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In PLU programming in your manual, there is a code for department link where you enter the department number

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A dealer can usually read off the clerk login numbers for you. make sure you take proof of purchase as this is a security feature that you are trying to circumvent so they would probably require proof of ownership

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Firstly, make sure there is a Z or Z1 at the top of the report. If it is X or X1, you are not resetting and that's your problem.
The register is set by default to ignore all zero balance PLUs and depts so someone may have turned printing of all depts on Z reports. Check your programming manual for a setting which details depts with zero printing or all printing in Z reports. It will normally be in the printing settings but it can vary between models.

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I haven't worked with this model but loss of decimal point usually indicates a low battery causing memory loss. If it has replaceable batteries, try new ones. Note do not turn the machine off while replacing batteries. It needs the power on to hold memory while changing them. Other than that, a few models allow you to program the point position (most must be memory cleared and reprogrammed). If you need a manual, the big supplier checkout tech has it here

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In the programming, you unlink the tax number assigned to that item. It will be in PLU or department programming depending upon which one your machine has been set to use. If you need a manual, most are here

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Hi. turn key to OPX/Z mode. Press the receipt button. Turn key back to REG mode. Now when you want to issue a receipt, press the receipt button at the end of sale

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Visit your local Costco store in person, please.

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I'm guessing it's a Casio. The L sign indicates low batteries. Fit new batteries and try it.

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Hi. The old Uniwell registers are rare and Uniwell don't give out information for them. I don't have reset info since I dropped Uniwell years ago but there is a site with almost every model. Try these:

hope that helps

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It needs a RAM clear. See my other answer to your second question for some links

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Yes, Marie, you can register.
First, decide where you wish to register, and with whom.
Next, you will need to go to that place with the information you wish to give them, and provide that when asked.
Understand, you can call, visit, write, or e-mail them, whichever is appropriate.
God bless your efforts.

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All flashing usually indicates loss of memory. Was the battery replaced within 5 years? Also, this will happen if battery is not charged by plugging in at least once per month

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You would have to use the journal (if it isn't too long ago). Look up electronic journal print (A.K.A EJ) in your manual and make sure you have a fresh paper roll in the machine when you print it. It holds the last few thousand transactions and reports.
If you need the manual, ctech has it

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Make sure you have the paper in the correct way around

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