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Recycling Module
Operator's Manual
PacketB006-7322-A007
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
REQUIREMENTS
FCC
Compliance This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy, therefore, if the instructions are not
followed during installation and use, it may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
Class A Declaration of Conformity
(Canada)
This digital apparatus does not exceed the radio
interference limits of the Radio Interference Regulations
developed by the Canadian Department of
Communications for Class A digital equipment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
2004/108 / EC (EU)
This equipment complies with the essential requirements of
the EMC directive 2004 / 108EC and tested in accordance
with the harmonized standards EN55022 and EN55024. The
equipment complies with the limits for Class A digital devices
specified in EN55022.
This equipment is a Class A product that may cause radio
interference in a residential area. In this case, the user must
take appropriate measures.
Information for the user
When installing and operating this equipment, strictly follow
the manufacturer's instructions. However, there is still the
possibility of radio interference in certain commercial
environments. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference (this can be determined by turning the equipment
off and on), it is recommended that you contact your NCR
service representative immediately.
NCR Corporation is not responsible for radio
interference or television reception caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment, or the
replacement or connection of connecting cables or
devices not specified by NCR. Such unauthorized
changes, replacements, and connections may void
the right to use this equipment. It is the responsibility
of the user to eliminate interference caused by such
unauthorized changes, replacements, and
connections.
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operations described in this document in all countries of the
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prototypes. Before using this document, it is recommended
that you contact your NCR representative or NCR office for
information on the applicability of the document and its
compliance with current specifications.
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NCR Corporation, Duluth, Georgia, USA
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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
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Safety Information
LOCATION DIAGRAM
Upper Module
Lower Module
ERROR REPORTS
Error Messages
Status Indicators
General status
indicatorsIndividual zone indicators
EMPTY
Emptying the upper exception tray
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3
3
3
4
4
6
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10
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Emptying the lower exception tray or receive tray ........................... ..12 Empty
cassettes ............................................. .................................................14
SUPPLEMENT ................................................. ................................. .............................. 17
REMOVING JAM ................. .................................................. ................................. 22 Clearing a
jam in the top module ........... .................................................. ..23 Clearing a jam in the
intermediate module .......................................... ........ 32 Clearing a jam in the lower
module .................................... ............................ 33
Clear a jam in the shutter ................. .................................................. .......... 37 Access
from the front ................................... ............................................. 37 Access from the
back .................................................. .............................. 38
CLEANING .................. ............... .................................................. ...................................... 39
Upper module ......... .................................................. .......................................... 39
Lower module ..... .................................................. ................................................ 40
RECORDS ABOUT CHANGES ................................................ .......................................... 41
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INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
Packet recirculation module (BRM) can be used for receiving and checking
banknotes that are either in storage or re-sent for issuance, in bundles of up to
300 banknotes (for new banknotes; the maximum number of old banknotes in a
bundle will be less). Placement and issue of banknotes is carried out through the
cash accepting mechanism of an ATM. Banknotes are inserted across (long
side).
BRM consists of an upper module located in an ATM cabinet and a lower module
located in a safe. They are connected by a short intermediate tape drive
mechanism through the upper wall of the safe.
In the lower module are four recycle cassettes and one exception cassette.
Depending on the software configuration, the exception cassette has three
separate zones for processing fake, unaccepted, or crumpled bills. The upper
module also has an optional upper exception tray.
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Safety Information
If available, be sure to use colored handles and locks to access and maintain the
modules, as described in the instructions. Different colors are used to indicate
elements with different functions.
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Orange​: access to modules.
Always use the orange handles, clips, or levers to remove the modules from
the ATM.
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Green​: operator interface.
Use green elements, such as locks and wheels, to work with the modules:
replenish, clear a jam, empty, or clean.
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Yellow​: Safe lifting points. Only for second level service.
To reduce the likelihood of equipment damage or personal injury, follow the
safety guidelines for regular ATM service.
ATTENTION
Never insert tools, pens or other objects into the ATM or into
the module if such instructions are not in the manual. Make
sure that your hair, clothes or jewelry are not stuck in the ATM.
Retractable elements may not be used as a shelf or workstation.
LAYOUT
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LOCATION
Upper Module
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error report
ERROR REPORTS Error Generated by the
packet
Messages
The following table lists the error messages that can be recirculation module and
displayed by the ATM error reporting system. To resolve the error, follow the
steps in the "Action" column in the same table.
Error message
Action The
upper exception tray is full / almost
full
Empty the​ upper exception tray The Exception
lower tray 1 or 2 is full / almost full
input
tray is full / almost full
Cassette 1/2/3/4 is full / almost full
Empty the​ lower exception cassette The
Empty​ recirculation cassette
Magazine 1/2/3/4 empty / almost Fill​ cassette
empty
media jams between the feed
mechanism and the module
checking banknotes (BV)
carrier jammed between the module
checking banknotes (BV) and the
module temporarily of Storage
Media jams in the path of the upper
tray exceptions
Clear the​ jam in the upper module
jammed media between the module
temporary storage and delivery
mechanism
jammed media inlet / outlet temporary
storage unit
jamsbanknote verification module
Jamcarrier in the intermediate tape
deck
to clear the​ jam in the intermediate tape deck
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Error Message
Action
Jam media in the tape drive
mechanism of the cassette
Media jam in the vertical drive
mechanism
Clear a​ jam in the lower module
Jam Removing media in the cassette
1/2/3/4
Jamming the shutter in the open /
closed or intermediate state
Clear the​ jam in the shutter
Open the upper module block
Close the upper module
Open the lower module block
Close the lower module
Upper exception tray removed
Install upper exception
tray Lower exception tray 1 removed
Install the lower exception tray 1, 2, 3 or the
receiving tray
Cassette 1/2/3/4 removed
Remove the cassette
Locking device open
Insert the specified module (upper or lower) into
the ATM, securing it with the latches.
For more information about the error reporting system, see NCR ATMs. Error
reporting and operation system. Instructions for the operator (B006-6430).
Status
indicators General indicators
The ATM has two panels of general indicators: one of them is in the upper
cabinet, and the other is in the safe of the lower module.
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The indicators on the panels show the status of the upper, intermediate, and
lower BRM modules in red, yellow, and green (top to bottom):
RED
MODULE
Top
Blinking
YELLOW
GREEN
Steady on
Jam or error Lockopen
is-
Devices
are OK
Intermediate Jams
Devices
are OK
Bottom
Jam or error Lock is open or areThere is a setting Devices
all
option to display the are OK.
cassettesmissin need for
g
replenishment or
empty.
Please note that the lower module indicator will light yellow due to messages
about almost empty or almost full recycling cassettes during normal operation of
the ATM due to fluctuations in the levels of issuing and receiving.
Indicators of individual zones
On the side of the upper and lower modules is a diagram of the individual zones
of the module with status indicators that help localize the malfunction.
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AREA UPPER MODULE
Red
Flashing
Yellow
Green
Solid
tape feeder
jam or error
retainer
opened
-
apparatus
properly
fixators upper module
jam or error
retainer
opened
-
apparatus
properly
connecting the tape drive
mechanism
jam or error
retainer
opened
-
Red
AREA UPPER MODULE
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Flashing
Lit
continuously
Yellow
apparatus
properly
Green
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input / output module tape
drive mechanism
temporarily storing
module
banknotes
etc.
receiving mechanism
Shutter
jam or error
retainer
opened
-
-
-
Apparatus
regularly
is jammed or
an error
-
-
Apparatus
regularly
jammed or
an error
-
-
Apparatus
regularly
-
Completed
Nearly
fill in
Neno
Verka jam or error
top tray exceptions
apparatus
properly
device
regularly
lower module
AREA lower module
Red
Flashing
Yellow
Solid
tape transport tape
Jam or error
Lock is
open
-
Vertical tape drive
mechanism
Jam or error
Fix is ​open
-
OK LOWER MODULE
AREA
Green
RED
Device is
OK
Device is
YELLOW
GREEN ENY
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Flashing
exceptions tray
Zone
Cartridges recycling
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jam or error
Completed
necessary to
empty the
device
properly
jam or error
-
should be
empty or refill device
regularly
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EMPTYING
EMPTYING
Empty the upper and lower trays of exceptions, if ​the state of light the lower
module is amber, or if you see any of the above Below are the messages in the
ATM error reporting system: The
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The upper exception tray is full or nearly full.
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The lower exception tray 1 or 2 is full.
●
The input tray is full / almost full.
Empty BRM cassettes according to your organization's service instructions.
Cassette filling warnings are displayed on thepanel ​status indicator​ and in the
error reporting system, but since recycling cassettes are used to dispense
banknotes, it is not necessary to empty them:
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Cassette 1/2/3 or 4 is full or almost full.
Emptying the top exception tray
1. Open the top module as described in the general ATM manual.
2. Open the tape drive on the upper exception tray using the green latch.
EMPTYING
3. Remove the upper exception tray from the tape drive. Remove the security
seal (if used), open the tray with the green lock and remove the banknotes.
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4. Close the tray, install a security seal if necessary, and install the tray on the
tape drive.
5. Close the tray’s tape drive mechanism by clicking on the green circle at the
top to secure the tray with the latch.
6. Insert the top module into the ATM. Make sure that the latches are closed
and that ​the general status indicator of the​ top module is green.
7. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for emptying the top
exception tray.
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Emptying the lower exception tray or reception tray
1. Open the lower module as described in the general ATM manual.
2. Use the green handle to remove the exception tray from the BRM.
3. Remove the security seal (if used) and open the tray by first opening the latch
on the bottom and then lifting its upper part.
Remove the cover from the tray.
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EMPTYING
4. Remove the banknotes from the receiving area or press the green zone to
move the pressure plate down and remove the banknotes from exception
zone 1 or 2.
5. Install the cover on the tray and secure it with the latch, first lifting the upper
part of the latch and then pressing on its lower part. Reinstall the security seal
if necessary.
6. Insert an empty input tray into the BRM.
7. Insert the bottom module back into the ATM. Make sure that the latches are
closed and that ​the general status indicator of the​ top module is green.
8. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for emptying the receive tray
or lower exception tray.
Empty cassettes
1. Open the bottom module as described in the general instructions for the ATM.
2. Use the green handle on the side of the bottom module to fully open it and
access the cassettes.
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EMPTYING
3. Use the green knob to remove the cassette completely (1, 2, 3, or 4 according
to the error message) from the lower module.
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4. Remove the security seal (if used) and open the cassette by first opening the
latch from below and then lifting its upper part. Remove the cover from the
cartridge.
5. Grasp the green areas to move the pressure plate down to the edge of the
cassette and lock it. Remove the banknotes.
6. While holding the pressure plate, press the green tab to release it. Remember
that it is spring loaded and can move abruptly. The plate should return to the
edge on which the handle of the cartridge is located.
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EMPTYING
7. Install the cover on the cassette and secure it with the latch, first lifting the
upper part of the latch and then pressing on its lower part. Reinstall the
security seal if necessary.
8. Replace the cartridge in the pack recirculation module.
9. Close the bottom module and insert it back into the ATM. Make sure that the
latches are closed and that ​the general status indicator of the​ top module is
green.
10. Follow your organization’s procedures for reporting empty cassettes.
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RECHARGE
TOP-UP
Regularly replenish the cartridges of the BRM module. These messages are
displayed in the ATM error reporting system:
● ​Cassette 1/2/3/4 is empty
● ​Cassette is empty.
1. Open the bottom module as described in the general instructions for the
ATM.
2. Use the green handle on the side of the bottom module to fully open it and
access the cassettes.
3. Use the green knob to remove the cassette completely (1, 2, 3, or 4
according to the error message) from the lower module.
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4. Open the hatch on the cassette lid (opposite side to the handle), freeing the
lower part and then lifting the upper part of the hatch. Remove the cover from
the cartridge.
5. Place the cover face up, then place the cartridge on the cover as shown in
the figure so that the cover fits into the slots on the bottom of the cartridge
and the handle of the cartridge is below the edge of the latch. So it will be
more convenient to load banknotes.
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6. Grasp the green areas to move the pressure plate to the edge of the cassette
on which the latch is located, and secure it.
7. Prepare banknotes to be used in the drawer by holding a stack of
approximately 100 banknotes in one hand and separating them with the
other. For new banknotes, repeat this several times. When separating
banknotes, remove or correct banknotes with obvious defects, such as:
●
●
●
●
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Adhesive tape, paper clips, pins and other foreign objects
Tears or punctures
Very worn, soft banknotes
sticking together
Banknotes with bent corners or bent
High-quality preparation of banknotes will improve the module pack recycling.
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8. Align the first stack of banknotes by tapping it on both the short and long
sides. Place the pack at the bottom of the cassette, aligning it on the left or
right side.
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9. Continue to align and stack the packs in the cassette, changing their
orientation​, as well as the ​side of the cassette on which the packs are
aligned. NOTE. Do not load banknotes in excess of the maximum allowable
level marked on the bottom of the cassette.
10. While holding the pressure plate, press the green tab to release it.
Remember that it is spring loaded and can move abruptly. The plate should
move down and rest against the folded bills.
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11. Install the cover on the cassette and secure it with the latch, first lifting
the upper part of the latch and then pressing on its lower part. Reinstall the
security seal if necessary.
12. Replace the full cartridge in the BRM.
13. Close the lower tape drive and insert it into the ATM. Make sure that it is
secured by latches and that ​the general status indicator​ for the bottom
module is green.
14. Follow your organization’s replenishment reporting procedures.
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REMOVING JAM
The following error messages that appear on the operator panel indicate jams in
the BRM:
Error message
location
JamJam media between the feeder and
banknote check (BV)
jam jam between the banknote check (BV)
module and the temporary storage
media jam in the banknote verification module
media jam between the temporary storage
module and the feeder
module Upper
media jam on the track of the upper exception
tray
media jam on the input / output of the module
storage
Media jam in the intermediate tape drive
Intermediate tape
drive
Media jam in the tape drive
lower module
Media jam in the vertical tape drive
Media jam in the cassette 1/2/3/4
Jam shutter open / closed
Shutter
Onpanels ​the status indicatorof​ the BRM module The jam location is also
displayed.
After clearing a jam in the indicated area, check the remaining areas of the BRM
module for jams, following ​all procedures for clearing jams, since bills may also
be jammed at the time of the first jam.
ATTENTION
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When clearing jams, try not to damage the white plastic teeth of the tape
drive mechanisms, as well as
REMOVING THE JAM; be careful
not to get hands or clothing between them.
To clear a jam in the top module
connecting
the tape drive
to the upper transport exceptions cassette module
module
tape mechanism
module check
intermediate module banknotes feeder
the tape entering the
1.
top module, as described in the general instructions to the ATM.
2.
Open the tape drive of the upper exception tray using the green
lock (​A​).
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Open
3.
Remove the upper exception tray (if installed) from the tape drive
and check for jammed banknotes protruding from the tray or inside
the tape drive. If necessary, open the tray to remove jammed
banknotes.
4.
Carefully remove the jammed banknotes from the top and bottom
of the tape drive. If necessary, press the green tab to facilitate
access to jammed banknotes at the bottom.
5.
Install the tray and close the tray’s tape drive by pressing the green
circle at the top to secure the tray with the lock.
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Open
REMOVING JAM The
6.
tape drive using the
green lock (​B​). Carefully remove jammed banknotes from the tape drive.
7.
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to secure the tray with the latch.
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Open
8.
output tape drive mechanism of the temporary module
storage using the green latch (​C​). Carefully remove jammed banknotes from
the tape drive. If necessary, rotate the green wheels to move the jammed
banknote back or forward and facilitate removal.
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Open
9.
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to secure the tray with the latch.
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10.Using the green lock, open half of the top module so that it rests on
the stop, and then repeat this operation with the other half of the module.
Note: lift with both hands as both parts of the module are heavy.
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11. In turn, press each of the three green tabs on the tape drive (​D​)
and carefully remove the jammed banknotes. If necessary, rotate the three
green wheels to move the jammed banknote back or forward and facilitate
removal.
12. Open the banknote check module (​E​) using the green latch.
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13. If there are jammed banknotes, carefully remove them. Do not
touch the glass strip that covers the lenses on the top and bottom of the
banknote check module. If necessary, scroll the green wheel to move the
jammed bill back or forward and make it easier to remove.
14. Close the banknote verification module by pressing on its upper
part until the clips engage.
15.Use the green tabs to open each part of the input tape drive of the
temporary storage module (​F​). Carefully remove jammed banknotes from the
tape drive. Turn the green wheel if necessary.​ ​to move the jammed banknote
back or forward and facilitate removal.
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16.Use the green tab to open the tape drive mechanism from the edge
(​B​). Carefully remove jammed banknotes from the tape drive.
17.First, close one half of the module, and then the other (in any
order), making sure that they are tightly locked.
Note: To ​close each half of the module with two hands: First, lift up half of
the module by pressing the large green tab with one hand (1), then press the
small tab with the other hand to release the loop (2). Carefully lower the half
of the module, holding it by the large green handle (3), pressing the small
lock until it completely closes. There is a closing point halfway on the loop. If
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half of the module stops at this point, raise it slightly again and continue to
close as instructed.
18. All indicators of the top module on the panel ​status indicator
should be green - this means that there is no jam. If the indicators are red,
return to the indicated area to clear the jam and check that all latches are
closed properly.
19. Insert the top module into the ATM. Make sure that the latches are
tightly closed and that ​the general status indicator​ for the top module is
green.
20. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for clearing jams.
Clearing a jam in the intermediate module
1. Open the upper module as described in the general instructions for the ATM.
2. Check the base of the ATM for debris or paper jams at the top of the
intermediate tape drive. If possible, carefully clear the jam.
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3. Open the bottom module as described in the general instructions for the
ATM.
4. Check the top panel of the safe for debris or paper jams at the bottom of the
intermediate tape drive. If possible, carefully clear the jam.
5. Insert the top module into the ATM. Make sure that the latches are tightly
closed and that ​the general status indicator​ for the top module is green.
6. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for clearing jams.
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Clearing a jam in the lower module
1. Open the lower module as described in the general instructions for the ATM.
2. Use the green handle on the end of the tape drive mechanism to open the
tape drive mechanism until it rests on a metal stand. Carefully remove
jammed banknotes from the tape drive.
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3. Lower the tape drive mechanism into place using the green handle. Press the
green area at the top to tighten the cover.
4. Use the green handle on the side of the bottom module to open it fully.
Carefully remove the jammed banknotes that are visible under the tape drive
or stick out of the drawers.
5. Remove the cassette from position 1.
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6. Open the vertical tape drive mechanism of the cassette using the green lock.
If there are jammed banknotes, carefully remove them.
7. Close the vertical tape drive and use the green tab at the top to move the
entire tape drive away from the bottom exception cassette. Check for jammed
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banknotes between the tape drive and the exception cassette, but ​do not
remove them: go to the next step.
8. If there are jammed banknotes, move the vertical tape drive from the lower
exception cartridge, and then remove the exception cartridge to remove
jammed banknotes.
9. Release the vertical tape drive, replace the lower exception cassette if it was
removed, and put the tape into position 1.
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10. Close the tape drive with the handle.
11. All indicators of the lower module on the panel of ​status indicators
should be green - this means that there is no jam. If the indicators are red,
return to the indicated area to clear the jam and check that all latches are
closed properly.
12. Insert the bottom module back into the ATM. Make sure that it is
secured by latches and that ​the general status indicator​ for the bottom
module is green.
13. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for clearing jams.
Clearing a jam in the shutter
From the front of the ATM, the shutter of the packs recirculation module is
located directly on the front of the module, and from the back of the ATM, it is
located inside the front panel.
Access from the front side
1. Open the top module as described in the general instructions for the ATM.
2. Try to carefully remove, without tearing, jammed banknotes or foreign objects
that may interfere with the shutter.
3. If the shutter is closed, slide back the small green lever on the side of the
shutter, and then​ ​ move the shutter by slightly opening it with your palm. If
there are jammed banknotes, carefully remove them.
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4. All indicators of the top module on the panel​ ​status indicators​ should be
green - this means no jam. If the indicators are red, return to the indicated
area to clear the jam and check that all latches are closed properly.
5. Insert the top module into the ATM. Make sure that the latches are closed
and that ​the general status indicator​ for the top module is green.
6. Follow your organization’s reporting procedures for clearing jams.
Access from the rear
Check the front panel of the ATM for foreign objects that impede the operation of
the shutters. Report on the detection and removal of foreign objects found
following the service instructions.
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CLEANING
CLEANING
To ensure trouble-free operation of the top module, regularly clean it of dust and
debris. Use a lint-free cloth, moistening it with clean water if necessary.
Do not use solvents or detergents, as they may damage the module. It is also
allowed to clean with compressed air, however, it is necessary to pay attention
to the need to ​blow​ dust, preventing its further penetration into the module.
ATTENTION
Be careful not to damage the redirection flaps and sensors during
cleaning.
Upper Module
All areas described in the Jamsection ​Removal​must be cleaned by removing
dust and debris. Pay particular attention to the camera’s glass lenses, sensors,
and black rollers at the top and bottom of the banknote check module, regularly
and thoroughly cleaning them.
CLEANING
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Bottom module
Clean all areas described in ​Removing a jam ​by removing dust and debris. Try
not to damage the teeth of the flaps of the redirection mechanism in the
horizontal tape drive.
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