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A number of symbols are used in this manual to classify situations according to their degree of danger, and that require technicians with different skills. The symbol is integrated with a message suggesting operating procedures or behaviours and providing useful information concerning the machine performance.
This symbol indicates that the user should read the instruction manual carefully before operating the machine. General instructions Warning
It is the buyers responsibility to ascertain that the machine operators have been trained and informed of all the indications and specifications contained in the documentation supplied. Even so, the operator should be aware of the potential risks that exist while operating the automatic vending machine. Operating reliability and the efficiency of the machine performance are guaranteed only if original spare parts are used. The user will be held entirely responsible for any modifications made on the machine. All the operations necessary to keep the machine in good working order, before and during use, are users duty. Altering and tampering with the machine without prior consent of the manufacturer, will release the latter from any liability for any damage or injury resulting from, or connected to the above modifications. This manual reflects the state of the art of the automatic vending machine at the moment of the issue on the market. Possible modifications, improvements or adjustments that are made to machines that are subsequently marketed, do not oblige the Saeco International Group either to intervene on the previously supplied machine or consider it and the relevant manual to be defective or inadequate.
Before using the vending machine, read this manual carefully. A good knowledge of the information and instructions contained in this document is essential for a correct use of the vending machine, in compliance with essential safety requirements. Warning Laddetto al rifornimento non deve per alcun motivo accedere a quelle parti del distributore automatico le cui protezioni sono bloccate da mezzi che richiedano un utensile per essere liberati. For no reason whatsoever should the personnel in charge of the machine reach those parts of the machine that are protected by guards requiring special instruments for their removal. Some maintenance operations (to be carried out solely by specialised technicians) expressly require that certain safety devices be switched off. knowledge and absolute respect, from a technical point of view, of the safety standards and warnings contained in this manual, are fundamental for installing, using and servicing the machine under reduced risk conditions. Vending machine operator is only allowed for interventions under his own responsibility and specialization. The user should have a good knowledge of all mechanisms of the machine, as far as he is concerned.

Weight Overall dimensions 40 Kg See fig. 3

fig. 3

Power consumption Mains voltage: Electric voltage frequency. Power cord length Connection to water mains Water system pressure: A-Weighted sound pressure level:
see Data plate (fig. 1) see Data plate (fig. 1) see Data plate (fig. 1) 1,600 mm 3/8 gas type from 1.5 up to 8 bar (fig. 4) lower than 70 db
Data plate showing the minimum and maximum water pressure


3.1 Foreword In compliance with the Machine Directive 98/37/ EEC, Low Tension Directive 73/23/EEC and CE Marking Directive 93/68/EEC, the Saeco International Group has drawn up a technical file on D.A. SG200 E vending machine at its plants, acknowledging during the design phase the regulations listed in the Declaration of Conformity inside any vending machine. 3.2 General safety rules Warning - Before using the vending machine, read this manual carefully. - Installation and maintenance must only be carried out by qualified technicians. - For no reason whatsoever shall the operator reach those parts of the machine that are protected by guards requiring special instruments for removal. - Good knowledge and absolute respect, from a technical point of view, of the safety standards and danger warnings contained in this manual, are imperative for installing, using, servicing and maintaining the machine in minimum minimum risk conditions. Warning Always disconnect the POWER CABLE before servicing or cleaning the machine. Under no circumstances neither service the machine, nor remove safety guards before hot parts have cooled down!
fig. 4 CUP DISPENSER suitable for cups with 70-71 mm dia. and for cups with 73 mm dia. through an adequate release ring. BOILER HEATING ELEMENTS armoured types: from 1,000 Watt for coffee boiler CONTAINER CAPACITY Coffee beans Instant coffee Granular milk Chocolate Tea Sugar Cups Stirrers 2.0Kg 0.6 Kg (instead of tea) 0.85Kg 1.7 Kg (or 2.6) 2.0Kg 2.0Kg 195 185
English - Operating reliability and the efficiency of the machine performance are only guaranteed if original spare parts are used. - The automatic vending machine is not suitable for outside installation. The machine must be installed in dry places, with temperatures never below 1C and it must not be installed in places where cleaning is made with water hoses (e.g. large kitchens, etc). - In order to guarantee the performance of the machine, always keep the automatic vending machine in perfect cleaning conditions. - The Saeco International Group declines all responsibility for injuries to people or damage to things as a consequence of: - Use individual protection devices during installation, testing and maintenance. incorrect installation inappropriate electrical and/or water connection inadequate cleaning and maintenance unauthorized modification improper use of the vending machine non-original spare parts Important It is forbidden to: - Tamper with or cut off the safety systems installed on the vending machine; - Use water jets to clean the machine. Furthermore, always act in compliance with national or local standards.

English 1 the unit rotation gear motor activates, thus moving the unit to the brewing position. The coffee tablet is pressed simultaneously. the pump brewing the set quantity of water activates, under the control of an appropriate electronic device (volumetric meter) (ref. 3 fig. 5). the brew group gear motor is restarted, and goes back to the rest position. During this movement the coffee tablet is ejected. The grinder and dosing unit activation sequence can take place in reverse order, according to the program selected (see programming menu). fig. 5 3
the gear motor of the instant product activates the screw, dispensing the desired amount of product into the mixer. once the pre-set amount of water and product is dispensed, the mixer is disconnected. ESPRESSO COFFEE BREWING This process takes place only after the dispensing of cup, sugar and stirrer. the grinder (ref.1 fig.6) is activated until the quantity of coffee set on the dosing unit (ref.2 fig.6) is reached the activation of the dosing unit solenoid (ref. 3 fig. 6) causes the door to open and, as a consequence, the coffee is dispensed into the cup. 1 3

fig. 6 12


6.1 Positioning

The vending machine is not suitable for outdoor installation. It must be installed in dry places, with temperatures not below 1C and it should not be installed in places subject to explosion or fire hazards, or where cleaning is done with water jets. - If positioned near a wall, there must be a minimum distance of at least 5 cm from the wall (fig. 7), so as to allow regular ventilation. Under no circumstances cover the vending machine with cloths or similar.
English - When positioning the vending machine, check its levelling by means of the adjustable feet already fitted under the vending housing (fig. 8) or under the cabinet (fig. 9) Make sure that the vending machine does not have an inclination exceeding 2 degrees.


Upon receipt of the automatic vending machine, it is necessary to check it has not suffered damage during transport. If damage of any kind is noticed, immediately place a claim with the forwarder. An envelope is supplied with the vending machine, called CUSTOMER KIT. It contains the objects shown in Fig. 10.

fig.28 - insert product plates on the external side of the door in the desired order (fig. 29) - apply the transparent plates by snapping them (fig.30) fig.31
English - insert the key into the cover switch (see fig.18) and wait for the column to position itself into the dispensing hole. - load the other two columns which in the meantime have become reachable (fig.31). if you want to fill up the column near the cup conveyor, remove the holder retainer (fig.32 ref. 1) and lean the whole cup dispenser as much as permitted (fig.32 ref. 2), complete the cup column loading and then put back the dispenser and the retainer. - Introduce stirrers tightened with the band into the column; once they are on the bottom, cut the band and remove it (fig.34)
fig.32 - replace the cover on the container. 6.8.4 Stirrer loading
fig.34 - put back the counterbalance bar (fig.35) after completing the loading
- Remove the counterbalance bar from the stirrer guides (fig.33)
fig.35 fig.33 - make sure stirrers have no seams, are not bent and all lay horizontally.
7.1 Payment system installation on the machine
The vending machine has no payment system. The responsibility for possible damages to the machine and other objects and for personal injuries caused by an incorrect installation of the payment system falls on the person who installed the system. - remove the cup dispenser - from the internal side of the door, cut the external film following the punched shape which corresponds to the desired cashless payment or coin validation system (fig. 36)
fig.37 - after finishing the whole perimeter, install and secure the payment system - connect the payment system to the CPU card - reassemble the cup dispenser NOTE: a special interface card is required for connecting 12 Vcd coins validation systems to the CPU card. - Then enter programming so as to choose convenient settings. See section 8 PROGRAMMING AND MAINTENANCE MENU in order to check parameter setting, which should be in line with the system used.
fig.36 - cut away plastic door joints by means of an hacksaw (fig.37)
English 7.2 Payment system installation on the base cabinet - connect the coiner to the CPU card NOTE: Executive, MDB and BDV serial systems are connected to the CPU card using a cable and an interface in necessary, both included in the special kit. - Then enter the programming menu so as to choose convenient settings. See section 8 PROGRAMMING AND MAINTENANCE MENU in order to check parameter setting, which should be in line with the system used.
The base cabinet has no payment system. The responsibility for possible damages to the machine and other objects and for personal injuries caused by an incorrect installation of the payment system falls on the person who installed the system. - remove or turn the coiner supporting plate (fig.38, ref.1) - hook and secure the coiner to the support (fig.38, ref.2) - reassemble and lock the support to the cabinet door (fig.38, ref.3) fig.38, rif.1

fig.40 If no password has been assigned you enter the programming menu directly. Important If a password to enable the programming menu was assigned to the vending machine, PASSWORD 0000 will appear on display with a flashing cursor on the first digit. Now enter the password using UP and DOWN keys. Confirm the digit entered pressing the ENTER key. To exit the programming menu and return to the normal operation of the vending machine: - press key P1 again; - remove the key from the safety switch to turn off the vending machine; - close the door and wait for the selfconfiguration process to end.


VM CODE 0000

VM CODE >0000<

With complete menu only BEVERAGE A 00000 LIM. 000111


B LIM. 000222

C LIM. 000333

BEVERAGE 00000 With complete menu only

D LIM. 000444


E LIM. 000555

F LIM. 000666



G LIM. 000777


H LIM. 000888


I LIM. 000999







TIME-KEEPER 12:12 M 20 SEPT 00
TIME-KEEPER 12:12 M 21 SEPT 00 With time-keeper and complete menu only




With complete menu only
TEXT DISPENSING BREWING. With the option Instant key = preselection only

English - Cup key It allows to enable or disable the key beverage 01 (fig. 39) as: 1 - No cup: By pressing the No-CUP key before choosing a beverage allows to have it brewed without the cup. After pushing the preselection key, the user has 8 seconds to select the desired product. After this time the preselection is cancelled. 2 - Beverage 05: in this case, by pressing this key the beverage 01 is brewed. 3 - Disabled: in this case, by pressing this key no beverage will be brewed. - Reset validation It allows to RESET the data in the maintenance menu (STATISTICS). - Language It allows to select the language to be used by the machine. - Modify password It allows to set a password or to modify the set one. The password consists of a number between 0001 and 65536. The 0000 value (default value) means no password. To set the password, press the UP and DOWN keys and confirm using the ENTER key. - Complete menu It allows to choose whether the entries of the programming menu should be shown entirely or only partially. The least frequently used entries are highlighted by a frame outlined at 8.2.2 and can be shown only if in the data Y is set in this function. PAYMENT SYSTEMS The entries of the PAYMENT SYSTEMS are: - Parallel coiner It allows you to enable the parameters of the parallel coiner, of the mechanical coiner, the cancelling machine and the choice of values to assign to the single money channels. - Enable By setting Y, the control of the parallel coiner, the mechanical coiner and the cancelling machine is enabled. By setting N, a parallel coiner possibly attached to the vending machine is disabled. - Coin value It allows setting the value of the coins transferred to the vending machine from the parallel coiner, the mechanical coiner and the cancelling machine. The following table shows the combinations channel/payment system. Channel Payment system 7 Parallel coiner parallel coiner Parallel coiner Parallel coiner Parallel coiner Parallel coiner/mechanical coiner Canceling machine/mechanical coiner
- Banknote Reader It enables the parameters of the parallel banknote validator and the choice of values to be assigned to individual note channels. - Enable By setting Y, management of the parallel reader is enabled. By setting N, a parallel banknote reader possibly connected to the vending machine is disabled. - Inhibition Level It allows setting the active level of the banknote readers inhibition level.
English - Banknote Value Sets the value of banknotes transferred to the machine from the parallel reader. - Protocol It allows to choose the protocol used by the vending machine to communicate with the payment system installed on the vending machine: Executive protocol; BDV Protocol; MBD Protocol; PRICE HOLDING (ECS) Protocol. No protocol Master /Slave executive (the Vending machine acts as a Master) 7- Master /Slave MDB (the Vending machine acts as a Slave) - Multivend It allows to use possible residual credit to acquire other beverages. By setting N (no), the machine will store residual credit. - Overpay time It establishes the maximum time (expressed in seconds) after which the machine stores the displayed residual credit. It can be adjusted in 10-second steps. Setting 000 the function is disabled. - Nation code It allows setting the nation code - for example: ITALY = 0039. - Scale factor It allows to set the number of zeros fixed in the credit. - Point position It allows to set the point position of the decimal in the credit. 123456BEVERAGE BREWING The vending machine can brew 8 beverages in direct mode, or up to 16, 8 of which by means of the preselection. Each beverage can be prepared using coffee beans and/or instant products. The technician can choose the desired products for the receipt (max 4) and the order of use. Each component is identified by a number or a digit (fig. 42).

Soluble 1 Soluble 2

Coffee C Soluble 3

Fig. 42

- Sequence: Is the order in which the products making up the beverage are brewed. 0 means no product. Thus, the combination of digits C300 or C030 or 0C30, means that product 3 and coffee beans will always be dispensed. Based on the sequence, the settings of the parameters relevant to the products making up the beverage will be requested.
English - Instant product: It defines the quantity of instant product to be dispensed. Example:
- Sugar It defines the quantity of sugar to be brewed with the beverage. The following table shows the result of the different settings.
Setting Sugar in the beverage without preselection

No sugar No Sugar

005 indicates that 5 units of instant product 3 will be used. The quantity of instant product can be adjusted from 0 to 250 with steps of 1. - Instant water: It defines the amount of water to be mixed with powder instant product. Example:
Sugar in the beverage with preselection
Preselected quantity Preselected quantity Preselected quantity Preselected quantity Preselected quantity No Sugar
3 indicates that water will be mixed with instant product 3. 022 indicates that 22 units of water will be brewed with the instant product. The amount of water can be adjusted from 0 to 500 with steps of 2. Coffee beans C Important In case the sequence includes more instant products, the sequence INSTANT - WATER will appear again. If parameter programming concerning the instant product (INSTANT - WATER) is such to extend powder brewing beyond water brewing, the vending machine stops powder dosing as to avoid an insufficient mixer rinsing and emits a beep. Check again the parameters set, in order to obtain a correct dispensing. Powder dispensing must end a few instants before the water dispensing so as to allow a good mixer rinsing. - Coffee Water: It defines the quantity of coffee to be brewed. Example:
- Beverage check: It allows you to perform brewing tests on the beverage just set. By pressing ENTER the display shows PRESS KEY and you can choose which key to press based on the type of brewing test: - Key 2 Full beverage; - Key 3 Beverage without cup, sugar and stirrer; - Key 4 Only water; - Key 5 Only powder. TIMETABLE SETTING The items of the TIMETABLE SETTING menu are: - Never free Products and beverages supplied should be paid. - Always free Products and beverages supplied are free. Important When the Time Keeper module is present, it is possible to set: washing times; witching on and off times; differentiated pricing times; free dispensing times.

automatic reset No water (cod. 01) No coffee (cod. 02) Brew group blocked (cod. 03/04) Cup s blocked (cod. 10) Beverage/s blocked (cod. - -)
Recommended solutions In maintenance mode it is possible to: - move the gear motor of the brew group by pressing beverage key 2; - have the mixer rinsed by pressing beverage key 3; - display for 5 seconds total and partial counters by pressing the beverage key 4. - move the cup release / cup bracket gear motor by pressing beverage key 6; - reset errors by pressing beverage key 8
- Error / Message nn It describes the current error - check the cause in section 12 Error messages. If there are no errors present, this message is not displayed. After checking the cause of the error, press the ENTER key to reset the vending machine - for the complete list of errors see section 12.
English - Automatic Error Reset Simplified mode (for technical unskilled personnel) for error reset that, when implemented, tries to remove any non-critical error condition in the VM operation. Starting the Error Reset Procedure The error-reset procedure is started by pressing both the P1 Programming and P2 Maintenance simultaneously for at least 5 seconds - see fig. 40, ref. 1 and ref. 2. A beep signals the procedure start. Reset Procedure in Absence of Errors If no failure is present, the display shows the message Ok - 0/0. The user can go back to the standard mode by pressing ENTER. In this way, a quick system check-up by the operator is also assured. Reset Procedure in Presence of Errors In presence of errors the procedure consists of two phases: 1. Error list; 2. Error removal (attempt to remove). 1- Error list The VM displays a list of errors detected. The first line of the display indicates the total number of errors ERRORS XX. The second one displays their descriptions on one or more screens. This list shows current error or trouble messages: Each message is displayed on a single screen page containing their descriptions, for example: NO WATER 01. The user can pass to the following screen page by pressing ENTER. By pressing ENTER again after viewing the last screen, the user will remove the errors. 2 - Error removal (attempt to remove). The VM tries, in sequential order, to remove the errors automatically. During this phase the error subject to the reset procedure is displayed; In the second line of the display there is a status bar: the bar elements are made by points (.). At the end of each attempt the display shows the message Ok/Fail and then proceeds with the following step. If, at the end of the sequence, all the errors have been removed, the reset has been carried out successfully; otherwise - if one or more errors could not be removed - it failed. Successful Reset The VM shows the message Ok - N/N with a long single beep. N indicates the number of errors removed. The vending machine is reset by pressing the ENTER key. Reset failed If, at the end of this procedure, at least one error condition remains unchanged, the display will show the message Fail X/N where X is the number of errors that could not be removed and N the total number of errors detected. The message is accompanied by some short beeps. The vending machine is reset by pressing the ENTER key. - Error Log The VM stores in its internal storage significant incidents occurring in the VMC (for example errors, trouble signals etc.) The storage takes place at the detection of the error condition and consists in storing the following information: 1. error or failure code 2. location of the signal source 3. day, month, hour and minute of the error detection - this information is given only if the VM is equipped with a timekeeper. The information is included in a list that can contain up to 50 elements, over that limit the information is stored starting by position 1 (previous information will be lost).

English The following menu displays the LOG:
Ways of accessing stored information: OPERATION Accessing log METHOD Using the Maintenance/ LOG MONITOR menu DISPLAY MESSAGE LOG MONITOR hh:mm Yxx Cyy dd/mmm
Yxx = indicates WHERE the error has occurred Y = S instant product Y = C coffee (e.g.: S01 = instant 01) Cyy = error or failure code C = E error code C = W failure code dd = day of the month mmm = month hh = hour mm = minute Use + and - to scroll the list.

Resetting log

Use the appropriate menu
Actually, the log will not be erased, the VM will merely display the information stored subsequent to this operation
Viewing all the information (including cancelled information)
Enter the error list and press the beverage button 5
The VM will once again display all information.
English Washing It allows to rinse the brewing circuits of instant products. By pressing the ENTER key the automatic cycle starts, thus activating in sequence each instant product circuit. Recommended solutions To wash the circuit of a single instant product you need to keep the beverage keys pressed: - Beverage key 2: instant 1 wash - Beverage key 3: instant 2 wash - Beverage key 4: instant 3 wash Boiler emptying It enables starting the automatic boiler discharging cycle. STATISTICS This item enables displaying statistical data, total sales amount (which can be divided per beverage), total and partial number of brewings, the amount of coins and banknotes. 8.4 Software updating Fig.43 - switch on the vending machine. The vending machine checks if a suitable external memory is present. If this is the case, the following message is displayed:
Strip 16x2 for SW updating
The VM control program is in the flash memory inside the microcontroller. The software can be updated by using an external EPROM or FLASH memory.The following is the general procedure of the operations to be carried out for the above mentioned updates. External EPROM or FLASH memory The procedure is the following: - turn off the vending machine; - disassemble the TIMEKEEPER (if any); - insert the external memory on a strip of 16x2 (fig.43) with the section showing PIN 1 turned upwards. Make sure the memory pins are all fully fitted, so that it perfectly fits the strip 16x2.

Plastic group. It is advisable to remove it and rinse carefully with hot water on a monthly base; every 5,000 strokes and, in any case, every month all moving parts of the group must be lubricated with silicon grease for food use (fig.54).


English - manually rotate using the wrench supplied with the machine until the lower filter is flush with the cup (fig. 57). - unscrew screw (1) and replace filter (2) (fig.57). - reassemble all the parts following the reverse order.
fig.57 Important Carefully blot the upper and lower filter and blow with compressed air. 9.3 9.3.1 Adjustments Dose and grinding adjustment


The vending machine is delivered having standard values set by the manufacturer, in particular: - around 7.0 g of coffee powder In order to make the most of the product used, check the following: - ground coffee quantity adjustment. Modify the quantity used by means of the two levels of adjustment: 1- coarse adjustment: release the adjustment lever from the rack and place the dragging tooth of the inner bulkhead on one of the 4 positions available, which indicate the basic quantity area (6 g 7 g 8 g 9gr) (fig.58A) fig.59 2- fine adjustment: engage the adjusting lever into the rack slot corresponding to the dose you require. (fig.58B). - coffee grinding adjustment. Turn the rack (fig.59) until you get the grinding. After any adjustment three selections are necessary before the new setting becomes effective.
English 9.4 Cup releasing device cleaning and adjustment Important Carefully blow all the inner parts with compressed air before assembling the ring, making sure that the cup bracket is in the brewing position - that is the fork that holds the cup is positioned under the brewing nozzles. If this is not the case, stop and then restart the machine to allow the automatic positioning of the cup bracket. Reassemble the release ring making sure that the operating knob arrow is aligned with the reference notch on the cup dispenser housing (fig.61)
Importante Before removing the cup realesing device, make sure the cup bracket is in the brewing position that is the fork that holds the cup is positioned under the brewing nozzles. If this is not the case, stop and then restart the machine to allow the automatic positioning of the cup bracket. Remove the release ring locking screw. Remove the device by unhooking the elastic hook of the ring (fig. 60) Check the satellite scrolls and, if need be, rinse the device so as to remove dirt.
fig.61 In case of disassembly of all the internal parts of release ring assembly, refer to the specific assembling instructions (fig.62) fig.60



English 9.5 Resin regeneration (where the water softener is provided) - remove the cover and introduce 1.5 kg salt - refit the cover - turn the machine on and drain the water until it is no longer salty Resin regeneration is to be carried out according to the water of the system to which the dispenser is connected. Use the table below as a reference: WATER HARDNESS French 50 SELECTION NUMBER 60cc 5000 130cc 2500 - power the machine off and close the tap. This operation takes about 30/45 minutes.
The appropriate kits available on the market can be used to check water hardness and therefore the times and modes for intervention. The operation can be carried out as follows: - power the machine off - turn the lower tap taking care to place the related hose into a bucket or better into a drain system (fig.63).


If the automatic vending machine remains inactive for a long time it is necessary to take certain preventive measures: - with the machine on, start the automatic emptying process of both the hydraulic circuit and the boiler (see PROGRAMMING AND MAINTENANCE MENU in section 8). - once it is over, disconnect the machine from the power and hydraulic supply - disassemble the closing panel on the back of the machine. - complete the emptying of the tank with float by removing the hose clamp located on the air-break device drain hose - once the emptying is over, refit the hose clamp (fig.64)


Empty the products and water as described in the previous section. For dismantling, it is advisable to disassemble the machine parts according to their composition - plastic, metal etc. Afterwards, deliver the divided parts to the specialised companies. If a refrigerating unit is present, give it without disassembling it to companies authorized for the disposal of this particular part.
fig.64 - assemble the closing panel on the back of the machine. - unload all products from the containers - wash all the components that are in contact with foodstuff as previously described - empty the trays from dry and liquid dumps, then clean them accurately - clean all vending machine internal and external surfaces with a cloth - protect the outside of the machine with plastic film or a bag - store in dry, sheltered environments at a temperature not lower than 1C
DISPLAY MESSAGES This section will show the messages displayed: 1. during normal operation; 2. in case of failure (error messages). Messages during operation The table below shows a list of messages displayed during the standard operating phases.

English On the Power card (I/O) LED DL1 DL2 DL3 DL4 DL5 DL6 DL7 DL8 DL9 DL10 DL11 DL12 DL13 State On On On On On On On On On On On Blinking On Function Power 24 V Cup empty microswitch (cups available) Cup release microswitch Cup bracket microswitch Drain tank microswitch Brew group presence microswitch House group microswitch Coffee dosing unit microswitch Auxiliary microswitch Auxiliary microswitch Air-break microswitch Turbine sensor impulses Boiler start
CN8 CN9 CN10 CN11 CN2 CN1 CN3 CN7 CN4 CN6 CN5
= high voltage loads = high voltage loads = mains cut-off = dump box presence inlet = 24Vdc loads = transformer secondary = CPU card power supply = temperature sensor = CPU card connection = flowmeter inlet = microswitch inlet


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