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I was tryin to program message. Somehow i prograamed something else. Now when i ring stuff in to dept it wont put decimal in right spot. if i ring in$3 in rings in at $300. HELP

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You may have changed tabulation.
Can you tell me what brand and model you have? Also, does it show the wrong decimal places all the time on the display, even when it is sitting on zero between sales?


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