It is always a good idea to scout some locations for your candy vending machines, to see what locations will be best. Once you have set your preferred location determined, and your candy vending machines have been purchased, it is time to set them up and put them out for use.
Most candy vending machines come with an adjustable bulk candy wheel, so depending on what candy you decided to vend per quarter, you will want to adjust the dispensing wheel to dispense more or less of the candy per transaction. A majority of candy vending machines are used on a stand. If your candy vending machine is set on a stand, you will need to do the attaching.
Purchasing a candy vending machine without doing proper research could end up costing you more in the long run, and even cause you to lose profits.
For most single headed candy vending machines, it involves removing the metal base from the candy vending machine. Many single headed vending machines are set up with a screw lock, attached to a center rod, that runs through the middle of the candy vending machine.