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I have a casio 130cr cash register, when does the z number reset and when does the grand sales total on the periodic report reset, does the z number and sales total correspond to each other?

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Hi.
It is unlikely to be a memory problem. If you can explain the symptom then I might be able to give some advice. How is it playing up? Please describe the button sequence and what the machine is doing wrong.

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Printing models (except HR-8TE):

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SOURCE: Reset the grand total.

This is called NRGT (Non resettable Grand total), so there is no reset procedure for it. It can be left out of the report on most models. Let me know if you want to try it.

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

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How do you Z out a 435dx


"Z" (Prints End-of-Day Management Reports and Resets Totals) - Prints the "Z" management report at the end-of-the-day and resets totals to zero (except "locked-in" grand total).
To print Management Reports, slide the control switch to the "X" or "Z" position as needed, then press the [amt tend/TOTAL] key. Refer to explanation starting on page 37.
"X" AND "Z" SALES MANAGEMENT REPORTS
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Transaction data is maintained in the memory of the cash register as long as the battery back-up system is in effect. This data can be printed as a report for management review.
The Management Report can be printed from either the "X" or the "Z" position on the Control Switch.
"X" POSITION REPORT (Refers to a mid-day reading)
The "X" position report prints the accumulated information and RETAINS ALL TOTALS IN MEMORY. Use this position to print periodic readings of transaction information at any time through-out the day. (Some users call the X-report a mid-day report).
"Z" POSITION REPORT (Refers to an end-of-day or close-out reading)
The "Z" position report prints the same information as the "X" report. However, once this report is printed, ALL TRANSACTION TOTALS ARE RESET TO ZERO except the Grand Total. (Some users call the Z-report an end-of-day report).
NOTE: To prevent accidental printing of the "Z" report, set the security code as explained in the SECURITY CODE section.
Once this code is set, a "Z" report will not print until the security code is entered. If a "Z" report is attempted without entering the security code, the prompt "SEC Code" will appear in the display.


PRINTING THE SALES REPORT
IMPORTANT: Once a "Z" reading is taken, it cannot be duplicated, so be sure to have plenty of paper in the register.
1. Set the Control Switch to either the "X" or "Z" position.
2. Press the [amt tend/TOTAL] key.
NOTE: If a security code has been assigned, be sure to enter the security code before pressing the [amt tend/TOTAL]
key.
TO CLEAR THE GRAND TOTAL:
1. Set the Control Switch to the "prg" (Program Mode) position.
2. Type [2], type [0], then press [RA].
After this operation, the grand total resets to zero.

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Bought a used XE-A202 Sharp register and need to know how to reset the grand totals? The previous store's information still prints out on the Z reports.


You can reset everything except the grand totals. Just ignore them. The rest of the report will reflect your sales. If you want to reset the GTs, you will have to lose all programming and start again.
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If anyone needs more information, the Sharp XE-A202 manuals are here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Sharp11.php

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We have a Casio 130cr cash register and when we print the reset report, the amounts is not clearly readable. The 1 000 prints over the 100 and is not alligned propperly. How do I fix it?


They are cheap printers and not designed to last. It is common when they are worn or dirty. Clean the rubber drum and any ink or muck from the printer. Check the ink roller. Make sure it is fresh and rolling freely. If it doesn't improve, you just replace the printer as a unit. See a dealer for this. -----------------------------------------------------
If anyone needs more information, the Casio 130CR manual is here:
130CR user manual: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_130CR_users_manual.html
130CR service (repair) manual: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_130CR_PCR-262_CE-160_service_manual.html

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How can i reset the Non-resettable Grand Sales Total at the Casio TE-M80? I just bought a used Cash Register & need to reset it. Many thanks, Helge


The answer may be in your question... "How can I reset the non-ressettable..." you could try ringing Casio, but you might not be able to. Sorry

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How do i reset my grand sales on a casio TE 2000


The Non-resettable Grand Sales total is a running total from when you first start ringing up merchandise. This number cannot be reset except by unplugging the unit and removing all the batteries- at this point the unit requires re-programming

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I need someone to show me how to delete the old memory from used cash register machine .


The grand totals are about the only thing that cannot be reset (they are called non resettable grand totals) so you can just turn them off. turn key to program 3 SUBTOTAL 0822 SUBTOTAL 2000 CASH SUBTOTAL Now turn the key to Z mode and press CASH. The machine will print a daily report. Now press CASH again and you should get a small clear report with nothing on it. now you are ready to go. turn key back to REG mode

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Reset the grand total.


This is called NRGT (Non resettable Grand total), so there is no reset procedure for it. It can be left out of the report on most models. Let me know if you want to try it.

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Weekly sales reports on Casio TE4500f


Hi.
It depends upon the way it was setup by your dealer.
If you turn the key to Z mode, then press CASH, it should print a daily report. If it has been setup for periodic reports, then you turn to Z2, press 1 then CASH and it should give a weekly report.

Mark

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Resetting a Casio 130CR to default settings


Hi.
It is unlikely to be a memory problem. If you can explain the symptom then I might be able to give some advice. How is it playing up? Please describe the button sequence and what the machine is doing wrong.

Mark

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Grand Total Clear z/1 z/2


Hi. On most machines, the Grand total is non resettable and is just ignored if you don't want to track the total sales of the machine long-term. It should not affect the daily totals. The rest of the report should reset at the end of the day. If you don't see CASH totals and departments etc returning to zero, then there is another problem. If you still want to try to stop the GT on the reports, tell me the brand and model number and I'll see if it can be forced from the report.

Mark

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