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Did you use rechargeable batteries? The Garmin seems to be extremely picky about enough voltage. I had good rechargeables which I use in my foto flashlights, but they did not suffice for the Gamin. Simple non-rechargeable batteries ones solved my problem. Not good for the environment, but for my bearings...
1) Make sure your terminal is on the main screen: “Swipe Customer Card”. If the terminal does not say this then hit the CANCEL button until it does. 2) Press FUNCTION, 10, ENTER. 3) The terminal will prompt for a password. Type in 0000 ENTER. 4) The terminal should prompt you to enter the date. Type in the date in MMDDYY format then hit ENTER. The terminal then prompt you for the time. Enter the time in HHMM format, in military time. For example, 3PM would be 1500. 5) The terminal should automatically go back to the “Swipe Customer Card” screen. Check to make sure the date and time have been updated (it should be displayed on the main screen). If they have not, then repeat these steps up to two more times to make the change stick.
Health savings cards like flex cards are special cards. Generaly the processing compnay needs to mark othe box set for private label cards. If your processing company has already done this. The next step would be to call the 1-800 number on the back of the card ask them what the bin ranges are or if you need to submit any special info to your processing company in order to process the card. Once you have obtain the info contact your processing company again ask to speak to a supervisor or a Senior Tech inform of the info you obtain from the card company.