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My canon mp25dv adding machine just stopped functioning. Just wondering if i pressed a button that would make the , -, GT, tax , tax-, #, subtotal, total, and memory keys not work. (all keys to the right of the number pad) I have pressed the reset button on the bottom already to try fix it.

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SOURCE: How do you set the clock/calendar on the Canon MP25DV?

on the bottom of your calculator is a reset button, with a paperclip or a pen press that button. Then, press the calendar, clock key. next, press the equal sign key until the date is flashing type in the date using 11172006. press the equal sign again and the date is set. Next press the calendar, clock key again the time should show up (12-00-00)press the equal sign again until the time starts to flash. enter in the time using 0903 (9:03) press the equal sign again. Time is set. to display the date and time when not using the calculator, press the calculator, clock key 2x's. to go to compute mode press the red CE/C button.

Posted on Nov 17, 2006

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SOURCE: Why oh Why>

Because this is an adding machine you would use the total button (*) not the = for ading and subtracting the = is only used in multiplcation and division

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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SOURCE: How do you set the clock/calendar on the Canon MP25DV?

The trick is to hold down the time set button (=) until the time flashes and once the new info is entered, press time set and it will stay.  same with the date.  You kinda need to play around with it.  Thats how i learned.   

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Setting the tax rate on Canon MP25DV

the rate button is the 2nd slide switch from the right.. just above the GT key.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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When I put a sale of 1.00 and hit taxable it prints -1.06 when I hit subtotal, then i pt 2.00 and hit CA AMT Tend it puts 3.06 and the drawer opens. it should be .96 change???


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I hope I answered yur question

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You're right, the manual is terrible but I think I got it worked out...
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enter your number and hit the plus sign, then the tax+ button or the tax- button. it will automatically figure the tax for you. You may have to play with it a bit..I got the pdf version from the canon tech geeks, and the directions leave lots to be desired. Good Luck!

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