Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
You would need to order them from a Casio dealer. Since this is an uncommon problem, they will probably have to be ordered in especially from Japan. It is much easier to mark the buttons yourself. You can use a soldering iron, or an engraving tool. Just melt, or engrave the numbers into the plastic, and you'll never have the problem again. If you don't have either of these, then mark them with a felt pen, then put a little square of tape over it to stop the markings rubbing off. It won't be permanent, so you will have to re-do it occasionally.
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