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I have a brandt coin sorter and counter model 957, it has worked well, but encountered a problem with it not registering a count for quarters only. All other coins register. Suggestions?

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Let me be clear on this. The Brandt/Glory company makes the best counters on the planet. That being said the model 1200 is the worst design ever. I never liked it and it's been last made 25 years ago.
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