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It depends upon the model but most can be programmed to do it. You need to use the codes program the 30% rate and the table in the manual will show you how to select which button to apply the rate to. There are many programming manuals here: https://the-checkout-tech.com/cashregisters.php
Use the program codes to enter the programming mode for barcoding. Once you scan the the product, the register will ask you for a new price which will be saved. You will need the programming manual to get the codes for your model. One of the users has most of them here: https://the-checkout-tech.com/
you cant,you need to use plu's,everything has its own plu,go to your plu settings and start putting in the plu number(price look up),then you link each thing to the proper dept Samsung ER 4940 Cash Register Manual
I haven't worked on these in a few years. Normally your dealer would give a training session as scanning is the most complicated setup on a register. As I remember, it is part of the direct maintenance programming for scanning PLUs. Also, check the amount of scanning PLUs you have allocated. The dealer would normally supply backup software such as Casio CV when you bought it so you don't lose all of your PLUs when files become full or corrupted. There is a site which has the dealer type manual. If you don't have it, you won't have all of the scanning codes: https://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_TE-3000S_and_TE-4000F_and_TE-4500F_dealers_manual.html
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Someone has mucked up when they tried to program it. Price the cash button to zero and it should work. Just do same as the way you program prices but program a zero into cash instead of an item button.
Using the 'P' key, 'C' key turn the key to the PROG position, PRESS the 0 (zero) key and then 0 (zero). At this point, press the key of the item that you wish to change or Enter the PLU # and press the PLU Key. If the description of the item is ok then press 'cash/enter' and then press it again. You should be on the PRICE/Halo line, Change the amount to the correct amount and press cash/enter at this point you can then press the clear key and then turn the key to the 'REG' Position. Press the Key of the item you changed and it should display the new price.
Each department in the register can be programed with a maximum price. Sharp calls it a HALO, for High Amount Lock-Out, and it prevents those silly mistakes like a cashier once made for me when my burger and shake came out to over $500.00. If you're entering a reasonable price, but the register complains that it is OVER LIMIT, you need to program a higher HALO for that department. Look for the department programming in the manual.