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Negative sale on Casio 120CR-B

How can I enter a negative sale or void an entry after I've pressed total?
Have no manual.
Thanks anyone who can help.

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Hi.
Turn the key to RF (refund) mode.
Do the sale again, using the same department as you did during the sale, and CASH to finish.
Turn the key back to REG mode.

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Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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