If you have a Casio register the only register that support the feature u are looking for which sound like a drive thru feature is the CASIO TE2200 TE2400 TE3000 TE4500 TK3200 Casio calls the feature the store and recall also called suspend and resume feature . The low end regsiters like the TE950 PCR265 do not support this feature. GOOD LUCK
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If the rest of the machine works ok, it usually means the No Sale key has been disabled in programming. There will be codes in the programming manual to enable it or add it back to that position on the keyboard. If you have lost the programming manual, there is a user on the forums who has most of them here: https://the-checkout-tech.com/cashregisters.php
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I have never seen a machine that can do that. Most businesses have multiple printers with links to each printer from certain PLUs. If you want a cheaper way out, you could use one printer to print various orders e.g drinks, food and run the orders to each area. It's the price you pay for efficiency. Printers are getting cheaper all the time so it may not cost too much if your system supports multiple order printers.
if you are asking if you can do this on your VX510, the answer is you can not check prior activity for any credit card on a credit card machine, that would require contacting the bank that issued the credit card. if it is your card they will provide information, if not your card, you will need owner of card to call.
The ER-3100 has a memory-protection battery soldered to the main board. It charges whenever the register is on, and when the register is off, it can hold the totals and programming for over a month. But the ER-3100 is about 20 years old, and you battery has lost its ability to hold a charge. You need to have the battery replaced and the entire machine's memory cleared, then programmed. Don't do it. You need a new cash register. All the replacement machines are much cheaper, much faster, and much quieter than your old ER-3100.