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How to program bottle deposit on xe-a507


PartsandTheirFunctions Printer cover Operator display Keyboard Drawer Check slot Drawer lock SD card slot (Refer to the "SD CARD Mode" section.) Printer The printer is a thermal printer, and therefore it does not require any type of ink ribbon or cartridge. The average life of the printer is approximately 6 million lines. When removing the printer cover, lift up its rear. When installing the printer cover, hook it on the pawls on the cabinet and shut it. CAUTION:Thepapercutterismountedontheprintercover.Becarefulnottocutyourself. Keyboard ? Keyboardlayout ? Functionkeylist { Receipt paper feed key PLU/sub-department/UPC key } Journal paper feed key Department code entry key Function menu key Department shift key a Auto key CLK# Clerk code entry key w Tax1 shift key Department 1-40 key 0 Percent 1 key FI Cursor (up/down arrow) key - Discount key m Mode key t Void key Escape/Cancel key H Help key X Charge 1 key f Refund key R Receipt print key @ Multiplication key Y Charge 2 key P Decimal point key u PLU/UPC inquiry key l Clear key x Check key 0 9 : Numeric key ; Non-add code/Time display/Subtotal key A Cash/Amount tender/No sale key Displays ? Operatordisplay •Screenexample1(REGmode) Salesinformationarea: When a transaction information occupies more than 2 lines, you can scroll to the direction by using the F I keys. Sales information you have just entered such as items and prices will appear between 1st line and 2nd line. Total is always appear at 3rd line. NumericEntryArea: Statusarea: Mode name Status information Clerk code Receipt ON/OFF status indicator (R) : Appears when the receipt ON-OFF function signs OFF. Sentinel mark (X) : Appears when the cash in drawer exceeds a programmed sentinel amount. The sentinel check is performed for the total cash in drawer.

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How do I get a grand total for just a department from a Royal 210dx cash register.


Are your departments set up properly?

This is how to check:

Running the Department Confirmation Report

You can print a report that shows the programmed information for a range of departments or for all departments. The range report is helpful if you want to see the programmed names of some of the departments, but do not need to see all the departments and other cash register programming.

You can also print a report that shows department information and sales.

For more information, see Running Management Reports on page 85.

Note:

Unless you specify a department range, all departments print in the
Department Range Report. This will take a few minutes.

To run a department confirmation report:

Programming > Department Set Up > Depart Conf Report

1 Press the Main menu (on) key.

2 Press the Arrow Down key to select Programming. Press the Amount Tend Total <Enter> key.

3 If you are prompted for a Manager Passcode, type the passcode number and then press the Check key. If you did not program a Manager Passcode, go to the next step.

4 Press the Arrow Down key to select Department Set up. Press the Amount Tend Total <Enter> key.

5 Press the Arrow Down key to select Depart C onf R eport. Press the Amount Tend Total <Enter> key.

6 Select how you want to see the report. If you select Display, use the arrow keys to review the report in the clerk screen.


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Black printing is fuzzy; other colors not printing


First thing you want to do is print the print quality test pages. Using the up and down keys and the enter key, you want to go through menus as follows: Troubleshooting>PQ test. This prints unique single color pages for each cartridge. If you a small amount of each color it is possible that you may have defective cartridges. As well, one bad cartridge can cause all the colors to not print. Yellow cartridges are bad for causing this. Have you recently changed cartridges in the printer? You may have gotten a bad one, it happens, especially if you are using refilled or 3rd party cartridges.

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E-037 accidentally I set higher quantity block too low and i can`t register anything over 20


For error code E037- turn key to program- push 0 then cash amount tend button then subtotal button. Let it work. When receipt is finished printing... Will be long...push 0/cash amount tend button then sub total. Turn key back to register mode and you will be back in business.

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I have tk1300 casio cash register. i have input my new tax rate and now it ring up right tax with product, but only work when i used credit card button(CH) and it print and open the cash drawer. It beeps...


It sounds like you have programmed the CASH button. Try this:
Turn key to program mode 0 CASH SUBTOTAL 3 SUBTOTAL 0 CASH SUBTOTAL Turn key back to REG and try it.

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If anyone is looking for a Casio TK-1300 manual, http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_TK-1300_and_CE-4200_and_CE-4250_programming_manual.html

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Sir good evening i have cash regester casio 160cr.Error code is e94 pls help how i can run my cash regester thanks.


I suggest you to reset your equipment.Here is how:
Remove AA batteries and unplug register from wall for 15 minutes.

Two more options;
Option #1:
To print the transaction details before clearing the journal memory:

VERY IMPORTANT: Do not interrupt once printing begins or the journal will not be cleared.

1. Make sure the paper is full in the register.
2. Turn to Z mode.
3. Hit the RC key until the screen displays "E94".
4. Hit Cash Amount Tender.

Once the printing is completed, the journal is cleared and the register is ready for use.

Option #2:
To clear the journal memory WITHOUT printing the transaction details:

1. Turn to Z mode
2. Hit RC key until the screen displays "E94 Clear"
3. Hit Cash Amount Tender

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Set Tax rate on a Casio HR-100TM


Press the CA button twice. Then push and hold down the %/set key until the 0 dissappearsd and reappears. Then type in your tax rate and the percent key (eg: 8.25%) and then press the TAX+ key. It should save the new tax rate.

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