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Re: disable coin vendor
It is easy to do... Just take the cover's off that will expose where the coin op wire is pluged into the copier. It is a 4 wire clip, I believe. Turn the copier Off and cut the wire on the coin op side and strip the wires. Of the wire's that are there you only need to have two of the wires jumed togather.to make the copier to work. I don't know how many wires are there they may have 2 or 6 or 10, it depends who made it. If you are lucky they may have left the jumper clip in the copier, just connect it again. If not jump two wires and turn copier ON and see it the display is un-locked. If not try another set. It is trial and error. You should be able to fix it. Good Luck
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Just don't use it. The finish in the oven is made to work with the self-cleaning operation; it naturally facilitates burn-off at high temperatures. It is normally impractical to remove and replace the finish, besides, it's harmless as far as I know. If you are worried about someone accidentally activating self-clean, you could tape a coin over the self-clean button. (If you have a curious child in mind, the coin may actually draw attention to the button and invite its operation - you know better than I who or what you are dealing with.)
There is no good way to disable the self-cleaning function without replacing the controller with a custom-built and programmed unit. The button is in a matrix with other buttons, so attempts to disconnect it would disable other buttons and generate a controller error that would prevent the range from operating.
If this is a kenmore front loader (boxy type made by frigidaire), the button must be depressed for several seconds. The second problem with this model is the "coin mechanism" cam must be in the correct position to operate the machine. If someone puts in coins two times without starting, it can get out of sequence with the timer. If you have a key, open coin box and move the metal arm back until the cam advances to just before the big dip. (with the unit unplugged). The next cycle will allow the arm to drop and engage the microswitches. If you don't have a key put coins in the slide mechanism as though you were going to start the machine and depress button until machine starts, this will reset the cam to the correct position. Hard to explain but if you look at the coin mechanism, it will become obvious. If you need a new mechanism it is called the "start mechanism" for front loaders. Hope this helps.
you need to take the coin slot apart take pictures as you go to put back together the parts to change amount are hidden inside it in hidden compartment if they wheren't removed by some one. your machine didn't come with the coin mech so if you don't have the parts you will need to take it with you to the parts house to get right parts. open the top of the coin mech box there are 2 long rod screws holding it in place usually 5/16 inch wrench fits may need to wiggle the heck out of it to get it out
purchase a coin insert and blank the slot that coins fit in, then the slide will slid in without coins, just acting like a button, if you examine the slide you wil notice that there are plastic inserts in unused coin slots, any maytag commercial dealer has them.
replace coin slide with 'free operation' converter, which is just a button plate that pushes the striker on the timer switch
take top cover off and just push the striker on the timer, (this is NOT) a recommended option, 220v is enough to spoil you whole day)