Casio CE-2400O Operator's Instruction Manual

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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
CE-2400
OPERATOR'S INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CI

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  • Page 1 ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER CE-2400 OPERATOR'S INSTRUCTION MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Welcome To The Casio Ce-2400

    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. CASIO AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER...
  • Page 3 Never try to open the cash register or attempt your own repairs. Take the cash register to your autho- rized CASIO dealer for repairs. Be sure to check the sticker on the side of the cash register to make sure that its voltage matches that of the power supply in your area.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Introduction Welcome to the CASIO CE-2400 ... 2 Getting Started Getting Started ... 6 Introducing CE-2400 General guide ... 9 Batteries and Roll Paper Installing memory backup batteries ... 14 Installing roll paper ... 16 Basic Setups and Operations Setting a machine number ...
  • Page 5 Registering manual tax ... 61 Programming tax printing and other features ... 62 Programming currency exchange ... 63 Calculator functions ... 66 Programming calculator features ... 67 Reports Printing the cash register's program ... 68 Printing READ reports ... 68 Printing RESET reports ...
  • Page 6: Getting Started

    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.
  • Page 7 Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. Be sure to check the sticker on the side of the cash register to make sure that its voltage matches that of the power supply in your area. The printer will operate for a few seconds. Insert the mode key marked "OW"...
  • Page 8 Getting Started Install receipt and journal paper (page 16, 17). Important! Never operate the cash register without paper. Doing so can damage the printer. Set today's date and the current time (page 19). Set the tax calculation programs (page 21). Important! When you purchase this cash register, it is not programmed to perform any tax calculation.
  • Page 9: General Guide

    Introducing CE-2400 This part of the manual introduces you to the cash register and provides a general explanation of its various parts. General guide Take-up reel Printer Battery compartment Roll paper Stamp Printer ink roll Printer cover Battery compartment Holds memory backup batteries (page 14, 15). Roll paper You can use the roll paper to print receipts and a journal (page 16, 17).
  • Page 10: Mode Switch

    Introducing CE-2400 Mode key There are two types of mode keys: the owner key (marked “OW”) and the operator key (marked “OP”). Two of each type of key comes packed with the cash register. The owner key can be used to set the mode switch to any position, while the operator key can select the REG and OFF positions only.
  • Page 11: Displays

    Displays Main Display AMOUNT TOTAL CHANGE DEPT AMOUNT TOTAL CHANGE DEPT Pop-Up Display TOTAL CHANGE TOTAL CHANGE 1 Amount/Quantity This part of the display shows monetary amounts (total and change amount due). It also can be used to show the current date and time (page 20).
  • Page 12: Keyboard

    Introducing CE-2400 Keyboard C/AC RECEIPT JOURNAL FEED FEED RECEIPT/ EXCHG PRICE PLU/ – S.DEPT ERR.CORR CANCEL • Register Mode 1 Receipt Feed key Hold this key down to feed receipt from the printer. 2 Journal Feed key Hold this key down to feed journal from the printer. 3 Receipt/Currency Exchange key Receipt key: Press this key to produce a post-finalization receipt (page 57).
  • Page 13 (which does not include the add-on tax amount). L Cash Amount Tendered key Press this key to register a cash sale. M Calculator Mode key This key is used for changing REG N Department Shift key Press this key to shift the department key number from 1 through 20 to 21 through 40 as follows: ¡...
  • Page 14: Installing Memory Backup Batteries

    Batteries and Roll Paper This part of the manual tells you how to load the memory backup batteries and how to install the roll paper for printing of receipts or the journal. Installing memory backup batteries This cash register uses electronic memory, which means that your settings and sales data is safe as long as electrical power is supplied.
  • Page 15 Important! Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the cash register. Note the following precautions. Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–) ends of the batteries are facing as marked in the battery compartment when you load them into the unit.
  • Page 16: Installing Roll Paper

    Receipts also show details for each transaction for the customers' records. When a receipt is printed, tear it off and give it to the customer. Important! Be sure to use only roll paper recommended by CASIO. Other paper can damage the printer. To load paper for printing of journal Stamp...
  • Page 17: To Load Paper For Printing Of Receipts

    Press the F key until about 20 or 30 cm of paper is fed from the printer. Slide the leading end of the paper into the groove on the spindle of the take-up reel and wind it onto the reel two or three turns.
  • Page 18: Setting A Machine Number

    Basic Setups and Operations This section explains how to set up and use the cash register for basic operation. Your cash register should already be unpacked and plugged in, with its memory backup batteries (page 14) and roll paper (page 16, 17) loaded. The set ups and operations described here are generally enough to meet many retail needs.
  • Page 19: Setting The Time

    Setting the time The correct time is kept even when the cash register is switched off. A 24-hour clock is used, so a time like 7:00 PM becomes 19:00. To set the time A-A08 Mode Switch Setting the date The correct date is kept even when the cash register is switched off. The cash register automatically adjusts for leap years up to the year 2099.
  • Page 20: Displaying The Time And Date

    Basic Setups and Operations Displaying the time and date You can show the time or date on the display of the cash register whenever there is no registration being performed. To display and clear the time and date OPERATION 5 Time display appears. 5 Switches to the date display.
  • Page 21: Programming Automatic Tax Calculation

    Programming automatic tax calculation Important! After you program the tax calculations, you also have to individually specify which departments (page 28) and PLUs (page 34) are to be taxed. For this cash register to be able to automatically register state sales tax, you must program its tax tables with tax calculation data from the tax table for your state.
  • Page 22 Basic Setups and Operations TAX TABLES ALASKA HOMER 5.5% 6.5% 6.25% 6.75% 6.75 5002 1.5% 2.5% 3.5% 3.6% 3.85% COLORADO 6.45% 6.5% 6.6% 7.01% 7.1% 6.45 7.01 5002 5002 5002 5002 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA D.C. D.C. D.C. D.C. D.C. D.C. 5.75% 5.75 5002...
  • Page 23 IDAHO 4.5% 1.25% IOWA 2.5% 3.1% 3.25% 5002 KANSAS 6.5% 5.9% 6.15% 6.4% 9.5% 6.15 5002 5002 5002 5002 MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN Meals Tax 4.625% 4.225% 4.6% 4.625% 4.725% 4.75% 4.8% MISSOURI 6.725% 7.225% 6.475% 6.55% 6.725 7.225 5002 5002 ILLINOIS 6.25% 6.5%...
  • Page 24 Basic Setups and Operations NEW HAMPSHIRE Rooms & Meals Rooms & Meals 3.5% NEW MEXICO 6.187% 6.1875% 6.1875 5.25% 5.75% 5002 5.25 5.75 5002 5002 NORTH CAROLINA CHROKEE Reservations 4.5% OHIO CUYAHOGA 6.5% 7.75% 7.75 5002 PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND 4.5% 6.5% 5.5% 6.25%...
  • Page 25 4.125% 4.625% 5.125% 4.625 5.125 5002 5002 TEXAS 7.25% 7.5% 8.25% 7.75% 7.25 5002 5002 VERMONT ARLINGTON COUNTY VIRGINIA ROANOKE CITY NORFOLK CITY CITY OF RICHMOND VA BEACH Meal tax Food tax 8.5% 9.5% 5002 7.2% 7.3% 7.5% 7.55% WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN TEXAS DALLAS...
  • Page 26: How To Use Your Cash Register

    Basic Setups and Operations 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... AFTER business hours... • Check to make sure that the cash register is plugged in securely.
  • Page 27: How To Read The Receipts And The Journal

    How to read the receipts and the journal... • The journal and receipts are records of all transactions and operations. • The contents printed on receipts and the journal are identical, except that the date is never printed on the journal except when you issue reports.
  • Page 28: Preparing And Using Department Keys

    Basic Setups and Operations Preparing and using department keys This section describes how to prepare and use department keys. Programming department keys Before you use department keys, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registrations. To program the maximum number of digits and tax calculations for each department A-A08 Mode Switch...
  • Page 29 To program a unit price for each department A-A08 ¡ d∞ Preset unit price (Up to 6 digits) Mode Switch Example: fi‚‚ $5.00 ⁄‚¤fi $10.25 1 After you press a department key, you can loop back and start programming for another department.
  • Page 30: Registering Department Keys

    Basic Setups and Operations Registering department keys The following examples show how you can use the depart- ment keys in various types of registrations. Single-item sale Example 1 DEPT 1 OPERATION ⁄—¡ Example 2 DEPT 21 $20.00 OPERATION 5 Press the ¤‚—¡...
  • Page 31 Repeat Example DEPT 4 $1.50 OPERATION ⁄fi‚¢ ¢ ¢ ⁄‚—c Multiplication Example DEPT 1 $1.00 OPERATION ⁄¤±fiX 5 Quantity (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal) ⁄—¡ ¤‚—c When you are performing a refund operation using 49), you can enter 3 digits and 2 decimal places. Preset price Example DEPT 2...
  • Page 32 Basic Setups and Operations Split sales of packaged items Example DEPT 3 4 for $10.00 OPERATION ‹X 5 Quantity being purchased (you can input 4 digits ›X 5 Quantity contained in the full package (you can ⁄‚—£ 5 Price of the package ⁄‚—c When you are performing a refund operation using the and 2 decimal places.
  • Page 33: Registering Plus

    Registering PLUs This section describes how to prepare and use PLUs. Programming PLUs Before you use PLUs, you should first tell the cash register how it should handle the registrations. To program a unit price for each PLU A-A08 Mode Switch 1 After you press the key, you can loop back and start programming for another PLU by inputting a new PLU number.
  • Page 34 Basic Setups and Operations To program PLU links to departments, tax calculations and PLU/sub-department specifications A-A08 Mode Switch Linked department This specification links the PLU to a department. ‚⁄ Department 1 ‚¤ Department 2 ‚‹ Department 3 ‚› Department 4 ‚fi...
  • Page 35: Registering Plus And Sub-Departments

    Registering PLUs and sub-departments The following examples show how you can use PLUs and sub-departments in various types of registrations. PLUs Example PLU 14 $2.50 Preset OPERATION ⁄›p Sub-departments Example SUB-DEPT 15 $6.00 OPERATION ⁄fip fl—Q 5 Press the sub-departments. PLU repeat Example PLU 2...
  • Page 36 Basic Setups and Operations Sub-department repeat Example (A) SUB-DEPT 15 $3.00 Preset (B) SUB-DEPT 15 OPERATION ⁄fip 5 Press the ⁄fip ¤—Q ¤‚—c PLU multiplication Example PLU 2 $1.20 Preset OPERATION ⁄fiX ¤p ¤‚—c • The quantity can be any value with an integer up to 4 digits, and a decimal up to 2 digits. •...
  • Page 37 Sub-department multiplication Example SUB-DEPT 15 $6.00 OPERATION ⁄±¤fiX 5 Quantity ⁄fip fl‚‚Q ⁄‚—c • The quantity can be any value with an integer up to 4 digits, and a decimal up to 2 digits. • If the result of the calculation is longer than 7 digits, an error occurs. Mixed registration (department, sub-department, PLU) Example DEPT 3...
  • Page 38 Basic Setups and Operations Split sales of packaged items 1) PLU Example PLU No. 28 5 for $20.00 OPERATION ‹X 5 Quantity being purchased (you can input 4 digits fiX 5 Quantity contained in the full package (you can ¤ °...
  • Page 39: Registering Premiums And Discounts

    Registering premiums and discounts This section describes how to prepare and register premiums and discounts. Programming premiums and discounts You can use the key to register either discounts (percentage decreases) or premiums (percentage increases). The following procedures let you select the operation you want for the P key. They also let you program the tax calculation method, the tax rounding method, and a preset rate.
  • Page 40: Registering Premiums And Discounts

    Basic Setups and Operations To program a rate to the P key A-A08 Mode Switch Registering premiums and discounts The following examples show how you can use the P key in various types of registrations. Discount for items and subtotals Example DEPT 1 $5.00 Tax Table 1...
  • Page 41 Premium for items and subtotals Example DEPT 4 $10.00 Preset Tax Table 2 PLU 32 $5.00 Preset Tax Table 2 OPERATION ¢ ‡P 5 Applies the input value as a premium rate (7%). ‹¤p 5 Note that you cannot use the operation.
  • Page 42: Registering Reductions

    Basic Setups and Operations Registering reductions Programming for reductions You can use the - key to reduce single items or subtotal amounts. The following procedure lets you program the tax calculation method for the - key. To program tax calculation for the - key A-A08 Mode Switch Tax Status...
  • Page 43: Registering Reductions

    Registering reductions The following examples show how you can use the - key in various types of registrations. Reduction of individual items Example: DEPT 1 $5.00 PLU 45 $6.00 Preset OPERATION fi—¡ ¤fi- 5 Reduces the last amount registered (500 to DEPT 1) by the value (25) input here.
  • Page 44: Calculating The Merchandise Subtotal

    Basic Setups and Operations Calculating the merchandise subtotal Use the operation shown below to calculate the merchan- dise subtotal, which includes the actual cost of the mer- chandise only without the add-on tax. Example DEPT 1 $1.00 DEPT 2 $2.00 DEPT 3 $3.00 OPERATION...
  • Page 45: Shifting The Taxable Status Of An Item

    Shifting the taxable status of an item Example DEPT 4 $4.00 DEPT 20 $5.00 DEPT 1 $6.00 DEPT 4 $7.00 OPERATION ›—¢ 5 This operation changes the tax status of the next entry (DEPT 20) to Taxable 1 (from Non-Taxable). ∞...
  • Page 46: Registering Charge And Check Payments

    Basic Setups and Operations Registering charge and check payments The following examples show how to register charges and payments by check. Check Example DEPT 1 $10.00 Tax Table 1 OPERATION ⁄‚—¡ Charge Example DEPT 4 $15.00 OPERATION ⁄fi—¢ ⁄¤‹›fin 5 Reference number 5 You cannot input the amount tendered for a Tax Calculation Tender...
  • Page 47 Mixed cash, check, charge Example DEPT 4 $55.00 OPERATION fifi—¢ ‹‚—k fi—c Tax Calculation Tender Tax Table 2 Charge $22.89 Check $30.00 Cash $5.00 RECEIPT 12•01•96 01 14:50 n0052 •55•0 0 ™ •55•0 0 t ™ •2•8 9 x ™ •57•8 9 •30•0 0 K •5•0 0 C...
  • Page 48: Registering Returned Goods In The Reg Mode

    Basic Setups and Operations Registering returned goods in the REG mode The following examples show how to use the R key in the REG mode to register goods returned by customers. Example DEPT 1 $2.35 DEPT 2 $2.00 PLU 2 $1.20 Preset OPERATION ¤‹fi¡...
  • Page 49: Registering Returned Goods In The Rf Mode

    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 Example Returned Goods DEPT 1 $1.50 PLU 2 $1.20 Preset OPERATION ⁄fi‚¡ ¡ flX 5 Quantity for multiplication.
  • Page 50: Registering Money Received On Account

    Basic Setups and Operations Registering money received on account The following example shows how to register money received on account. This registration must be performed alone, and cannot be performed as part of another registra- tion. Example Amount Received $700.00 OPERATION ‡——r 5 Amount can be up to 8 digits.
  • Page 51: Making Corrections In A Registration

    Making corrections in a registration There are three techniques you can use to make corrections in a registration. • Correcting an item that you have input but not yet registered. • Correcting the last item you have input and registered. •...
  • Page 52 Basic Setups and Operations Correcting an item you have input and registered EXAMPLE OPERATION General ⁄— ¤— PLU No. Sub-department ⁄fi fl— ⁄fi ⁄‚— Multiplication ›— ›— Discount fi‚ Refund ¤— Amount ¤¤‚ tendered ‹‚—c fl‚‹c ¡ ™ ™ 5 Wrong ™...
  • Page 53: No Sale Registration

    Cancelling all items in a transaction OPERATION ⁄—¡ ¤—™ Items to be cancelled ‹—£ ›—¢ 5 You must calculate the merchandise subtotal to cancel the transaction. Important! • Note that the number of items included in the transaction to be cancelled is limited (usually to about 9 ~ 17), depending on the complexity of the transaction.
  • Page 54: Clerk Control Function

    More Setups and Operations This section describes more sophisticated setups and operations that you can use to suit the needs of your retail environment. Clerk control function Post-finalization receipt issuance General printing control The procedure described here lets you: • Activate the clerk control function. •...
  • Page 55 3 Input the total of f + g + h. f. Do you want the current time included in receipt/journal printing? g. Do you want item lines included in journal printing? (Journal skip) h. Do you want the consecutive number included in receipt/journal printing in the REG and RF modes? 4 Input the total of i + j + k.
  • Page 56 More Setups and Operations Using the clerk control function You can use the clerk control function to keep track of the registrations performed by different clerks. Clerk Sign On OPERATION ⁄o : Clerk 1 ¤o : Clerk 2 ¤‚o : Clerk 20 Important! •...
  • Page 57 Issuing post-finalization receipts The post-finalization receipt lets you issue a receipt after finalization of the transaction, even when the receipt switch is set to OFF. Note that all of the following conditions must exist for you to be able to issue a post-finalization receipt. •...
  • Page 58: Single-Item-Sales For Departments And Plus

    More Setups and Operations Single-item-sales for departments and PLUs Programming single-item-sale status to departments and PLUs When a department or PLU number is preset with single-item-sale status, the cash register automatically finalizes the transaction as a cash sale whenever the single-item-sale department or PLU is registered as the first input of the transaction.
  • Page 59 To program a PLU with single-item-sale status A-A08 Mode Switch Linked department This specification links the PLU to a department. ‚⁄ Department 1 2 ‚¤ Department 2 2 ‚‹ Department 3 2 ‚› Department 4 2 ‚fi Department 5 2 ‹fl...
  • Page 60: Registering Single-Item-Sale Items

    More Setups and Operations Registering single-item-sale items The following examples show how you register single- item-sale departments. Registration of single-item-sale PLUs is identical. Example 1 Tax Calculation DEPT 4 $2.00 Tax Table 2 OPERATION ¤—¢ 5 Transaction is finalized. Example 2 Tax Calculation DEPT 4 $3.00 Preset...
  • Page 61: Registering Manually Entered Tax Amounts

    Registering manually entered tax amounts You can program the cash register to change the function of the key is used to register manually entered tax amounts. Important! If you program the cash register to perform registrations with manually entered tax amounts, the M key replaces the P key, so discount/premium registrations become impossible.
  • Page 62: Programming Tax Printing And Other Features

    More Setups and Operations Programming tax printing and other features The following procedure lets you program a number of general features and functions. A-A08 Mode Switch 1 Tax status for This specification defines where the result of Taxable Amount 1 Taxable Amount 2 Taxable Amount 1 and 2 Do not reflect...
  • Page 63: Programming Currency Exchange

    Programming currency exchange ® 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 the transaction, partial tender operation, receipt issuance, or by pressing the To program currency exchange rate for the ®...
  • Page 64 More Setups and Operations Registering foreign currency 1) Full amount tender in foreign currency Example: DEPT 1 $10.00 DEPT 2 $20.00 * Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0095 Important! Tenders in a foreign currency can be registered using the c and k keys only. Other finalize keys cannot be used.
  • Page 65 2) Partial tender in a foreign currency Example: DEPT 1 $10.00 DEPT 2 $20.00 * Pre-programmed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0095 Important! Partial tender in a foreign currency can be registered using the c key and k keys only. Other finalization keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender can be finalized using any finalize key.
  • Page 66: Calculator Functions

    More Setups and Operations Calculator functions While registering at the REG mode, you can use the calculator functions and resume the registration by pressing key. Example 1 (Calculation examples) OPERATION fi§‹¶¤c ¤‹¶fifl•‡ ›•‹¶flª‹±fi§ ⁄fi‚‚•⁄¤P Example 2 (Memory recall) DEPT 1 $10.00...
  • Page 67: Programming Calculator Features

    Programming calculator features The following procedure lets you program a number of calculator features and functions. A-A08 Mode Switch 1 Input the total of a + b + c. a. Do you want to open the cash drawer when the "Equal" ( b.
  • Page 68: Printing The Cash Register's Program

    Reports This section describes the operations required to produce the various helpful reports that are available. Printing the cash register's program To print all PLU programming A-A08 Mode Switch To print other (non-PLU) programming A-A08 Mode Switch Printing READ reports You can print READ reports at any time during the business day without affecting the data stored in the cash register's memory.
  • Page 69 To print the PLU/sub-department READ report This report shows sales for PLUs/sub-departments. A-A08 Mode Switch To print the hourly sales READ report This report shows hourly breakdowns of sales. A-A08 Mode Switch To print the periodic sales READ report This report shows breakdowns of sales by any period you want. A-A08 Mode Switch Report...
  • Page 70 Reports To print the monthly sales READ report This report shows daily breakdowns of sales for an entire month. A-A08 Mode Switch To print the financial READ report This report shows gross sales, net sales, cash in drawer and check in drawer. A-A08 Mode Switch 1 Note that if input of this amount is required by programming (page 62), this report will not be printed...
  • Page 71: Printing Reset Reports

    To print the individual PLU/sub-department READ report This report shows sales for specific PLUs. A-A08 Mode Switch 1 After you press the 2 After you press the department number. Printing RESET reports You should print RESET reports at the end of the business day. Important! •...
  • Page 72 Reports To print the daily sales RESET report This report shows sales, except for PLUs. A-A08 Mode Switch 1 You do not have to input the cash-in-drawer amount unless it is required by programming (page 62). To print the PLU/sub-department RESET report This report shows sales for PLUs/sub-departments.
  • Page 73 To print the periodic sales RESET report This report shows breakdowns of sales by any period you want. A-A08 Mode Switch To print the monthly sales RESET report This report shows daily breakdowns of sales for an entire month. A-A08 Mode Switch ⁄‚...
  • Page 74: Report Samples

    Reports Report samples The format of READ reports and similar to those of RESET reports, except that RESET reports contain the symbol "Z" and non-resettable number of resets at the top. All PLU programming report 12•01•96 01 19:15 1 n0085 004 0 •1•2 0 002 0...
  • Page 75 Daily sales READ/RESET report 12•01•96 –––– Date 01 19:38 –––– Machine No./Time 1 n0171 –––– Clerk No. Z 0001 –––– Non resettable No. of resets –––– Department No./No. of items •339•5 0 –––– Department amount •62•7 0 •139•2 3 •132•0 0 ––––...
  • Page 76 Reports PLU/sub-dept. READ/RESET report 12•01•96 ––––– Date 01 19:45 ––––– Machine No./Time 1 n0175 ––––– Clerk No. Z 0001 ––––– Non resettable No. of resets X = READ/Z = RESET ––––– PLU/sub-dept. No./No. of items •14•4 0 ––––– PLU/sub-dept. amount •27•3 0 •7•0 0 •15•0 0...
  • Page 77 Monthly sales READ/RESET report 12•01•96 ––––– Date 01 20:15 ––––– Machine No./Time 1 n0185 ––––– Clerk No. Z 0001 ––––– Non resettable No. of resets X = READ/Z = RESET 01 n 100 ––––– 1st day of month/No. of customers •1217•6 3 for 1st day of month 02 n...
  • Page 78: When An Error Occurs

    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 illustrated below. Check the display for an error code (E01, E08, E11, E27, E38) Error codes Error code...
  • Page 79: When The Register Does Not Operate At All

    Perform the following check whenever the cash registers enter 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.
  • Page 80: 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 on-going transaction as well as all sales data in memory are protected by the memory backup batteries.
  • Page 81: To Replenish Stamp Ink

    3. Fill one or two drops of ink into the hole on the back of the stamp. 4. Replace the stamp pad in its holder. 5. Replace the printer cover. Important! Use only CASIO SUPER INK K. Chemical reaction between different of types of ink can damage the stamp pad. Stamp pad holder Stamp pad To replace the ink roll 1.
  • Page 82: To Replace Journal Paper

    User Maintenance and Options To replace journal paper Press the F key to feed about 20 cm of paper. Cut the journal paper at a point where nothing is printed. Remove the journal take-up reel from its holder. Slide the printed journal from the take-up reel.
  • Page 83: To Replace Receipt Paper

    WT-58 wetproof cover The optional wetproof cover protects the keyboard from moisture damage. Department key conversion kit Consult with your CASIO dealer or call 1-800-YO-CASIO for full details. Set the mode switch to the REG position and remove the printer cover.
  • Page 84: Ce-2400 Specifications

    CE-2400 Specifications INPUT METHOD Entry: 10-key system; Buffer memory 14 keys (2-key roll over) Department: Full key system DISPLAY (LED) Amount 8 digits (Zero suppression); Department No.; PLU No; No. of repeats; TOTAL; CHANGE PRINTER Printer: 12 digits (Amount 10 digits/Symbol 2 digits) Receipt: Receipt ON/OFF switch Stamp is printed automatically...
  • Page 85: Index

    Index Arithmetic operation key ... 13, 66 Battery compartment ... 9, 14 Calculator features ... 66 Calculator mode key ... 13 Cancel (key) ... 12 Cancel (registration) ... 53 Cash/Amount tender key ... 13 Charge (key) ... 13 Charge (registration) ... 46 Check (key) ...
  • Page 86 Index Open key ... 13 Open key operation ... 30 Operator key ... 10 Owner key ... 10 Paid out (key) ... 13 Paid out (registration) ... 50 Paper feed key (Receipt/Journal) ... 12 Paper installation ... 16, 17, 82, 83 Percent (key) ...
  • Page 87 LIMITED WARRANTY: ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTERS This product, except the battery, is warranted by Casio to the original purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period, from the date of purchase, of one year for parts and 90 days for labor. For one year, upon proof of purchase, the product will be repaired or replaced (with the same or a similar model) at Casio's option, at a Casio Authorized Service Center without charge for parts.
  • Page 88 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. 6-1, Nishi-Shinjuku 2-chome SA9609-B Printed in Malaysia Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-02, Japan CE-2400 * INC...

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