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Figure 2-12.—Vending machines. machine  that  dispenses  merchandise  after  the customer   inserts   legal   coins   or   currency.   The vending machine is equipped with a coin changer that   provides   change   to   the   customer   after purchase.  The  following  coin-operated  machines are authorized for shipboard use: cup or can soft drink,   candy/cookie,   cigarette,   hot   food/snack, dollar  bill   changer,   and   electronic   amusement machines. Vending  machines  are  very  important  toward high crew morale. The two top jobs of the vending machine  operator  are  keeping  the  machines  full and taking care of customer complaints. Servicing the vending machines is not an easy job. They are the  only  part  of  the  ship’s  store  operation  that provide service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. VENDING MACHINE CASH COLLECTIONS As  the  vending  machine  operator,  you  will normally have another job on top of taking care of the vending machines. To make collections within prescribed time limits and still do your jobs,  you will more than likely have to time your collections so  they  will  not  interfere  with  your  other  work. This  can  be  easily  worked  out  with  the  person who  is  making  collections.  You  should  keep  in mind   that   the   vending   machines   need   to   be collected daily or before making any repairs to the coin mechanism or the machine itself whether the ship is in port or at sea. On the weekends in port, cash only needs to be collected from the vending machines  if  the  volume  of  sales  is  over  $150,  or when making repairs to the machine or the  coin mechanism.  Also  when  the  last  business  day  of the month falls on a weekend or holiday, all cash must be collected. Collections  are  recorded  on    the  NAVSUP Forms         469      and      470      according      to   the procedures      previously      described.            All collections from  the  vending   machines  will  be entered  in the   ROM   cash   receipt   function daily,  or  as soon  as    practical.        When    more than  one  machine    is    operated,      the    cash receipts  for each   machine  must  be   recorded on    separate  pages  of  the  NAVSUP  Forms  469 and 2-27

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