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Soda Machine Services

We offer 24-hr Emergency Service

Soda Machine Maintenance

Whether you have one vending machine or operate a full suite of them, we have the technical support you need to keep your business running

Soda Machine Repair

Even the best-made vending devices are subject to all types of malfunction,

Soda Machine Improvement

Vending machines are among the most convenient products in the world, but they require just as much maintenance as any other piece of technology.

Soda Machine Upkeep

Entering the vending machine industry can be very rewarding and exciting

Soda Machine Replacement

The most common soda machine problems have to do with the bill acceptor and coin mechs.

Entering the vending machine industry can be very rewarding and exciting, but it is not without its difficulties. Even the best-made vending devices are subject to all types of malfunction, whether it be a faulty part or a complete machine meltdown. Fortunately, South Florida Repair is your one-stop shop for any and all vending machine parts you might need. Whether you have one vending machine or operate a full suite of them, we have the technical support you need to keep your business running. No matter the situation, South Florida Repair is here to provide the vending machine repair you need.
Burned Out Motor
Misloading the machine, not closing the internal gate, using the wrong size bottles/cans are mostly the cause of burned out soda machine motors. Testing a suspected motor is normally pretty easy. Most newer soda machines have a selection mode to test all, or just one motor. To see if your machine has this function, check your soda machines manual. If it does not have that option, it's a little more difficult. Testing vending motors will be in a future article.

Bad Micro-Switch
Most soda machines have three micro-switches per flavor selection. One is the "sold out" micro-switch. Another is the selection button micro-switch. The last is the micro-switch that tells the vending motor to run, or not. Test a micro-switch with a multimeter using the resistance option.

No/Low Refrigerant or Bad Thermostat
You might be low or out of refrigerant if your soda machine refrigeration compressor is always running, or never running. This could also be a problem with the thermostat. Try adjusting the thermostat knob and see if the compressor unit turns on/off. If the compressor does not turn off after altering the position of the thermostat, call a professional to check the amount of refrigeration in your system. It probably has a leak somewhere and has little to no refrigerant remaining. If it did turn on, you probably just had the thermostat turned off.