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Print size I have a T470 that is printing half size (journal) How do I change the print size to make it larger?

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That is normal. They use compressed print in order to save paper. Do you want to make it larger like the receipt side?

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My register the pcr - t470 had and * it said to run the journel report. Well it has been printing for 10 minutes and won't quit how can I fix it??? now it has stopped. How can I clear it without having...


Hi. Yes, the star means the journal is near full. It can hold thousands of transactions.
I don't have the manual for the 470, but I have info for the 465, so it's probably the same. I assume you turned the key to Z mode, and pressed 58 CASH.
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