Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
CANT GET IT OPEN.
You have a printer fault. Check to see if it is jammed.
If anyone is having trouble programming a Casio PCR265P, the manual is here:http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_PCR-265P_users_manual.html
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn key to PROGRAM mode.
Turn power off at wall.
Hold RECEIPT FEED down.
Turn power on at wall.
When you see 'FFFFFFFFFF' on display, let go of RECEIPT FEED.
Let me know if you still have trouble.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: error code Eo2
Error 2 means no clerk code entered. You need to log on to the machine with your clerk (PIN) number, then press the CLERK or CLK# button. Then it will let you make sales.
If you have trouble, just let me know.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
This type of problem is normally caused by a switch. When the drawer opens, the switch closes and the machine goes into 'drawer open' mode to prevent another transaction. The switch or the switch activator has probably failed.
Remove the entire drawer assembly, meaning everything that comes out when the drawer is opened. Use a flashlight and look at the inside rear of the drawer opening to see if you can see the switch. It may be a lever or a button and it may be in line withe the drawer or in may be off to one side. When it is located, try to press on the button or lever. If you can and the machine goes back to 'normal mode' the problem will be identified and you will know that the switch is good. Now you need to locate what actuates the switch to see why it is not making contact. Look on the part of the drawer that should come in contact with the switch. If a small, thin piece of plastic has broken off, tape a small piece of a hard substance in that area. Close the drawer to see if the 'open' message goes away. If id does not, try a thicker piece. Repeat until the 'open' message goes away. When that happens, glue the last piece in place.
If the 'open' message does not go away when the button or lever is press, it indicates that the switch is bad and needs to be replaced. Most of these switches make contact when the button or lever are not pressed. In the short term you could locate the switch and disconnect one wire. That would simulate the button being pressed. You would just need to remember to not start another transaction until the drawer is closed.
Good luck, and please let me know how it works out.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: E94 code
I personally don't know. But try this. Go to the casio site probably www.casio.com, and try to download a manual, or google casio(use model number)+manual . no spaces in the search. Most times I have had good luck with this method. It works with older faxes, phones,etc. good luck
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
Not positive, but I think you have to unplug the unit for 5-10 seconds then plug it back in. Some require a certain key position and operation of certain buttons to clear the codes.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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