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Still having trouble with casio ce-3700

I tried your 2nd suggesionI of JOURNAL FEED. 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.

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See my answer on the other question.

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Firstly, try a flag clear to jump it back to REG mode:
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