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Price change for a model MAT12. Remove the access plate above the coin acceptor with a key. The display should show code 6 and two numbers. Code 6 is the regular cycle and the number of coins required to start. Press the perm press button to advance the number of coins. 06 equals 6 quarters, 08 equals 8 quarters, etc. Reinstall the access door when finished. Stephen
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. It is possible that the coin drop acceptor is dirty. See page 22 of this manual: http://www.fowlercompanies.com/SM/Maytag%20Service%20Manuals/MAH21SERVICE.pdf. On page 23 there is also a guide rail adjustment.
The processor will pretty much go into a tamper proof mode that will not accept any coins you input if there is a problem with the sensor bar or guide rail. I suspect you have a guide rail that needs adjustment. The manual explains the adjustment procedure on page 23.
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remove change acceptor usually 5/16 stud bolt in timer mechanism, theb remove change slot stops and reinstalll mechanism and bolt then just push in and pull out just like if you would of used change but dont need two
look on the control board. there's some DIP switches. these are set according to the number of coins needed to run the machine. the coin acceptor reads the number of coins going through it and advances the control board one increment for each "good" coin. objectionable coins are rejected.