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Stacker supporting device in automatic money depositing and disbursing machine










Image Number 15 for United States Patent #4564140.

An automatic money depositing and disbursing machine has functions of receiving bank notes from a transacting port and feeding the same through a discriminating section provided in a note circulating delivery passage and accommodating in boxes normal notes judges by the discriminating section, and of disbursing the notes through the discriminating section from the transacting port. The machine is of such a construction that at least portions of the received notes are used as notes to be defrayed or disbursed. The boxes are adapted to be removably supported on the stacker supporting device. The stacker supporting device comprises a rail portion attached to the bottom of the machine and a movable portion adapted to accommodate the boxes therein and slidably supported on the rail portion in horizontal opposite directions.








 
 
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