MM6 - Setup and Installation Guide


This article explains how to install the MM6 device, as well as the Expansion Unit (XP6). The expansion unit is an optional component that connects to the left side of the countertop kiosk. It contains peripherals such as a Vertical Up-Stacker and a Receipt Printer.

Additional peripherals are also available for the MM6. Please see the MM6 - Hardware Guide and the MM6 Spec Sheet for more information. 




There are a few types of MM6 devices, and each one has a different type of software. 

  • The MM6-RT uses ReadyTouch software
  • The MM6-CK uses CK Software
  • The MM6 Markets uses V5 Software


Setup Requirements

An MM6 and XP6 setup will require:

  • One 120VAC 3-prong grounded outlet (15 amp service)
  • One RJ45 wired Ethernet jack

The counter space needed for the device and expansion unit is based on the dimensions: 

  • 20” wide 
  • 15.5” deep 
  • 29.75” high

The MM6 and XP6 together weigh 78 lbs (about 35 kg). It is strongly suggested that these items are bolted to the countertop during installation. 

  • Weight of both devices: 78 lbs (35 kg) total
    • Stand-alone MM6 weight: 51 lbs (23 kg)
    • XP 6 unit Weight: 27 lbs (12 kg)

The two devices are shipped separately and have the following shipping weights.

  • MM6: 59 lbs/ 28 kg with shipping materials
  • XP 6: 33 lbs/ 15 kg with shipping materials


Tools Required for Installation: 

  • 8th-inch hex wrench
  • 7/16th combination wrench
  • 3/8” drill bit and drill, if installing via the provided carriage bolts
  • Drill driver and bit, if installing via wood screws
  • electrical tape


MM6 Installation

The MM6 itself is a plug-and-play device. It is staged and assembled prior to shipment.

  1. Carefully unpack the MM6 kiosk. Be sure not to lose any mounting hardware or accessories which are included in the packaging box. Please contact 365 immediately if there is any damage caused by shipping.

  2. Place the Drill Template (included in packaging) on the countertop in the desired location and secure it with tape. Use a 3/8” drill bit to drill holes in the two marked locations on the guide.

  3. Place the unit in the desired location on the counter, lining up the drill holes with the holes in the device. Insert the supplied carriage bolts through the square holes and secure them from the underside of the countertop with the washers and nuts.

    • If using the supplied wood screws, place the unit in the desired location and drive the screws through the base holes using a drill driver.

  4. Connect the MM6 to the 120VAC 3-prong grounded outlet. Press and hold the Power button located at the back of the kiosk, holding until it beeps. The MM6 will then boot up and automatically start the POS (Point of Sale) software.

    To properly shut down the Kiosk when needed:

    • Open the kiosk and power down the PC by pressing its power button.

    • Once the PC is off, turn off the Kiosk by holding the Power button located in the back of kiosk (the UPS) until you hear a long beep and then two short beeps.

  5. Once the unit is powered up, the operator should verify network connectivity and set up the router by connecting an operator-provided network cable from the MM6's LAN port to your local connection jack. Power for the router is supplied separately from the rest of the device. For more information on this process, see the Validating Network Status on ADM section of our Network Connectivity Verification article. 

  6. Locate and write down the serial number of the MM6, located on the side of the kiosk. Use this number when contacting 365Support at (888) 365- 6282 to complete remote configuration. 


XP6 Installation 

Below, you will find instructions for this process in both video and text-based forms. Please note that the XP6 only works with V5 and CK versions of the MM6 kiosk. 


  1. You will have received two boxes from 365. The smaller of the two contains the XP6. Open this box from the top, with the 365-logo facing upward. 

  2. Remove the top packing foam and discard. Remove the printer power supply (loose in the box) and set it aside for later now. 
  3. It is recommended that you keep the foam packing material, as it can be used as a stand for the expansion unit during the installation process.

  4. Use the 1/8” hex wrench to remove the two screws from the cover trim piece on the left-hand side of the kiosk. Discard this trim piece and hardware.
  5. Use the 1/8” hex wrench to remove the screw in the middle of the black plastic shroud near the bottom on the left-hand side of the kiosk. Retain this screw for later.

  6. Place the XP6 unit vertically in the foam packing piece to support it during the following steps.

  7. Open the MM6 kiosk. Install the printer power supply in the base by running the barrel connector of the power supply through the hole in the left-hand side of the kiosk and into the cable hole on the XP6 unit. Plug the power supply into the integrated UPS in the base of the kiosk. Make sure this wire does not interfere with the latch mechanism.
  8. Run the USB cable and bill validator power cable from the XP unit into the MM6 kiosk by routing the USB cable through the upper hole and the power cable through the lower hole.
  9. Connect the bill validator power cable to the loose barrel plug in the base of the MM6 kiosk, toward the front right side of the kiosk in the bottom area. Secure the connection with electrical tape and tuck the cable into the base toward the front and out of the way.
  10. Plug the USB cable into the open port on the left-hand side of the PC.

  11. Remove locknuts from the studs on the XP unit and retain them for later.

  12. Slide the XP6 unit against the MM6 kiosk and angle backward to match the studs to the holes in the side rail. The bevel shape on the packing foam will act as a guide and help hold the XP6 at the correct angle and height.

  13. Tighten all 3 locknuts onto the studs with a 7/16” wrench after passing through the holes in the side rails.

  14. Remove packing foam and discard. Replace the socket head screw into the MM6 base through the leg on the XP6 using a 1/8” hex wrench. You may need to adjust the leg alignment to match the hole in the kiosk by pushing it up or down.

  15. Open the XP door. Feed the USB and power cables for the printer up and through the opening in the back of the XP shell. Plug both into the back of the receipt printer. 
  16. Close the door of the MM6, then continue from step 4 of the MM6 Installation section