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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
TE - 100
USER'S MANUAL
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U.K.

Summary of Contents

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    ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER TE - 100 USER'S MANUAL U.K.

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    Should you drop the register and damage it, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of shorting, fire and electric shock. • Attempting to repair the register yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service representative. Warning!

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    • Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or maintenance. Do not place the register on an unstable or uneven surface. Doing so can cause the register —...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Set the time..12 Select printouts receipt or journal..12 Tax table programming ... 13 Introducing TE-100 ... 17 General guide ... 17 Roll paper, Receipt On/Off key, Mode key, Drawer, Drawer lock ... 17 Mode switch, Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray ... 18 Displays ...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Cash, Charge, Check key ... 67 Received on account, Paidout key, Minus key ... 68 #/No sale key ... 68 Calculator functions ... 69 About the daylight saving time ... 70 Printing read/reset reports ... 71 Reading the cash register's program... 77 Troubleshooting ...

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    Operation of a CASIO cash register is simple enough to be mastered without special training. Everything you need to know is included in this manual, so keep it on hand for reference. Consult your CASIO dealer if you have any questions about points not specifically covered in this manual.

  • Page 7: Remove The Cash Register From Its Box

    Getting Started This section outlines how to unpack the cash register and get it ready to operate. You should read this part of the manual even if you have used a cash register before. The following is the basic set up procedure, along with page references where you should look for more details.

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    Getting Started Install the three memory backup batteries. (continued…) 4. Replace the battery compartment cover. Important! These batteries protect information stored in your cash register's memory when there is a power failure or when you unplug the cash register. Be sure to install these batteries. Precaution! Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the cash register.

  • Page 9: Install Receipt/journal Paper

    Install receipt/journal paper. Important! Take away the head protection sheet from the printer and close the platen arm. Caution! (in handling the thermal paper) • Never touch the printer head and the platen. • Unpack the thermal paper just before your use. •...

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    Getting Started To install journal paper Step 1 Remove the printer cover. Step 2 Open the platen arm. Step 3 Ensuring the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll, lower the roll into the space behind the printer. Step 4 Put the leading end of the paper over the printer.

  • Page 11: Plug The Cash Register Into A Wall Outlet

    Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch. C-A02 Turn the mode key to the “REG” position. The display should change to the following. Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. Be sure to check the sticker (rating plate) on the side of the cash register to make sure that its voltage matches that of the power supply in your area.

  • Page 12: Set The Date, Set The Time, Select Printouts Receipt Or Journal

    Getting Started Set the date. Mode Switch Set the time. Mode Switch Select printouts receipt or journal. Mode Switch Note ! If you need journal and are sometimes required receipts by customers, select “issue receipt”. After business hours, issue the electronic journal report. :: :: :: 61s 6 Year...

  • Page 13: Tax Table Programming

    Tax table programming This cash register is capable of automatically calculating up to four different sales taxes. The sales tax calculations are based on rates, so you must tell the cash register the rates, the type of tax (add-in or add- on), and the type of rounding to apply.

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    Getting Started Tax table programming (continued…) Programming tax calculations (with special rounding) Prepare the following subjects: 1. Tax rates 2. Rounding method for tax calculation (Round up/Round off/Cut off) 3. Tax calculation system (No/Add-on/Add-in) 4. Rounding system (Special rounding 1/Special rounding 2/Special rounding 3/Danish rounding /Australian rounding) :only effective for Tax Table 1 Programming procedure Assign tax table 1.

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    About special rounding… Besides cut off, round off and round up, you can also specify “special rounding” for subtotals and totals or changes. Special rounding converts the right-most digit(s) of an amount to “0” or “5” to comply with the requirements of certain areas. 1 Special Rounding 1 Last (right-most) digit 0 ~ 2...

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    Getting Started For Australia only You can set some programmable options to suit the Australian GST by the following procedure. Mode Switch 6 01012001s 6 6 a After completion of this procedure, the “GST system was changed” message was printed on receipt and;...

  • Page 17: General Guide, Introducing Te-100

    Introducing TE-100 General guide This part of the manual introduces you to the cash register and provides a general explanation of its various parts. display drawer keyboard pop-up display printer cover take-up reel main operator customer Take-up reel Roll paper...

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    Introducing TE-100 Mode switch Use the mode keys to change the position of the mode switch and select the mode you want to use. Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray Lock (Red) When the cash drawer does not open! In case of power failure or the machine is in malfunction, the cash drawer does not open automatically.

  • Page 19: Displays

    Displays Main Display (alphanumeric + numeric display) Item registration (by department/PLU) AMOUNT RECEIPT Repeat registration AMOUNT "50 RECEIPT Totalize operation AMOUNT 1"34 RECEIPT 1 Amount/Quantity This part of the display shows monetary amounts. It also can be used to show the current time. (The current date is shown in the alphanumeric display.) 2 Item/Key descriptor...

  • Page 20: Keyboard

    Introducing TE-100 Keyboard OPEN FEED CLK# PRICE — DATE TIME POST ERR.CORR RECEIPT CANCEL EXCHG C/AC • Register Mode 1 Paper feed key Hold this key down to feed paper from the printer. 2 Non-add/No sale key Non-add key: To print reference number (to identify a personal check, credit card, etc.) during a transaction, use...

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    Use this key to display and print the current subtotal (includes add-on tax) amount. L Cash amount tendered key Use this key to register a cash sale. • Calculator Mode 2 Drawer open key 4 Percent key B Clear/All clear key C Ten key pad &...

  • Page 22: How To Read The Printouts, Basic Operations And Setups

    Basic Operations and Setups How to read the printouts • The journal and receipts are records of all transactions and operations. • The contents printed on receipts and journal are identical, except the date printing line. (The date line is printed on receipts and reports.) •...

  • Page 23: How To Use Your Cash Register

    How to use your cash register The following describes the general procedure you should use in order to get the most out of your cash register. BEFORE business hours… DURING business hours… • Register transactions. • Periodically read totals. AFTER business hours… •...

  • Page 24: Displaying The Time And Date

    Basic Operations and Setups Displaying the time and date You can show the time and date on the display of the cash register whenever there is no registration being made. To display and clear the time and date Preparing coins for change You can use the following procedure to open the drawer without registering an item.

  • Page 25: Preparing And Using Department Keys, Registering Department Keys

    Preparing and using department keys Registering department keys The following examples show how you can use the department keys in various types of registrations. Single item sale Unit price $1.00 Item Quantity Dept. Payment Cash $1.00 Repeat Unit price $1.50 Item Quantity Dept.

  • Page 26: Programming Department Keys

    Basic Operations and Setups Programming department keys To program a unit price for each department Mode Switch To program the tax calculation status for each department Tax calculation status This specification defines which tax table should be used for automatic tax calculation. See page 13 for information on setting up the tax tables.

  • Page 27: Registering Department Keys By Programming Data

    Registering department keys by programming data Preset price Unit price ($1.00) Item Quantity Dept. Payment Cash $1.00 ( ): Preset value Preset tax status (Add-on tax) Unit price ($2.00) Quantity Item 1 Dept. Taxable Unit price ($2.00) Quantity Item 2 Dept.

  • Page 28: Preparing And Using Plus, Programming Plus

    Basic Operations and Setups Preparing and using PLUs This section describes how to prepare and use PLUs. CAUTION: Before you use PLUs, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registration. Programming PLUs To program a unit price for each PLU Mode Switch To program tax calculation status for each PLU Mode Switch...

  • Page 29: Registering Plus

    Registering PLUs The following examples show how you can use PLUs in various types of registrations. Registering by subdepartment, see the “Convenient Operations and Setups” on page 60. PLU single item sale Unit price ($2.50) Item Quantity Payment Cash $3.00 ( ): Preset value PLU repeat Unit price...

  • Page 30: Preparing And Using Discounts, Programming Discounts

    Basic Operations and Setups Preparing and using discounts This section describes how to prepare and register discount. Programming discounts You can use the p key to register discounts (percentage decreases). The more detailed informations about the discount (and premium) are described in the “Registering discounts and premiums” section in the “Convenient Operations and setups”...

  • Page 31: Registering Discounts

    Registering discounts The following example shows how you can use the p key in various types of registration. Discount for items and subtotals Unit price $5.00 Item 1 Quantity Dept. Unit price ($10.00) Item 2 Quantity Discount Rate (5%) Subtotal Rate 3.5% Discount...

  • Page 32: Preparing And Using Reductions, Programming For Reductions

    Basic Operations and Setups Preparing and using reductions This section describes how to prepare and register reductions. Programming for reductions You can use the m key to reduce single item or subtotal amounts. The following procedure lets you program the tax calculation method for the m key. To program tax calculation status Mode Switch Taxable status of the...

  • Page 33: Registering Reductions

    Registering reductions The following examples show how you can use the m key in various types of registration. Reduction for items Unit price $5.00 Item 1 Quantity Dept. Reduction Amount $0.25 Unit price ($6.00) Item 2 Quantity Reduction Amount ($0.50) Payment Cash $11.00...

  • Page 34: Registering Charge And Check Payments

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering charge and check payments The following examples show how to register charges and payments by check. Check Unit price $10.00 Item Quantity Dept. Payment Check $10.00 Charge Unit price $15.00 Item Quantity Dept. Reference Number 0123 Payment Charge...

  • Page 35: Registering Returned Goods In The Reg Mode

    Registering returned goods in the REG mode The following example shows how to use the R key in the REG mode to register goods returned by customers. Unit price $2.35 Item 1 Quantity Dept. Unit price $2.00 Item 2 Quantity Dept.

  • Page 36: Registering Returned Goods In The Rf Mode

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering returned goods in the RF mode The following examples show how to use the RF mode to register goods returned by customers. Normal refund transaction Unit price $1.50 Item 1 Quantity Returned Dept. Unit price ($1.20) Item 2 Quantity...

  • Page 37: Registering Money Received On Account, Registering Money Paid Out

    Registering money received on account The following example shows how to register money received on account. This registration must be performed out of a sale. Received amount $700.00 Registering money paid out The following example shows how to register money paid out from the register.

  • Page 38: Making Corrections In A Registration

    Basic Operations and Setups Making corrections in a registration There are three techniques you can use to make corrections in a registration. • To correct an item that you input but not yet registered. • To correct the last item you input and registered. •...

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    To correct the last item you input and registered OPERATION 1-& 10-: R2-' R220' 20-a 15-a — — Clearance — — — Correction of PLU No. — — — Correction of sub- department unit price — — — Correction of quantity —...

  • Page 40: No Sale Registration

    Basic Operations and Setups To cancel all items in a transaction Important! • Note that the number of items included in the transaction to be cancelled is limited (24 ~ 40 items), depending on the complexity of the transaction. If you try to cancel a transaction that exceeds the limit, an error occurs.

  • Page 41: Printing The Daily Sales Reset Report

    Printing the daily sales reset report This report shows daily sales totals. OPERATION Mode Switch Zero totalled departments (the amount and item numbers are both zero) are not printed. Taxable amount and tax amount are printed only if the corresponding tax table is programmed. These items can be skipped by programming.

  • Page 42: Clerk Control Function, Clerk Sign On And Sign Off, Convenient Operations And Setups

    Convenient Operations and Setups This section describes more sophisticated setups and operations that you can use to suit the needs of your retail environment. Clerk control function Clerk name printing on receipt/journal, and sales amounts summing by clerk. Clerk sign on and sign off Any time you begin any registration, clerk sign on operation is necessary.

  • Page 43: Post-finalization Receipt Format, General Printing Control Compulsory, Machine Features, About Post-finalization Receipt

    Post-finalization receipt format, General printing control, Compulsory, Machine features About post-finalization receipt The post-finalization receipt lets you issue a receipt after finalization of the transaction. Note that all of the following conditions must be satisfied. • The option “print receipts” is selected. •...

  • Page 44: Programming General Printing Control

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming general printing control Suppress printing of the subtotal line during tender operation. Print the total line even if no tender operation is made. Print tax total. (only for Australia) Print the current time. Skip the date on journal. Skip the consecutive number.

  • Page 45: Programming Compulsory And Clerk Control Function

    Programming compulsory and clerk control function Force operation before finalization. Force a money declaration before allowing a daily read/reset and financial read operation. Always “00” Multiplication procedure; 1 Quantity amount, 2 Amount quantity Clear the key buffer when a receipt is issued. Perform auto sign-off when a receipt/report is issued.

  • Page 46: Programming Read/reset Report Printing Control, Setting A Store/machine Number

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming read/reset report printing control Recording method of electronic journal memory: 1 Superscribe old data, 2 Append to old data Print the first and the last consecutive number of the day (consecutive No. range) on the daily sales reset report. Skip zero total lines on department and transaction read/reset report.

  • Page 47: Programming To Clerk, Programming Clerk Number, Programming Trainee Status Of Clerk

    Programming to clerk You can program up to 4-digit assigning number (clerk number) and trainee status of clerk (i.e. training cashier) for each clerk. Important! This program is required only when the o key is assigned as “CLK#” by the key program on page 45.

  • Page 48: Programming Descriptors And Messages

    Rounding Cancellation total Refund mode total not used not used Calculator mode count Non-link department total • Messages (Logo, commercial and bottom message) • Function key descriptor • Department key descriptor : : : : 62s 6...

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    Grand total, special character Memory Program code Grand total Amount/@/No./Quantity (2 each) Amount/@/No./Quantity (Australian GST) (2 each) Item count/Customer (2 each) Multiplication/Split pricing (2 each) Taxable status 1 ~ 4 (2 each) Taxable status 1 (Australian GST) (2 each) All taxable status Foreign currency symbol (2 each) REG mode/Refund mode (4 each) not used (4)/Program mode (3)

  • Page 50: Receipt Message, Programming Department Key Descriptor

    Convenient Operations and Setups Receipt message Refer to “Programming receipt message/logo stamp control function” on page 52. Memory Program code 1st line of logo message 2nd line of logo message 3rd line of logo message 4th line of logo message 5th line of logo message 6th line of logo message 1st line of commercial message...

  • Page 51: Programming Plu Descriptor

    Programming PLU descriptor 62s 6 Mode Switch PLU No. Contents PLU001 PLU002 PLU003 PLU004 PLU005 PLU006 PLU007 PLU008 PLU009 PLU010 PLU011 PLU012 PLU013 PLU014 PLU015 PLU016 PLU017 PLU018 PLU019 PLU020 PLU021 PLU022 PLU023 PLU024 PLU025 PLU026 PLU027 PLU028 PLU029 PLU030 PLU031 PLU032 PLU033...

  • Page 52: Programming Function Key Descriptor, Programming Receipt Message/logo Stamp Control Function

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming function key descriptor Mode Switch Cash/amount tendered Charge Check Received on account Paid out Minus Discount Refund Error correct/Cancel Non-add/No sale Post receipt/Currency exchange Price Open/Clerk No. Subtotal Receipt on/off Multiplication/Date time Programming receipt message/logo stamp control function 1 Print graphic logo (electronic logo stamp), 2 Logo message Print commercial message.

  • Page 53: Entering Characters, Using Character Keyboard

    Entering characters In this section, the method to enter descriptors or messages (characters) to the cash register during programming is described. Characters are specified by character keyboard or by codes. In the first half of this section, the usage of character keyboard is described.

  • Page 54: Entering Characters By Code

    Convenient Operations and Setups Entering characters by code Every time you enter a character, choose character codes by the character code list (below) and press the settle it. Example: Input “ enter “ 255^65^ 112^ 112^ 108^ 101^ 32^ 74^ 117^ 105^ 99^ 101^ Character code list Chara Code...

  • Page 55: Department Key Feature Programming, Batch Feature Programming

    Department key feature programming There are two different methods you can use to assign features to department keys. With “Batch feature programming”, you can use a single operation to assign multiple features. “Individual feature programming”, on the other hand, let you assign features one-by-one. This method is recommended for programming of special features to individual department keys.

  • Page 56: Individual Feature Programming

    Convenient Operations and Setups Individual feature programming With this procedure, you can assign individual features to specific departments. Please select the command code of the contents you want to program, and follow the procedure below. Mode Switch Command code Negative department 0166 Hash department 1866...

  • Page 57: Plu Feature Programming, Batch Feature Programming

    PLU feature programming There are two different methods you can use to assign features to PLUs. With “Batch feature programming”, you can use a single operation to assign multiple features. “Individual feature programming”, on the other hand, let you assign features one-by-one. This method is recommended for programming of special features to individual PLUs.

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    Convenient Operations and Setups Individual feature programming With this procedure, you can assign individual features to specific PLUs. Please select the command code of the contents you want to program, and follow the procedure below. Mode Switch Command code Negative PLU 0166 Hash PLU Single item sale...

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    Registering example Locking out and releasing high digit limitation key should be assigned as “OPEN”. Unit price $10.50 Quantity Item Dept. Max. digit Payment Cash $11.00 ( ): Preset value Single item sales items You can issue a receipt by simply touching the single item sales department or PLU. The following examples show how you register single-item-sale departments.

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    Convenient Operations and Setups Multiple item sale Unit price $2.00 Quantity Item 1 Dept. Sales status (Normal) Unit price $5.00 Quantity Item 2 Dept. Sales status (Single item) Payment Cash $7.00 ( ): Preset value Note: The single item sales department or PLU should be registered at the top of the transaction, otherwise the transaction is not finalized.

  • Page 61: Printing Vat Breakdowns

    Multiplication Unit price $6.00 Item Quantity 1.25 Subdept. Payment Cash $10.00 Printing VAT breakdowns The following example shows how to get VAT breakdown. Anytime you press the v key in a transaction, VAT breakdown is automatically printed out at the end of the transaction. Unit price $10.00 Quantity...

  • Page 62: Percent Key Feature Programming

    Convenient Operations and Setups Percent key feature programming In this section, detail information of Programming to the percent key To program a percent rate, please refer to the page 30. Mode Switch Fraction control, round off = 0, cut off = 1, round up = 2 Key attribution Prohibit manual entry to override programmed percentage.

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    Registering discounts and premiums Discount for Items and subtotals Refer to “Registering discounts” in “Basic Operations and Setups” on page 31. Premium for Items and subtotals First of all, change key attribution to “premium” and change the key descriptor also. Unit price ($10.00) Item 1 Quantity...

  • Page 64: Currency Exchange Programming, Currency Exchange Rate Programming, Currency Exchange Feature Programming

    Convenient Operations and Setups Currency exchange programming When the key is pressed, a current subtotal including tax is converted directly into foreign currency and the result is displayed, and the subsequent finalization is handled using the foreign currency. The currency exchange function is released by finalizing a transaction, partial tender operation, receipt issuance, or by pressing the key.

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    Registering foreign currency 1) Full amount tender in foreign currency * Preprogrammed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0090 Important! Tenders in a foreign currency can be registered using the a and k keys only. Other finalize keys cannot be used. OPERATION 10-&...

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    Convenient Operations and Setups 2) Partial tender in a foreign currency * Preprogrammed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0090 Important! Partial tender in a foreign currency can be registered using the a key and k keys only. Other finalization keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender can be finalized using any finalize key.

  • Page 67: Other Function Key Feature Programming, Cash, Charge, Check Key

    Other function key feature programming You can define a selection of features for the function keys by specifying an 8-digit program code for each key. 63s 6 Mode Switch Cash, Charge, Check key Restrict (to 0, 5) on the last digit for amount tendered (except (only for Australia) Always “0”...

  • Page 68: No Sale Key

    Convenient Operations and Setups Received on account, Paidout key Always “00” High amount limit specification for change amount due. (refer to on the previous page.) Always “0000” Minus key Always “00” Allow credit balance. High digit limit specification Taxable status 1 Taxable status 2 Taxable status 3 Taxable status 4...

  • Page 69: Calculator Functions

    Calculator functions While registering at the REG mode, you can switch to CAL mode and then return to REG mode to resume the registration. Example 1 (Calculation examples) Clear 5+3-2= (23-56) 78= 12 % on 1500 Example 2 (Memory recall) Unit price $10.00...

  • Page 70: About The Daylight Saving Time

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming calculator mode control Open drawer when Open drawer when Print calculator total on the daily report. Always “0000” Mode Switch About the daylight saving time It is possible to set the internal clock forward/backward by 1 ~ 9 hour(s) for the daylight saving time.

  • Page 71: Printing Read/reset Reports

    Printing read/reset reports • Read report You can print read reports at any time during the business day without affecting the data stored in the cash register's memory. • Reset report You should print reset reports at the end of the business day. Important! •...

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    Convenient Operations and Setups To print the financial read report This report shows gross sales, net sales, cash in drawer and check in drawer. OPERATION X mode Mode Switch Money declaration (Cash in drawer amount Money declaration: Count how much cash is in the drawer and input this amount (up to 8-digits). The cash register will automatically compare the input with the cash in drawer in the memory and print the difference between these two amounts.

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    To print the PLU/subdepartment read/reset report This report shows sales for PLUs/subdepartments. OPERATION X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch To print the hourly sales read/reset report This report shows hourly breakdowns of sales. OPERATION X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch REPORT...

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    Convenient Operations and Setups To print the monthly sales read/reset report This report shows monthly breakdowns of sales. OPERATION X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch To print the electronic journal memory read/reset report Even if the printer is used for issuing receipts, you can get transaction logs by this report. OPERATION Read: X mode...

  • Page 75

    To print the daily sales read/reset report This report shows sales except for PLUs. OPERATION X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch Money declaration (Cash in drawer amount — Reset mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. — Report code/report title/reset symbol/ reset counter —...

  • Page 76

    Convenient Operations and Setups To print the periodic-1/-2 sales read/reset reports These reports show sales breakdowns of sales by any two kinds of period you want. OPERATION X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch (Periodic-1 Read) (Periodic-2 Read) (Periodic-1 Reset) (Periodic-2 Reset) Zero totalled departments (the amount and item numbers are both zero) are not printed.

  • Page 77: Reading The Cash Register's Program

    Reading the cash register's program To print unit price/rate program (except PLU) OPERATION PGM mode Mode Switch To print the PLU program OPERATION PGM mode Mode Switch PLU without being programmed are not printed on this report. Departments without being programmed are not printed on this report. REPORT —...

  • Page 78

    Convenient Operations and Setups To print key descriptor, name, message program (except PLU) OPERATION PGM mode Mode Switch REPORT — Mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. — Program read symbol — Gross character — Net character — Cash in drawer character — Charge in drawer character —...

  • Page 79

    To print the print control, compulsory clerk program (except PLU) OPERATION PGM mode Mode Switch Departments without being programmed are not printed on this report. REPORT — Mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. — Program read symbol — General control — Tax table 1 —...

  • Page 80: When An Error Occurs, Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section describes what to do when you have problems with operation. When an error occurs Errors are indicated by an error tone. When this happens, you can usually find out what the problem is as shown below. Does the display show an error code? Error code (Message) Mode switch position changed before...

  • Page 81: When The Register Does Not Operate At All

    Perform the following check whenever the cash register enters an error condition as soon as you switch it on. The results of this check are required by service personnel, so be sure to perform this check before you contact a CASIO representative for servicing. Start...

  • Page 82: When The L Sign Appears On The Display, In Case Of Power Failure

    Troubleshooting In case of power failure If the power supply to the cash register is cut by a power failure or any other reason, simply wait for power to be restored. The details of any ongoing transaction as well as all sales data in memory are protected by the memory backup batteries.

  • Page 83: To Replace Journal Paper, User Maintenance And Options

    User Maintenance and Options To replace journal paper Step 1 Set the mode switch to the REG position and remove the printer cover. Step 2 Press cm of paper. Step 3 Cut the journal paper at the point where nothing is printed.

  • Page 84: To Replace Receipt Paper, Options

    (This opration takes about 10 seconds.) Options WT-82 wetproof cover The optional wetproof cover protects the keyboard from moisture damage. Consult your CASIO dealer for details. Step 1 Set the mode switch to the REG position and remove the printer cover.

  • Page 85: Specifications

    269mm (H) 291mm (H) The CE marking below applies to the EU region. Declarer of conformity is as follows: Casio Electronics Co., Ltd. Unit 6, 1000 North Circular Road London NW2 7JD, U.K. * Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 86: Index

    Australian rounding 15 auto sign-off 45 backspace/character code fixed key 53 bottom message 22 CAL mode 18 calculator mode 18, 21, 69 cancel 20, 40 CAPS key 53 cash amount tendered key 21 change preparation 24 character code list 54...

  • Page 87

    Index open 20, 59 operator display 17, 19 operator key 17 paid out 37 paper feed key 20 paper installation 9 paper loading 9 paper replacement 83, 84 percent 20, 30, 62 periodic report 76 PGM mode 18 PLU 20, 28, 29, 51, 57, 71, 73, 77 pop-up display 17, 19 post receipt 20, 43 power failure 82...

  • Page 88

    MO0202-B Printed in Indonesia CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. TE-100*E 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan Printed on recycled paper.

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