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Casio CE-3700 lockup

I followed your instuction on my CE-3700
"Turn key to program. Power off at wall.
Hold RECEIPT FEED, and turn power on at wall.
Wait 10 seconds, then let go of RECEIPT FEED.
When you see 'FFFFFFFFF' press SUBTOTAL.
Turn key back to REG and try it."
However, Now it's frozen with just 0 in the display. Nothing happens when I press any keys. No error code either. Just frozen on 0. What do I do now?Thanks in advance for your help

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  • sanjivnaik Aug 19, 2008

    I tried the JOURNAL FEED suggesion. It unfroze the machine but still showing E04 error. What do I do now. We are back to where we started. Thanks again for you prompt response.

  • sanjivnaik Aug 20, 2008

    Again, thanks Mark for your response. Following are the answers to your questions. Model Casio CE-3700

    1) I am in USA



    2) Date system is MMDDYY



    3) We use two decimal places



    4) There are 18 Departments to the right of the #keypad and 4 departments to the left along the side of 0,1,4 &7. Totaling 22.



    5) I just have CLK# next to Journal Feed button.

  • sanjivnaik Aug 21, 2008

    Great job; Thanks so very much. Working good with 12001 code. Saved me time and money.

  • sanjivnaik Aug 21, 2008

    Just one more question.

    Can you tell me steps of programming 7% tax to taxable button(dept. button#7).

  • sanjivnaik Aug 21, 2008

    Please guide me through programming taxable dept. keys

    Thanks

  • sanjivnaik Aug 22, 2008

    YES!!!! YES!!!!



    PERFECT



    THANK YOU

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Mark, how do you reset the clerk #?

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  • casio-needhe Apr 18, 2010

    mark, how do i reset the clerk number?

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Hi,
It sounds like you have a flat, or faulty backup battery. The machine has probably lost all programming. This is common if the machine has been stored.

Try this:

Turn key to program.
Turn power off at wall.
Hold JOURNAL FEED.
Turn power on at wall.
When you see '000000000' or 'LLLLLLLLLL' type 21151 (for Europe), or type 12300 (for USA) then press SUBTOTAL

If you still have trouble, just let me know.
Mark

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    flexion1 Aug 19, 2008

    Ok. E4 just means the code was wrong. This is strange, as those two codes are usually the only ones we use.

    In this case, I need to ask some questions, then I can try to find the right code for your version.

    1. What country is this machine being used in?

    2. Is your date system DDMMYY, MMDDYY, or YYMMDD?

    3. Do you use two, or three decimal places (0.00, or 0.000) for your currency? Dollars and cents =2DP, but some currencies need 3DP

    4. How many department (item) buttons on your machine? These are the buttons to the right of the number pad.

    5. Do you have clerk push down buttons? These will be four or six buttons just below the 'RECEIPT ON/OFF' switch. Usually labelled CLERK 1,2,3,4. If you push one of them down, they stay down. Otherwise, there will be a CLERK, or CLK# button on your keyboard somewhere.

    If you can answer these 5 questions, we can continue.

    Mark


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    flexion1 Aug 21, 2008

    Ok. I think the instructions I'm using have errors.

    I have just tried initialising one of ours, and our code (in New Zealand) is 21000.
    Try this code, and see if it accepts it, and prints out. Then it should show 'P1' on the display. you probably won't be able to use the register, as it will want a clerk button system, but see if it gets that far.

    Mark



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    flexion1 Aug 21, 2008

    Hi. I have had a little play, and I've found some other USA settings. This one seems to ask for CLK# type clerk. try code 12001

    When you turn the key back to reg, you will need to logon (press 1 CLK#). Then try the machine.
    If you get error 8, then the CLK# needs re-assigning.

    See if you get this far

    Mark


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    flexion1 Aug 22, 2008

    That's good news.

    I haven't set tax on these before, so we'll give it a try, and you can let me know if it calcilates how you want it.

    Turn key to PROGRAM mode.

    3 SUBTOTAL 0125 SUBTOTAL 7.00 CASH 0 CASH 5002 CASH SUBTOTAL

    That should set the rate, now we'll set it to dept 7.

    Make sure the display is still showing 'P3' then type:

    0366 SUBTOTAL 1 DEPT7 SUBTOTAL

    That should do it. Now turn back to REG mode, and try dept 7.

    Mark



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    flexion1 Aug 22, 2008

    Thats great. There are so many ways to set tax. Glad I hit the right one.

    So if you get a power cut and the register loses everything again, then you will know that the memory backup battery is faulty and will need replacing (special internal rechargeable). Otherwise, it was just flat.

    Mark


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