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# How do i change the sales tax to 8percent on a casio cash register pcr-t2000

My sales tax on it now is 7percent but i need to change it to 8percent pls help me

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Thanks for your fast reply.
I´ve tried it but it´s only for Casio Authorized Dealers so I´m not able to download the operator´s manual ,I haven´t got any login name nor password.
Any other suggestion please?

Thanks again

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Go to the following website and download the operator's manuel. Go to page 13 for resetting the tax!
· www.casio4business.com/sa/products/downloads...

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