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Each item has a code which sets the item as taxed or non taxed. Look up PLU or department programming (depending upon which type of item button you use). If you need a manual, these guys have most https://the-checkout-tech.com/cashregisters.php
Posted on Apr 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem and finally figured it out. Here's what you do:
Press C-CE twice
Press +TAX (Rate set)
Key in your new tax rate as an integer (e.g. 5)
Press +Tax (Rate set) again
Then you're ready to calculate with the new rate!
Now what's the GT button for?
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
SOURCE: I am trying to program
Sounds like a programming problem, or could be that the register is keeping too many entries and not replacing an old entry, just adding onto it and giving you more than 8.25%.
800-638-9228 is the toll-free Programming Assistance number from the manual, page 7, since it's toll-free they would be the best option.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
SOURCE: how to change tax rate?
1) switch to PGM mode
2) press 3 then sub total key
3) press 0125 for tax table 1 or 0225 for tax table 2 followed by the sub total key
4) enter tax rate percentage using the decimal point and then press CA/Amt Tend
5) press 5002 and then CA/Amt Tend (to round off results)
6) press sub total key
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
move the pgm key to pgm mode
125 subtotal ( tax table)
rate tax and subtotal
beginning level tax ejemplo : for ten cent = 10 and subtotal
to applay the tax to dept or plu
move the pgm key to pgm mode 3 subtotal 366 subtotal 1 and all dept o plu subtotal
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
while holding AC press SET/%
while holding SET/% release AC
your screen should read SET on top
now press TAX+(TAX RATE)
enter tax rate 6.25
then press the SET% again,
you just changed your tax rate
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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