Vending machines are an extremely convenient option for those who need a quick snack or drink at the office, when running errands and more.
While these machines are a great tool for feeding your workforce and customers, there are certain issues that can arise that will cause them to work inefficiently.
When you want your vending machines to be a benefit to your business, make sure to avoid these common issues.
Dollar bills not being accepted
There’s nothing worse than going to a vending machine to grab your favorite snack or soda only to find that your dollar bills won’t be accepted.
As machines age, they can have issues accepting dollar bills that are crinkled or damaged, making it important to have your machine maintained to avoid this annoyance.
A professional technician can help get your machine working properly so your employees and customers can purchase their favorite snacks with confidence.
Vending door not opening properly
If you have a vending machine at your business with a damaged door or access panel, it is important to have it checked out by a professional vending machine maintenance team.
When these doors get dented or won’t open as they should, it can make it difficult for your employees or customers to reach their items.
With proper repairs and the replacement of older parts, your vending machine can be restored to fully usable form again.
Items getting stuck
Items that get stuck on their way out of the machine are one of the biggest annoyances when it comes to vending machines.
When an employee or customer purchases an item and it gets stuck on its way to the bottom of the machine, it can create anger and make them not want to use your machine again.
While all these issues can create headaches for those using your machines, they can all fortunately be repaired fairly easily with the right maintenance crew and equipment.
Should the vending machines in your office or commercial space need repair, or you’re considering installing new machines, we invite you to call our team at Orsino Vending today at (201) 871-9286.