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Its a casio ce 6100 cash register ad the memory seems to have gone, now when i press the clerk key E011 appears on the screen

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You have to close the cash drawer to make a sale. E11 means drawer open while sale in progress. If that doesn't fix it, check the wiring to the drawer, especially the brown wire. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
For anyone needing a Casio CE-6100 manual, go here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio1.php

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