Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Re-configure again your setting's maybe you possibly turn on the features on PLu..
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
Right well Im guessing that you should be going to the website of your manufacturer/ vendor of your device and looking under the support/ technical help area of their website, they also have a FAQ (frequently asked questions) area, where common problems are discussed, and help given where possible.
Now the thing that im perplexed about (baffled) is why your model number has come up as a cash register/ tilling system, when you have a problem with a fax machine. Now my sheer advice with regards to this is to go and visit http://www.google.com and bag yourself the service sheets for your device/ till/ fax machine and then evaluate what you have. Typing your manufacturers/ vendors model details followed by the words "user manual" should bag you a few good results. Once you have found the manual, its then best to go to adobe and get a copy of adobe reader as you will need this in order to read the PDF file that the manual will be transported to you using.
Now once you got the manual, and you have read it, dont forget to back it up onto disk so if your computer crashes, at least you still have the manual on disk.
If you get no joy on the internet, get back in touch with me, and i will try to get hold of the manual location and then will send you the correct details of where to get it from. Until then really, there is not a lot I can do about this either unitil i know what it is exactly im dealing with, or i have a model number for your product.
As before, if in doubt, consult your dealer of where you got the product from in the first place, and also go and try to contact the manufacturer/ vendor of the device/ product.
i have a telephone number and URL address of casio to get you started, and this is as follows:
telephone number is available from either http://www.118.com (in the uk) or you can go to http://www.casio.com
I have provided the link for the usermanual to the product number you havbe enquired about (casio te-2200) and the link is above. It must be a good manual, as it even tells you how to remove the cash register from the original packaging.
I hope this is satisfactory to your needs and standards, and look froward to hearing from you soon with regards to this or any other registered matter. (matters either relating to cash registers, home appliances, white goods, electronics, and other consumables.
take care and good luck
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
E026 means that no condiment/preparation PLU is entered.
To fix this error you will have to register the condiment preparation PLU.
Click HERE for the manual to see the troubleshooting steps.
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Posted on Apr 13, 2008
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