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Flexion1. The keyboard orientation is different from the keypad template. The X multiply is located in button 4 under RECEIPT FEED and ERR. CORR/CANCEL is on button 3. Better if it will be back to the same location as per the keypad template. Will you please help and assist me on doing this AND of course the problem in amount limitation which is very important. Thank you.

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To change the keyboard, Turn key to program 4 SUBTOTAL 082 Now press the position where you want the X multiply button 034 Now press the position where you want ERR CORR button SUBTOTAL
as for the amount limitation, try it on the item that you set as 0 last time (3 SUBTOTAL 0 item SUBTOTAL). I need to know if it affects all items or whether any items you set as 0 above will work at less than $1.00. I don't think it has anything to do with training mode. Probably has a limit set from previous owner

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Hi Flexion. You are right since the problem of not working ERR. CORR/CANCEL and X multiplication buttons existed since before (only noticed now) but the amount limitation error happens right after...


To change the keyboard, Turn key to program 4 SUBTOTAL 082 Now press the position where you want the X multiply button 034 Now press the position where you want ERR CORR button SUBTOTAL
as for the amount limitation, try it on the item that you set as 0 last time (3 SUBTOTAL 0 item SUBTOTAL). I need to know if it affects all items or whether any items you set as 0 above will work at less than $1.00. I don't think it has anything to do with training mode. Probably has a limit set from previous owner

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Flexion1, Thank you for solving the problem E026 ENTER CONDIMENT/PREPARATION PLU. Please help me with the other; why is it that an amount less than <1.00 is not accepted to make a transaction, it just...


This makes no sense. they are all unrelated problems. Did all of these problems suddenly happen when you changed clerk settings? Try logging on as another clerk. They are in totally different areas of programming. I'm getting some information together for these problems. As for the amount limitation problem, do you get the error when you press the item, or only when you try to press CASH at the end of the sale?

Sep 15, 2010 | Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop

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Flexion1, Many thanks for getting back to me. I guess better not to use the trainee instead. The solution did not solve the problem. Still the message E026 ENTER CONDIMENT/PREPARATION PLU appears on the...


Oh right. sorry, the last part of your question was cut off, so I didn't see all of it. It looks like you have accidentally set limitations and preparation status on a PLU.
Firstly, you need to jump out of preparation status. Follow this carefully:

Turn key to PROGRAM mode. (don't worry if error/ beeping) Turn power off at wall. Hold RECEIPT FEED down - keep your finger on it. Turn power on at wall. Wait 5 seconds, then let go of RECEIPT FEED. You should see "FFFFFFFFFF" on display. Press SUBTOTAL and wait for printout. 3 SUBTOTAL (if you see error 8, you need to sign back on) 0 Now press the item button that gave you the error SUBTOTAL
Now go to REG mode and try that PLU (item). If it is doing it on any item or only when you press a payment, let me know

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Electroboy, thanks for your help. Can you please assist me with the first query with flexion1. I would like to know how to get the print-out on the receipt showing Quantity/Unit q'ty/@ Result rather than...


Sorry, I have just got back in the country. I think you need unit pricing during multiplication. This is held in one of two or three settings, so we can now go through and find it. In the machine feature programming section (just after keyboard programming), you'll find lots of tables with address codes at the top and then in brackets it will have a description. Look for the address code that has the description '(print control for receipt)' next to it. Tell me what the address code number is for that table.

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You don't need to use the PLU button when operating in REG mode. The PLU button works like a flat PLU button except it allows code entry, so if you press flat PLU button 27, it is the same as typing 27 and pressing PLU. The PLU button is used to access the PLUs that aren't on the keyboard as flat PLUs. Since the machine has a lot more than the approx 70 flat PLUs on the keyboard, you would use codes and the PLU button to look up the others. The reason you needed to put the PLU button back was to allow us to use it in program mode where it is used to call up a PLU for editing (in this case to change dept link). The departments do not need to be on the keyboard. they are really just placeholders in the machine that total up the linked PLUs so you will only see them on your daily report when it has totalled at the end of the day. Try linking a PLU to a department as I showed you before. Then use that PLU in REG mode. Then do a daily report and it should show a sale in the department you linked the PLU to. I know it is confusing, but just link your PLUs at this stage and then you will start to see it happen as you use the machine and take reports.

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2. Master reset (All memory clear)
There are two possible methods to perform a master reset.
· MRS-1
Used to clear all memory contents and return machine back to its
initial settings and return keyboard back to default keyboard layout.
Procedure
1) Unplug the AC cord from the wall outlet.
2) Set the MODE switch to the (SRV¢) position.
3) Plug in the AC cord to the wall outlet.
4) While holding down JOURNAL FEED key, turn to (SRV) position
from (SRV¢) position.
· MRS-2
Used to clear all memory and keyboard contents.
This reset returns all programming back to defaults. The keyboard
must be entered by hand.
This reset is used if an application needs different keyboard layout
other than that supplied by a normal MRS-1.
Procedure
1) Unplug the AC cord from the wall outlet.
2) Set the MODE switch to the (SRV¢) position.
3) Plug in the AC cord to the wall outlet.
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5) Key position assignment:
After the execution of MRS-2, only the RECEIPT FEED and
JOURNAL FEED keys can remain effective on key assignment.
Any key can be assigned on any key position on the main keyboard

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http://www.skan.com/Manuals/A440/ERA440-SRV.pdf

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