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How can I unprogram? Our cash registers were programmed for a certain sale....we want to change the programs completely. How do we do it?

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Unplug the machine, hold down the journal paper feed key and the CL key then turn the key to the PGM mode plug the power cord in and wait a moment and it will clear the program back to default settings

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My cash register keeps deducting 2 cents with every sale , what do I do to fix it ?


You've accidentally reprogrammed the cash button when price changing.
Turn key to program position. Press 0 then cash then subtotal. Turn key to REG mode and see if it works.

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I have a Casio PCR-T470 cash register and today I entered an RC amount and after I completed it my CA/AMT TEND button will not work. The only way I can ring a sale is to ring it as a check or a charge. ...


An RC operation won't change the CASH button operation. It sounds like it has accidentally had a limitation applied. Try this:
Turn key to Program mode 0 CASH SUBTOTAL 3 SUBTOTAL 0 CASH SUBTOTAL Now turn back to REG mode
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If anyone needs a Casio PCR-T470 manual, go here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_PCR-T470_users_and_programming_manual.html

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E32


In Sharp registers, Error 32 means no cashier is signed on. It should be just a matter of touching 'CL' to clear the error, then '1' "CASH #" to sign on as Cashier 1. Go straight from there to entering a sale.
Sharp allows a program option to force signing on before every sale, but it's not the default. Somebody probably accidentally signed off by touching the CASH # button without a number.
Another program option which probably doesn't apply here is to hide the cashier code, putting only dashes or stars on the display & receipts. In that case you have to enter CASH # [code] CASH # to sign on.

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How do I program 7% sales tak to my casio 262 cash register?


The manual for the casio 262 can be found here:

http://www.casio4business.com/sa/products/downloads/manuals/PCR262_E041206B.pdf

Go to Page 11 in the manual for an explanation on how to program your sales tax based on state tax rates or a flat rate percentage (say 7%).

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TK-1550 cash register e037 digit or amount limitation over


It sounds like you have a lock out high amount limitation.

email me so I can send you a picture that will explain it more. My email is deborahrainwater@bellsouth.net

In the subject put the Eo37 error code so I know it it from you. The picture explains it, I will try to explain it since it will not let me paste a picture on here. On one of the programming keys it has been programmed (came that way, or accidentally done) that locks the register if a certain limitation of amont of money has been totaled. In your case $30.00. The manual should show or tell you how to unprogram or change the high amount limitation.

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I need to program an XE-A102 cash register for sales tax


Here is a PDF manual that tells you how to do this.

www.sharpusa.com/files/cas_man_XEA102.pdf

Hope this helps.

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Sharp er-a330 cash register


That's a programming option -- whether you have to sign in for each sale, or can just keep going until you do a Cashier Z reading. But this on is not in your Owner Manual. Most Sharpregisters have a deeper level of programming, called SRV mode. It's not marked on your mode switch, but it's one click past PGM. You need a SRV key to access it and a Service Manual to know what's there. Sharp doesn't supply the SRV key or instructions, because it allows you to change Grand Totals and other things that would allow an employee to steal without detection.

Any servicing Sharp register dealer should have the SRV key, and this change is simple enough that they might do it for free if you bring the register to them along with these instructions and ask nicely.

Turn to SRV mode.
910 . @/FOR CA/AT
Turn to REG mode.

Sign in and try running consecutive sales or No Sales without signing in between them.

You can still change Cashier numbers between sales by signing in with a different number.
If you touch the CASH # button without putting a number in first, it will sing out you current cashier, and you'll need to sign someone in again.
If you are in X/Z mode, and you touch the CASH # button, it will print a Cashier Z reading and automatically sign out all cashiers. Sign in before your next sale.

Good luck,
Eric

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