Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
We have got the problem with our Casio TK 2700. We cashed off last night. Everything was normal and fine. Turned it on this morning and nothing happened. Tried plugging in different sockets and changed the fuses in the plug. Still nothing. Any ideas?
It could be several things. The most common is a faulty battery. The battery should be changed (internal rechargeable) every three years. If you haven't had it changed and since you are turning it off all of the time (forcing it to use the battery often), then this could be the reason. The second most common problem is printer failure. If the printer can't turn at startup, then the machine will halt the program and seem to be dead. Make sure the printer gears can be turned by hand. The other problem I've had is a main board fault where a short circuit or overload has caused component failure on the main circuit board. Suggest you take it to a dealer for repairs. If it's not in good condition, or the print was poor then it might not be worth spending money on, as these are wearing out now.
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Remove upper casework:
WARNING! - RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
Ensure power to the ECR is off and the power cord is disconnected before connecting the interface.
a. Locate the power switch and switch off the ECR. Also disconnect the ECR from the mains supply.
b. Unlock and remove the printer cover (by tilting it up from the front).
c. Remove keys from mode locks etc.
d. Remove the grey name-plate located half way down and to the left of the register.
e. Remove the single screw located behind the panel (bottom right of printer mechanism).
f. Push in the two tabs located either side of the register and slide the top cover forwards. The cover should now lift upwards, away from the register.
g. Move the top cover on to its side towards the right of the register (take care as there are still cables linking the top and bottom halves).
May 28, 2015 | Retail Supplies
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