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In the manager moide there is a place to update stock you have to impliment it in the PLUs or the Depts

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Hi.
Stock tracking can be quite tricky. All machines come with negative stock tracking built in. This means they will show you how much stock has been sold on the daily report. If you want it setup for positive stock (inputting stock, then subtracting it from your total) then it must have had extra files opened and system areas opened up to allow this. Has your dealer set it up for stock input?

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please download your programmers guide/manual from the below link>>

http://www.premiercash.co.uk/brochures/TE-8000_User_Manual.pdf

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