Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
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It sounds like the machine has lost some programming. What you were doing once per month is what I recommend if not used regularly, but the battery has probably now got to the stage where it is too old to even hold charge for a month. It is probably best to get the battery (internal vanadium type) replaced as it may have started leaking if it is too old. The dealer who replaces it can reset your decimal places at the same time. If you just want to get it running as is and take a chance, then do the flag clear (to get the FFFFFFFFFF on display then SUBTOTAL) on one of your WORKING machines, and tell me the big number that it prints out (this will not lose any data on your working machines, it just reads the settings)
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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