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The wrong characters are printed - when I touch P I get an i/ - they are completely mixed up. Is there a code I can put in to get it back to normal?

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Check the Pitch selector slide lever on the LHS, you may have moved it to the PS position.... should be on 10, 12 or 15 to match your printwheel.

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What do I do when AEG careers Olympia is typing wrong characters?


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WE HAVE A SHARP ER-A610 CASH REGISTER WE WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE THE ITEM LABEL FOR EACH DEPARTMENT KEY BUT DON'T KNOW THE JOB # AND PROCEEDURE FOR DOING IT I DON'T HAVE ALL THE PAGES OF THE MANU


Sharp uses a 3-digit ASCII code for each character. The ER-A610 manual has a table of the codes, but if you've lost that part of the book, you can find ascii tables online, like this one:
http://www.ascii.cl/
Note that many of these show 2-digit codes; add a leading zero to those, so A is 065, B is 066, etc.
the 00 key on your ER-A610 has a special purpose here - it is used to enter each character's code, so to spell FOOD you'd enter:
070 00
079 00
079 00
068 00
where each of those double-zeroes is the double-zero key, not just two zeroes.
You need to know the number of each department you need to change. If you're not sure what order they're numbered in (It's completely customizable, so don't count on them being in order, unless you're sure.), print out your current department programming:
(In PGM1 or PGM2 mode)
1100 @/FOR CA/AT
will print out all the depts. CA/AT is the Cash key at the bottom-right corner of the keyboard. It stands for CAsh / Amount Tendered, which isn't exactly obvious, so some folks relabel it.
Note that on the tape you printed, the name is printed below the dept. number.
Now we're ready to start. In PGM2 mode, enter:
2114 . @/FOR (Is the decimal point after the 2114 visible here?)
[dept. number] @/FOR [character codes] SBTL
[dept. number] @/FOR [character codes] SBTL
[dept. number] @/FOR [character codes] SBTL
(etc. until done)
CA/AT
For [dept. number], enter the number on the keypad, not by touching the actual dept. key.
[character codes] is the sequence of 3-digit codes and 00 key presses, like the FOOD example above.
If the departments you're changing are sequential, life is a little easier. When you finish Department 6 (for example) by touching the SBTL key, it will automatically count up to 7. You can do a series of depts. by entering the first of them as above, then after using the SBTL key, go straight into the character codes for the next in line. Continue this way for as many are in series. You can jump ahead or back at any time by with [dept. no.] @/FOR and keep going from there.
SBTL in all the lines above, means the key that normally shows your subtotal including tax. It might be labeled #/SBTL. The MDSE SBTL key won't do the trick.
If you use PLU's in you register, their names are programed exactly the same, except that instead of starting with 2114, you use 2214. Simple, no?

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The colours are totally wrong on printing


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Double check your code to make sure your not entering a character wrong. Some of the letters look very alike, and some numbers look like letters, and vice versa. B and 8, for example. Try changing out characters that look very similar to each other, and see if that helps.

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PUT THE WRONG CODE IN MY PHONE FOR A GAME, NOW ITS BLOCKED


Few people use PIN locking system to lock their phone to avoid un-authorised access. Though this is a good option, it pisses you off sometime. Three wrong entry of PIN code will result in SIM blocking. Once SIM gets blocked, phone starts asking PUK code to enter. If you again enter wrong code for three times, SIM gets completely blocked. You have to walk into your service provider outlet to get a replacement SIM card.
PUK code is a SIM specific code assigned by your service provider. No way you can guess & enter it. So, when it asks for the PUK code, don’t do anything, get the PUK code from your service provider. You may call to customer care using any other mobile phone which uses the same service provider. They will ask some details about you to make sure you are the owner of the SIM card. Questions might include your billing address, email ID, numbers you recently called or messaged etc. They might even ask you number printed on the SIM card, so be prepared with all details before calling them. Once you get the PUK code, enter it into the phone & your phone will return to normal.

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Can't type @ sign


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Press the Return button and the machine will automatically print the size the tape will allow! :) Title:
What does the error message "CHR SIZE AUTO?" mean? Description:This message appears when the selected character size is too large for the width of the tape cassette installed.

You have the following options:

  • Press the "Print" or "Return" key to allow the P-touch machine to automatically select the maximum character size that fits the tape width.

  • Press the "BS" key to clear the message, and then install a wider tape cassette.

  • Press the "BS" key to clear the message, and then select a smaller character size by following these steps:

    1. While holding the "Code" key, press the "Size" key. The display will show the current character size.

    2. Keep the "Code" key held, and press the "Size" key until the desired size is displayed.
      If you select "AUTO", the P-touch machine will automatically adjust the character size to the largest possible size.

    3. Release the "Code" to apply the setting.


If you have the correct size tape installed and still get the error message, please try removing the cassette from the machine and reinstalling it. Also, check that the tape cassette is seated firmly in the compartment.


Note
    The following table shows the maximum character size that can be used with each tape width.

    Tape Width Maximum Character Size 1/4" (6 mm) 12 points 3/8" (9 mm) 18 points 1/2" (12 mm) 24 points 3/4" (18 mm) 42 points
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