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Trying to program a new department button on my samsung er-4900 register - but after programming the key sequence & programming preset price; the button will register the correct price, then will cash out and open the drawer. don't want it to do this. not sure what i'm doing wrong. have programmed in the past without any problems ! thanks.

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You have the department set as a SINGLE ITEM department. This is address N2 in the department programming sections of the manual. Change this value to 0 instead of one and you will be set.

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