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Hmmmm.... It sounds as though your scanner is not programmed correctly. Either RS232 or IBM... Either way it sounds as though it is not accepting your communication entry. Which could be your Eeprom chip, a digital board, maybe even the dual I/O board, in most cases.
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This problem can be solved with some configuration that there are tags for 7875-2000 NCR scanner, what is here is the set of EEPROM targeta NCR scanner that brings you to continue to double reading of products