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I have a casio te4500f, problem changing prices

I have a casio te4500f, someone has given it to me without any manua or anything, ive read up how to change prices etc for it by going to programme entering the amount then going to selection and pressing subtotal but its not changing a price to what i want it to be any ideas

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I know its been about 2 weeks in coming, but this is really easy to do. Generally casio does all its pricing from P1(program1 to get there turn the key to PGM). The machine will recognize the position of the key and automatically go to P1. Once there you can enter a price without decimals and press the button that you want that price on. That is providing the PLU's are set up. The PLU's are the items that you sell like hamburger, milk, coke etc. When done press subtotal and turn your key back to REG and keep on pluggin!!!!!

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Did you read up from the manual, if not, here's a link for the manual

It's for both the TE4000F and TE4500F cash registers. You will need a PDF viewer the view this file. Link for Adobe PDF Reader

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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    Oh yes, and if this helps please vote for me, Nik.


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