As far as I can figure out, to reset ur tax rate, all u need to do is put the gt button to tax rate-- then type in the new rate -- set the gt button to off.
eg:- gt button to tax rate- type in 5(5% tax rate)-- gt button off
Hope this solves ur problem.
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First clear all w/ ON/AC. Enter the tax rate desired eg. 7 for 7% (can you tell I'm in PA) Press RATE then TAX+ Press C/CE. The next time you use TAX+ it will calculate and add the value that you set. Do the same for TAX-, you can use a different value for each as they are separate memories.
1. Be sure to switch to "rate set" from GT
2. Enter the tax amount like so - if your tax rate is 7% type in 7%
3. Go back to the GT setting and it should work...at least that is how I fixed mine! I did the same thing last week & have no manual!