the ribbon cable through their      slots on the main plate.
     2. Latch the gate spring onto the main plate using a flat-     head screwdriver.
     3. Push hard on the right side of the gate against the      spring.

     Note:
     Handle the gate spring with care as the spring is      strong.
     Take special care not to damage the guide on the      left side of the gate assy.




7. Gate Cover
     Removal:
     1. Release latch A using a flat-head screwdriver.
     2. Pull up the left side of the gate cover and release latch      B.
     3. Detach the cover.


     Installation:
     1. Engage latch B.
     2. Engage latch A.
8. Gate Spring and Gate Pin
     Removal:
     Pull the gate pin out to detach the gate spring.


     Installation:
     When installing, handle the gate spring with care the      spring is strong.






9. Front Lever
     Removal:
     1. Release the latches on both sides.
     2. Pull the lever out toward you to detach it.






10. Gate Rail
     Removal:
     1. Release the latch.
     2. Pull the rail out.






11. Funnel Guide
     Removal:
     1. Remove the (flat-head) screw M3x0.5x4(1).
     2. Pull the funnel guide out.







12. Gate Lever, Gate Lever Roller, and Gate Lever Spring
     Removal:
     1. Unlatch the spring using a screwdriver.
     2. Detach the gate lever assy. from the main plate.



     Installation:
     Mount the gate lever assy. back in place.
     Be sure the gate lever spring is aligned properly.
13. CREM Lever
     Removal:
     1. Release the left latch and then the right latch of the      CREM lever arm.
     2. Pull the CREM lever up.




     Installation:
     Insert the shaft of the CREM lever into the right and then      left slots on the main plate.







     Note:      Confirm that the right and left latches of      the CREM lever are firmly engaged with the slots      of the CREM lever arm.


14. Separator Lever (2)
     Removal:
     1. Slide the separator lever (2) upward.
     2. Unlatch the lower shaft.
     3. Pull the lever out.





     Installation:
     Be sure to align the latch of the separator lever (2) with      the slot of the separator lever arm (2).










15. Overflow Lever
Removal:
1. Release the right latch on the main plate.
2. Pull the overflow lever out.






Installation:
Be sure to engage the latch of the overflow lever with the slot of the separator lever arm (2).










16. Separator Solenoid Assy.
     Removal:
     1. Release the four latches.
     2. Slowly pull the separator solenoid assy. out.


     Note:
     Be sure to pull the assembly slowly so that the parts      of the assembly will not be removed.



     Installation:
     1. Align the plunger shaft of each lever into the solenoid.
     2. Lock the shaft in place with the four latches.


     Note:
     If the plunger position is diverted from the solenoid      slot, adjust the plunger position using the      screwdriver so that the plunger fits into the solenoid      slot.
     NEVER forcibly push the plunger into the slot, or      you might damage the solenoid levers.
17. CREM Lever Arm
     Removal:
     Pull the CREM lever arm out.

















18. Separator Lever (1)
Removal:
Pull the separator lever (1) out.












19. Separator Lever Arm (2)
     Removal:
     Pull the separator lever arm (2) out.












20. Separator Lever (3)
     Removal:
     Pull the separator lever (3) out.












10. EXTERNAL VIEW AND DIMENSIONS

11. PARTS DIAGRAM AND PARTS LIST

11-1 Discriminator (CCM5GD, CCM5D)

11-2 Coin Changer (CCM5G, CCM5)

11-3 Gear Case Assy

11-4 Cassette Tube Assy. (US-1)

11-5 Cassette Tube Assy. (US-2)

11-6 Cassette Tube Assy. (US-4)

11-7 Cassette Tube Assy. (US-5)

11-8 ST Motor Gear Case Assy.

11-8 ST-5, ST-25 Satellite Tube Assy.

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