Casio PCR T2000 - Deluxe 96 Department Cash Register User Manual

Casio PCR T2000 - Deluxe 96 Department Cash Register User Manual

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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER
PCR-T2000
USER'S MANUAL
CI
Canada

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  • Page 1 ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER PCR-T2000 USER'S MANUAL Canada...
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    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.
  • Page 3 Continued use of a damaged power cord can cause deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal wiring, and shorting, which creates the danger of electric shock and fire. • Contact CASIO service representative whenever the power cord or plug requires repair or maintenance. Caution! Do not place the register on an unstable or uneven surface.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Introduction & Contents Introduction & Contents ..................4 Getting Started ..................... 7 Remove the cash register from its box................7 Remove the tape holding parts of the cash register in place..........7 Install the three memory backup batteries................ 7 Install receipt/journal paper.
  • Page 5 Post-finalization receipt format, General printing control, Compulsory, Machine features .. 45 About post-finalization receipt ..................45 Programming general printing control ................46 Programming compulsory and clerk control function ............47 Programming read/reset report printing control .............. 48 Setting a store/machine number ..................48 Programming to clerk ......................
  • Page 6 Cash Register, which is designed to provide years of reliable operation. 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.
  • Page 7: 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 8 Getting Started Install the three memory backup batteries. (continued…) 3. Note the (+) and (–) markings in the battery compartment. Load a set of three new SUM- 3 (UM-3) batteries so that their positive (+) and negative (–) ends are facing as indicated by the markings.
  • Page 9: Install Receipt/Journal Paper

    Platen arm Install receipt/journal paper. Platen Printer 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. •...
  • Page 10: Install Journal Paper

    Getting Started To install journal paper Step 1 Remove the printer cover. Step 7 Step 2 Slide the leading end of Open the platen arm. the paper into the groove on the spindle of the take- up reel and wind it onto the reel two or three turns.
  • Page 11: Plug The Cash Register Into A Wall Outlet

    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. Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch. C-A32 C-A02 Turn the mode key to the “REG”...
  • Page 12: Set The Date

    Getting Started Set the date. :: :: :: Year Month Current date Example: June 15, 2002 2 Mode Switch Set the time. : : : : Current time Example: 08:20 AM 2 09:45 PM 2 Mode Switch...
  • Page 13: Tax Table Programming

    Tax table programming Programming automatic tax calculation Important! After you program the tax calculations, you also have to individually specify which departments (page 27) and PLUs (page 29) 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 14: Programming For Canadian Tax Tables Procedure

    Getting Started Tax table programming (continued) Programming for Canadian tax tables procedure State sales tax calculation data tables for all of the states that make up all Canadian provinces are included on this page. This data is current as of October 30, 1994. Simply find your province in the tax tables and input the data shown in its table.
  • Page 15: Tax Calculations

    NOVA ONTARIO QUEBEC ONTARIO BRITISH MANITOBA/ ONTARIO N.B. & QUEBEC SCOTIA FOUNDLAND COLUMBIA SASKATCHEWAN P.E.I CANADIAN TAX TABLES 5004 5004 5004 5004 5002 5002 9002 * Must be programmed into Tax table 2 ~ 4. Important! Be sure you use the federal sales tax data with your provincial sales tax data. Even if your province use the same tax rate as another province, inputting the wrong data will result incorrect tax calculations.
  • Page 16: Introducing Pcr-T2000

    Introducing PCR-T2000 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 Pop-up display (customer display) Roll paper Main display...
  • Page 17: Mode Switch

    Mode switch Use the mode keys to change the position of the mode switch and select the mode you want to use. Mode Switch Mode Name Description RESET Reads sales data in memory and clears the data. READ Reads sales data in memory without clearing the data. CALCULATOR Use this mode for calculator.
  • Page 18: Lock/Unlock The Multipurpose Tray

    Introducing PCR-T2000 Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray Unlock Lock (Red) (Green) 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. Even in these cases, you can open the cash drawer by pulling drawer release lever (see below).
  • Page 19: Displays

    Displays Main Display Pop-up (customer) display (alphanumeric + numeric display) (numeric display) Item registration (by department/PLU) alphanumeric display AMOUNT RECEIPT TOTAL CHANGE Repeat registration AMOUNT "50 "50 RECEIPT TOTAL CHANGE Totalize operation AMOUNT 1"34 1"34 RECEIPT TOTAL CHANGE 1 Amount/Quantity Note that only one digit is displayed for the number This part of the display shows monetary amounts.
  • Page 20: Keyboard

    Introducing PCR-T2000 Keyboard 54/78 60/84 66/90 72/96 DEPT HELP SHIFT 53/77 59/83 65/89 71/95 RECEIPT JOURNAL RECEIPT CLK# T/S1 T/S2 FEED FEED ON/OFF 52/76 58/82 64/88 70/94 PLU/ OPEN PRICE S.DEPT 51/75 57/81 63/87 69/93 — %– 50/74 56/80 62/86 68/92 X/FOR SUBTOTAL...
  • Page 21: Calculator Mode

    RECEIPT JOURNAL RECEIPT CLK# T/S1 T/S2 FEED FEED ON/OFF OPEN PRICE PLU/ S.DEPT — %– X/FOR SUBTOTAL DATE TIME CA AMT POST ERR.CORR • RECEIPT TEND CANCEL C/AC for Canada J Department shift key Q Check key Use this key to shift the department key number from 1 Use this key to register a check tender.
  • Page 22: 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… • Check to make sure that the cash register is plugged in securely. Page 11 •...
  • 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. Mode Switch To display and clear the time and date OPERATION DISPLAY Month Day Year...
  • Page 25: Preparing And Using 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. Mode Switch Single item sale Example 1 OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $1.00 — Mode/date/time — Consecutive No. Quantity Unit price Item...
  • Page 26 Basic Operations and Setups Repeat OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $1.50 Quantity Item Dept. Taxable (1/2) — Repeat — Repeat Payment Cash $10.00 Multiplication OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $1.00 Quantity 12.5 Quantity Item (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal) Dept. — Quantity/unit price Taxable (1/2) Payment Cash...
  • Page 27: Programming Department Keys

    Programming department keys To program a unit price for each department To other department : : : : : : Department Unit price Example: $1.00 2 $10.25 2 Mode Switch $1,234.56 2 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.
  • Page 28: Registering Department Keys By Programming Data

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering department keys by programming data Preset price Mode Switch OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price ($1.00) Quantity Item Dept. — Department descriptor/unit price Taxable (No) Payment Cash $1.00 ( ): Preset value Preset tax status (Add-on tax) OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price...
  • Page 29: Preparing And Using Plus

    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 To a new (not sequential) PLU Different unit price to the next PLU Same unit price...
  • Page 30: Registering Plus

    Basic Operations and Setups 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 62. Mode Switch PLU single item sale OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price ($2.50) Quantity...
  • Page 31: Preparing And Using Discounts/Premiums

    PLU split sales of packaged item OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price ($20.00) Quantity 3 / 5 Quantity Item (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal) Taxable Payment Cash $15.00 ( ): Preset value Preparing and using discounts/premiums This section describes how to prepare and register discount and premium. Programming discounts/premiums You can use the key to register discounts (percentage decreases) and the...
  • Page 32: Registering Discounts/Premiums

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering discounts/premiums The following example shows how you can use the key in various types of registration. Mode Switch Discount for items and subtotals OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $5.00 Quantity Item 1 Dept. Taxable Unit price ($10.00) Applies the preset discount rate to the last item registered.
  • Page 33: Preparing And Using Reductions

    Preparing and using reductions This section describes how to prepare and register reductions. Programming for reductions You can use the key to reduce single item or subtotal amounts. The following procedure lets you program the tax calculation method for the key.
  • Page 34: Registering Reductions

    Basic Operations and Setups Registering reductions The following examples show how you can use the key in various types of registration. Mode Switch Reduction for items OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $5.00 Quantity Item 1 Dept. Reduces the last amount Taxable registered by the value input.
  • Page 35: Calculating The Merchandise Subtotal

    Calculating the merchandise subtotal Use the operation shown below to calculate the mer- chandise subtotal, which includes the actual cost of the merchandise only without the add-on tax. Mode Switch Calculation merchandise subtotal OPERATION DISPLAY Unit price $1.00 Quantity Item 1 Dept.
  • Page 36: 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. Mode Switch Check OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $10.00 Quantity Item Dept. Taxable Payment Check $20.00 ( ): Preset value Charge OPERATION RECEIPT...
  • Page 37: Registering Returned Goods In The Reg Mode

    Registering returned goods in the REG mode The following example shows how to use the key in the REG mode to register goods returned by customers. Mode Switch OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $2.35 Quantity Item 1 Dept. Taxable Unit price $2.00 Quantity Item 2...
  • Page 38: 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. Mode Switch Normal refund transaction OPERATION RECEIPT RF mode symbol Unit price $1.50 Item 1 Quantity Returned...
  • Page 39: Registering Money Received On Account

    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. Mode Switch OPERATION RECEIPT Received amount $700.00 Amount can be up to 8 digits. Registering money paid out The following example shows how to register money paid out from the register.
  • Page 40: 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. •...
  • Page 41 To correct the last item you input and registered OPERATION RECEIPT — — Clearance — — — Correction of PLU No. — — — Correction of sub- department unit price — — — Correction of quantity — — — Correction of discount —...
  • Page 42: No Sale Registration

    Basic Operations and Setups To cancel all items in a transaction OPERATION RECEIPT Pressing key is necessary to cancel the 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.
  • Page 43: Printing The Daily Sales Reset Report

    Printing the daily sales reset report This report shows daily sales totals. OPERATION REPORT — Reset mode/date/time — Consecutive No. — Report code/report title/reset symbol/ reset counter — Department descriptor/No. of items — Department amount Mode Switch — Non-link department No. of items —...
  • Page 44: 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. To use clerk function, refer to page 47. REG /RF/ Clerk sign on and sign off CAL / X / Z...
  • Page 45: Post-Finalization Receipt Format, General Printing Control, Compulsory, Machine Features

    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 receipt issuance status must be OFF. •...
  • Page 46: Programming General Printing Control

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming general printing control No = 0 Suppress printing of the subtotal line during tender operation. Yes = 1 Yes = 0 Print the current time. No = 1 Yes = 0 Skip the date on journal. a+b+c = No = 2 No = 0...
  • Page 47: Programming Compulsory And Clerk Control Function

    Programming compulsory and clerk control function No = 0 Force operation before finalization. Yes = 2 a+b = Force a money declaration before allowing a daily read/reset No = 0 and financial read operation. Yes = 4 Always “000” No = 0 Clear the key buffer when a receipt is issued.
  • Page 48: Programming Read/Reset Report Printing Control

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming read/reset report printing control Print the first and the last consecutive number of the day No = 0 (consecutive No. range) on the daily sales reset report. Yes = 4 Yes = 0 Skip zero total lines on department and transaction read/reset report. No = 1 Yes = 0 Skip zero total lines on PLU read/reset report.
  • Page 49: Programming To 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. Programming clerk number To other clerk Clerk No. : : : : (Canada) Clerk number Mode Switch (U.
  • Page 50: Programming Descriptors And Messages

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming descriptors and messages The following descriptors and messages can be programmed; • Report descriptor (such as gross total, net total, cash in drawer…) • Grand total • Special character (such as mode symbol, taxable symbol…) •...
  • Page 51: Clerk Name, Grand Total, Special Character, Report Title

    Grand total, special character Memory Program Contents Initial character Yours code Grand total Amount/@/No./Quantity (2 each) Item count/Customer (2 each) Multiplication/Split pricing (2 each) Taxable status 1 ~ 4 (2 each) All taxable status Foreign currency symbol (2) REG mode/Refund mode (4 each) not used (4)/Program mode (3) n (n=1~6) X/Z mode (4 each)
  • Page 52: Receipt Message

    Convenient Operations and Setups Receipt message Refer to “Programming receipt message/logo stamp control function” on page 54. Memory Program Contents Initial character Yours 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 53: Programming Plu Descriptor

    Programming PLU descriptor To a new (not sequential) PLU To the next PLU PLU No. Characters (1 ~ 1600; U.S.) (1 ~ 800; Canada) Mode Switch See “Entering characters” section, on page 55. PLU No. Contents Initial character Yours PLU001 PLU002 PLU003 PLU004...
  • Page 54: Programming Function Key Descriptor

    Convenient Operations and Setups Programming function key descriptor To other function key Characters Function key See “Entering characters” section, Mode Switch on page 55. Contents Initial character Yours Cash/amount tendered Charge Check Received on account Paid out Minus Discount Premium Refund Error correct/Cancel Non-add/No sale...
  • Page 55: Entering Characters

    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 56: 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 to settle it. Example: Input “ ”, enter “ 255 ”. Character code list Chara Code Chara...
  • Page 57: Department Key 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 58: 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. To other department key Different program to the next department key Same program to the next department key...
  • Page 59: Plu 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.
  • Page 60: Individual Feature Programming

    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. To a new (not sequential) PLU Different program Command code to the next PLU...
  • Page 61 Registering example Mode Switch Locking out and releasing high digit limitation OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $10.50 Quantity ERROR ALARM (Exceeding max. digits) Item Dept. Taxable Max. digit Payment Cash $20.00 Cancels limitations ( ): Preset value for next entry Single item sales items You can issue a receipt by simply touching the single item sales department or PLU.
  • Page 62 Convenient Operations and Setups Examples of registering subdepartments Single item sale OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $6.00 Quantity PLU (subdepartment) code Item Subdept. Taxable Payment Cash $10.00 Unit price ( ): Preset value Repeat OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price ($3.00) Quantity Item 1 Subdept.
  • Page 63: Percent Key Feature Programming

    Split sales of packaged item OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price $30.00 Quantity 7 / 12 Quantity being purchased Item (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal) Subdept. — Quantity — Package quantity/ Taxable unit price Payment Cash $20.00 Quantity being purchased (4-digit integer/2-digit decimal) ( ): Preset value Package price Percent key feature programming In this section, detail information of...
  • Page 64: Registering Manual Tax

    Convenient Operations and Setups Registering manual tax You can program the cash register to change the function of the key to that of a (manual tax) key. The key is used to register manually entered tax amounts. Mode Switch Example OPERATION RECEIPT Unit price...
  • Page 65: Currency Exchange Programming

    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.
  • Page 66: Registering Foreign Currency

    Convenient Operations and Setups Registering foreign currency Mode Switch 1) Full amount tender in foreign currency * Preprogrammed exchange rate: ¥ 1 = $0.0090 Important! Tenders in a foreign currency can be registered using the keys only. Other finalize keys cannot be used. OPERATION DISPLAY RECEIPT...
  • Page 67 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 key and keys only. Other finalization keys cannot be used, but the remaining tender can be finalized using any finalize key.
  • Page 68: Other Function Key Feature Programming

    Convenient Operations and Setups 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. To other function key : : : : : : Function key Mode Switch Cash, Charge, Check key Maximum...
  • Page 69: Minus Key, Received On Account, Paidout Key, #/No Sale Key, No Sale Key

    Received on account, Paidout key Maximum value (0 ~ 9) High amount limit specification for change amount due. (refer to on the previous page.) Number of zeros (0 ~ 9) Always “0000” Minus key No = 0 Allow credit balance. Yes = 1 Significant High digit limit specification...
  • Page 70: Calculator Functions

    Convenient Operations and Setups Calculator functions While registering at the REG mode, you can switch to CAL mode and then return to REG mode to resume the registration. Mode Switch Example 1 (Calculation examples) OPERATION DISPLAY Clear 5+3-2= § (23-56) 78= -257¢...
  • Page 71: About The Daylight Saving Time

    Programming calculator mode control No = 0 Open drawer when (equal) is pressed in CAL mode. Yes = 1 No = 0 Open drawer when ) is pressed in CAL mode. a+b+c = Yes = 2 Yes = 0 Print calculator total on the daily report. No = 4 Always “0000”...
  • Page 72: Printing Read/Reset Reports

    Convenient Operations and Setups 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! •...
  • Page 73: To Print The Financial Read Report

    To print the financial read report This report shows gross sales, net sales, cash in drawer and check in drawer. OPERATION REPORT — Read mode/date/time X mode — Clerk/consecutive No. — Report title/read symbol Mode Switch — Gross No. of items —...
  • Page 74 Convenient Operations and Setups To print the PLU/subdepartment read/reset report This report shows sales for PLUs/subdepartments. OPERATION REPORT — Reset mode/date/time X mode Read: — Clerk/consecutive No. Z mode Reset: — Report code/report title/reset symbol/reset counter — PLU001/No. of items Mode Switch —...
  • Page 75 To print the monthly sales read/reset report This report shows monthly breakdowns of sales. OPERATION REPORT — Reset mode/date/time X mode — Clerk/consecutive No. Read: — Report code/report title/reset Z mode Reset: symbol/reset counter — Date of a month/No. of customers Mode Switch —...
  • Page 76: Money Declaration

    Convenient Operations and Setups To print the daily sales read/reset report This report shows sales except for PLUs. OPERATION REPORT X mode Read: Z mode Reset: — Tax amount 1 — Taxable amount 2 Mode Switch — Tax amount 2 —...
  • Page 77 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 REPORT X mode Read: Z mode Reset: Mode Switch (Periodic-1 Read) (Periodic-2 Read) (Periodic-1 Reset) (Periodic-2 Reset) —...
  • Page 78: Reading The Cash Register's Program

    Convenient Operations and Setups Reading the cash register's program To print unit price/rate program (except PLU) OPERATION REPORT PGM mode — Mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. Mode Switch — Program read symbol — Dept. descriptor/tax status/unit price — Reduction preset amount —...
  • Page 79 To print key descriptor, name, message program (except PLU) OPERATION REPORT — Mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. PGM mode — Program read symbol — Gross character — Net character Mode Switch — Cash in drawer character — Charge in drawer character —...
  • Page 80 Convenient Operations and Setups To print the print control, compulsory clerk program (except PLU) OPERATION REPORT — Mode/date/time — Clerk/consecutive No. PGM mode — Program read symbol — General control Mode Switch — Tax table 1 — Tax table 2 —...
  • Page 81: 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 Meaning Action...
  • Page 82: 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 83: 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 84: 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 Step 6 Press to feed about 20 Slide the printed journal cm of paper. from the take-up reel. Step 3 Step 7 Cut the journal paper at the...
  • Page 85: To Replace Receipt Paper

    After completion of register programming, enter 3s) to backup the program data into the internal non-volatile memory. (PGM mode (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.
  • Page 86: Specifications

    Max. 14 lines/sec. Feed speed: Max. 14 lines/sec. Paper roll: 58 mm 80 mm Ø (Max.) CASIO P-5880T Calculations Entry 8 digits; Registration 7 digits; Total 8 digits Chronological data Date print: Automatic date printout on receipt or journal Automatic calendar...
  • Page 87: Index

    Index alphabet keys 55 equal key 21 arithmetic operation key 21 error code 81 error correct 20, 41 error correct/cancel key 20 backspace/character code fixed key 55 bottom message 22 feed key 20 financial report 73 CAL mode 17 force entry of the amount tendered 69 calculator mode 17, 21, 70 cancel 20, 42 CAPS key 55...
  • Page 88 Index negative department 57, 59, 60 read mode 17 no sale 20, 21, 42 read report 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 non-add 21, 36 receipt message 52 non-add/no sale key 20 receipt on/off 20 non-resettable grand total 43, 76 receipt on/off indicator 19 received on account 21, 39 reduction (minus) 20, 33...
  • Page 89 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 data 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 92 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. MO0304-D Printed in Indonesia 6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan PCR-T2000*E...

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