I atarted using it on a daily baisis and then one night left it in my pocket when i fell a sleep and when i woke up the next day i couldn't turn it on when i tryed it said that it is locked. So i got out the mannel and tryed to get it to unlock but what it said to do wasn't working and know i don't no what to do and i couldn't find the recpet to take it back to wear i got it from so i need to know how to get it back up and working and what it is that i did wrong so if you could help me that would be totally awesome thanks.
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The X Key gives you a breakdown at any time of day and can be done as many times a day or a period that you like. All the totals remain. I did this in my bar when the day shift left and the night shift started. I replaced the cash drawer with a new float.
When you do the Z Reading, it gives you one last report and then zeros all the daily totals, and advances the Z read totals by one, and also leaves a cumulative Cash total to prevent *****.
I can't believe we still have a book for this one - the ER2385 began production in 1987! Most business owners take their totals daily. You probably have, too, by turning the key to Z1 and touching . CA/AT (I hope you can the decimal point in front of the CA/AT. It's essential.) To take monthly totals, do exactly the same thing, but in the X2/Z2 position. Note that these totals are monthly only because you print them monthly. If you do it every Saturday night, you'll get weekly totals. The register prints totals that have accumulated since the last time you took a Z2 reading. It's up to you to make them monthly by taking them monthly. So, on January 31 take your usual nightly total, then the Z2 total. Taking the daily one first ensures that today is included in the month. Skipping the decimal point before the CA/AT will give you an X2 total. The same numbers will be printed, but they won't be cleared back to zero. That's fine if you want to see your totals so far, without messing them up, but if you forget it at the end of January, then February's totals will include both months. The same rule applies to daily totals. Use the decimal point if you want the numbers cleared. While the CA/AT key gives the familiar department totals, other readings are available. PLU gives your PLU totals, if you use them. (X1 and Z1 only) #/TM gives totals for each hour of the day (X1 and Z1 only) SBTL gives a total for each day of the month (X2/Z2 only)
I would recommend that you try it on another computer to see if you are able to reproduce the results. If that is the case you should look at any new drivers, software or updates that have been installed. If the issue continues with another PC, it sounds as though the monitor's power supply is possibly failing. in that case I would suggest you simply replace the whole monitor. Unless you are not shy with a soldering iron. ;) good luck!