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MY REGISTER ONLY BEEPS NO MATTER WHAT YOU PRESS

I was trying to back out a transaction by turning the manager key to "refund". Now all it does is beep at you no matter what you press. The display shows E-01 0.00. The model number is PCR-265P

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Hi. It is warning you that you didn't finish before changing modes. Go back to where you were (prob REG mode) and finish the sale before turning to refund mode. You can never turn the key before finishing in any mode.

Mark

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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