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140CR
Electronic Cash Register
User's Manual
START-UP is QUICK and EASY!
Simple to use!
20 departments and 120 PLUs
Automatic Tax Calculations
Calculator function
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
6-2, Hon-machi 1-chome
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8543, Japan
CI
INTRODUCTION
Thank you very much for purchasing this CASIO electronic cash register.
START-UP is QUICK and EASY!
Part-1 of this User's Manual can help you make a quick start.
Once you have mastered the QUICK START operations, you will undoubtedly
want to expand your use of this machine by studying other sections of Part-2.
IMPORTANT
FOR PROGRAMMING ASSISTANCE
PLEASE CALL TOLL FREE
1-800-638-9228
CASIO Authorized Service Centers
If your CASIO product needs repair, or you
wish to purchase replacement parts, please call
1-800-YO-CASIO.
Power Supply
Your cash register is designed to operate on
standard household current (120 V, 50/60 Hz).
Do not overload the outlet by plugging in too
many appliances.
Original Carton/Package
If for any reason, this product is to be returned Cleaning
to the store where purchased, it must be packed Clean the cash register exterior with a soft cloth
which has been moistened with a solution of a
in the original carton/package.
mild neutral detergent and water, and wrung out.
Be sure that the cloth is thoroughly wrung out to
avoid damage to the printer.
Location
Locate the Cash register on a flat, stable sur- Never use paint thinner, benzene, or other volaface, away from heaters or areas exposed to di- tile solvents.
rect sunlight, humidity or dust.
The mains plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect mains power.
Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily
accessible.
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INTRODUCTION
Safety precautions
• To use this product safely and correctly, read this manual thoroughly and operate as instructed.
After reading this guide, keep it close at hand for easy reference.
Please keep all informations for future reference.
• Always observe the warnings and cautions indicated on the product.
About the icons
In this guide various icons are used to highlight safe operation of this product and to prevent injury to the operator and
other personnel and also to prevent damage to property and this product. The icons and definitions are given below.
Indicates that there is a risk of severe injury or death if used incorrectly.
Indicates that injury or damage may result if used incorrectly.
Icon examples
To bring attention to risks and possible damage, the following types of icons are used.
The
symbol indicates that it includes some symbol for attracting attention (including warning). In this triangle the
actual type of precautions to be taken (electric shock, in this case) is indicated.
The symbol indicates a prohibited action. In this symbol the actual type of prohibited actions (disassembly, in this
case) will be indicated.
The
symbol indicates a restriction. In this symbol the type of actual restriction (removal of the power plug from an
outlet, in this case) is indicated.
Warning!
Handling the register
Should the register malfunction, start to emit smoke or a strange odor, or otherwise behave abnormally,
immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug from the power outlet. Continued use creates the
danger of fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
Do not place containers of liquids near the register and do not allow any foreign matter to get into it. Should
water or other foreign matter get into the register, immediately shut down the power and unplug the AC plug
from the power outlet. Continued use creates the danger of short circuit, fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative.
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 short circuit, fire and electric shock.
• Attempting to repair the register yourself is extremely dangerous. Contact CASIO service representative.
Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltage components inside the register create
the danger of fire and electric shock.
• Contact CASIO service representative for all repair and maintenance.
Power plug and AC outlet
Use only a proper AC electric outlet. Use of an outlet with a different voltage from the rating creates the danger
of malfunction, fire, and electric shock. Overloading an electric outlet creates the danger of overheating and
fire.
Make sure the power plug is inserted as far as it will go. Loose plugs create the danger of electric shock,
overheating, and fire.
• Do not use the register if the plug is damaged. Never connect to a power outlet that is loose.
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Warning!
Use a dry cloth to periodically wipe off any dust built up on the prongs of the plug. Humidity can cause poor
insulation and create the danger of electric shock and fire if dust stays on the prongs.
Do not allow the power cord or plug to become damaged, and never try to modify them in any way. Continued
use of a damaged power cord can cause deterioration of the insulation, exposure of internal wiring, and short
circuit, 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. Doing so can cause the register — especially
when the drawer is open — to fall, creating the danger of malfunction, fire, and electric shock.
Do not place the register in the following areas.
• Areas where the register will be subject to large amounts of humidity or dust, or directly exposed to hot or cold air.
• Areas exposed to direct sunlight, in a close motor vehicle, or any other area subject to very high temperatures.
The above conditions can cause malfunction, which creates the danger of fire.
Do not overlay bend the power cord, do not allow it to be caught between desks or other furniture, and never
place heavy objects on top of the power cord. Doing so can cause short circuit or breaking of the power cord,
creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
Be sure to grasp the plug when unplugging the power cord from the wall outlet. Pulling on the cord can
damage it, break the wiring, or cause short, creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
Never touch the plug while your hands are wet. Doing so creates the danger of electric shock. Pulling on the
cord can damage it, break the wiring, or cause short, creating the danger of fire and electric shock.
At least once a year, unplug the power plug and use a dry cloth or vacuum cleaner to clear dust from the area
around the prongs of the power plug.
Never use detergent to clean the power cord, especially power plug.
Keep small parts out of the reach of small children to make sure it is not swallowed accidentally.
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Contents
Getting to know your cash register ..........................................................................
Daily Job Flow .........................................................................................................
Part-1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
17
Various Programming .......................................................................................
Various Operations ...........................................................................................
17
27
CALCULATOR FUNCTION ...................................................................
34
Calculator Mode................................................................................................
34
USEFUL INFORMATION .......................................................................
36
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................
Specifications....................................................................................................
Warranty Card ..................................................................................................
36
36
45
Part-4
1.
2.
3.
9
10
11
12
15
CONVENIENT OPERATION ..................................................................
(Please keep these sections to expand your use.)
Part-3
1.
QUICK START OPERATION .................................................................
9
(You can operate this ECR on a basic level by reading the following sections)
Initialization .......................................................................................................
Loading Paper ..................................................................................................
Basic Programming for QUICK START – TIME/DATE ......................................
Basic Operation after Basic Programming ........................................................
Daily Management Report ................................................................................
Part-2
1.
2.
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Basic Components and Accessories
Printer cover
Operator display
Mode switch
Keyboard
Drawer
Accessories
Roll paper
1 pc
OP key 1 pc
Mode keys
PGM key 1 pc
Drawer keys
2 pcs
User's manual
1 pc
Magnetic plate*
1 pc
* Use this plate for tacking the notes
received from customer.
Weld lines
Lines may be visible on the exterior of the product. These are “weld lines” that result from the plastic molding process.
They are not cracks or scratches.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CASH REGISTER
Getting to know your cash register
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
The position of the Mode Switch controls the type of operations you
can perform on the cash register. The PROGRAM key (marked PGM)
can be select any Mode Switch setting, while OPERATOR key (marked
OP) can be used to select OFF, REG or CAL only.
PGM RF OFF REG CAL X Z
OP key
●
●
●
PGM key ●
● ●
●
● ● ●
RF
PGM
OP
OP key
PGM
PGM key
Note:
An error is generated (E01 displayed) whenever
the position of the
Mode Switch is
changed during
registration.
OFF
In this position, the power of the cash register is off.
REG (Register)
This is the position used for registration of normal transactions.
RF (Refund)
This is the position used for registration of refunds.
CAL (Calculator)
This is the position used for calculator mode.
PGM (Programming)
This is the position used to program the cash register to suit the
needs of your store.
X (Read)
This is the position used to produce reports of daily sales totals without clearing the totals.
Z (Reset)
This is the position used to produce reports of daily sales totals. This
setting clears the totals.
Display
!
! Department Number Display
# Number of Repeat Display
Anytime you perform "repeat registration" (page 12),
the number of repeats appears here.
Note that only one digit is displayed for the number of
repeats.
$ Numeric Display
Entered values (unit prices or quantities) and calcuAnytime you press a department key to register a unit
lated values (subtotals, totals or change amount due)
price, the corresponding department number appears
are displayed here. The capacity of the display is 8
here.
digits.
@ PLU Number Display
This part of the display can be used to show the curAnytime you perform a PLU registration, the corre- rent time or date between registration (page 31).
sponding PLU number appears here.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR CASH REGISTER
Keyboard
FEED
sFOR
DATE
TIME
—
AC C
&
ERR.
CORR
PLU
4
5
9/14/19
10/15/20
(
7
8
9
w
4
5
6
s
1
2
3
'
0 00 .
3
8/13/18
TAXABLE
2
7/12/17
NON-TAX
1
6/11/16
%
CLK#
RA
TAX
PGM
PO
T/S1
T/S2
"
# DEPT CHK
NS
SHIFT
#
$
SUB
CH
TOTAL
%
CA AMT
TEND
=
Certain keys have two functions; one for register mode and one for calculator mode.
In this manual, we will refer to specific keys as noted below to make the operations as easy to
understand as possible:
Register Mode
! l
Feed key
@ h
Multiplication/Split pricing/Date Time key
# t
Clear key
jG
~ j[
→
Department 6 ~ 10
$ g
Minus/Error Correction key
jjG
~ jj[
→
Department 11 ~ 15
% i
PLU (Price Look Up) key
jjjG ~ jjj[ →
Department 16 ~ 20
^ :
Percent/Cashier ID No. Assignment key
& ~
Tax Program key
* c
Received on Account/Tax Status Shift 1 key
( v
Paid Out/Tax Status Shift 2 key
) j
Reference Number/Department Shift key
Q m
Check/No Sale key
W k
Subtotal key
E u
Charge key
R p Cash Amount Tendered key
T ?, Z, ~ >, '
Numeric keys and 2-zero key
Y "
Decimal key
U G, S, D, F, [
• Department 6 through 20 are specified by
pressing the j key respectively as follows:
Calculator Mode
# t
AC key
% i
Memory Recall key
^ :
Percent key
Q m
Drawer Open key
R p Equal key
T ?, Z, ~ >, '
Numeric keys and 2-zero key
Y "
Decimal key
U H, J, K, L
Arithmetic Operation key
Department keys
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Daily Job Flow
Daily Job Flow
Before Opening The Store
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plugged in?
Enough Roll Paper?
Date and Time is correct?
Enough small change in
er?
Page-10
Page-31
the drawPage-32
While The Store Is Open
1. Registrations.
Page-12~
2. Issuing latest daily sales total if
needed.
(Generating report by Mode Switch
to X position.)
Page-15
After Closing The Store
1. Issuing Daily Sales Total.
(Resetting report by Mode Switch to
Z position.)
Page-15
2. Picking up money in the drawer.
Page-32
3. Turn the Mode Switch to OFF.
Other
1. Troubleshooting
Page-36
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).
Important!
The drawer will not open, if it is locked with a drawer lock key.
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Part-1
QUICK START OPERATION
1. Initialization and Loading Memory Protection Battery
(Figure 1)
Part-1
Important
You must initialize
the Cash register and
install the memory
protection batteries
before you can program the cash register.
◗ To initialize the cash register
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the Mode Switch to OFF.
Load the memory protection batteries.
Plug the power cord of the cash register into an AC outlet.
Set the Mode Switch to REG.
◗ To load the memory protection batteries
1. Remove the printer cover.
2. Open the battery compartment cover.
3. Load 3 new SUM-3 ("AA") type batteries into the compartment.
Be sure that the plus (+) and minus (–) ends of each battery are
facing in the directions indicated by the illustrations inside the
battery compartment (Figure 1).
4. Replace the memory protection battery compartment cover
back into place.
5. Replace the printer paper and printer cover.
REPLACE MEMORY PROTECTION BATTERIES AT LEAST
ONCE EVERY YEAR.
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Part-1
QUICK START OPERATION
2. Loading Paper Roll And Replacing The Printer’s Ink Roll
& Press the l key to take up
Mode Switch
REG
any slack in the paper.
CAL X
* Replace the printer cover by
Z
placing the cover’s front tab
into the register’s groove.
OFF
RF
PGM
* Load new paper following the
instructions above, and replace the printer cover.
1. To load journal paper
! Remove the printer cover by
lifting up the back.
@ Put a roll of journal paper
into the holder.
# Cut the leading end of the
roll paper with scissors and
insert the paper into the inlet.
$ Press the l key until 20 or
30 cm of paper is fed from
the printer.
% Roll the paper onto the takeup reel a few turns.
Default printer setting is for
Journal.To print receipts, please
2. To remove journal paper
refer to 1-7-3 on page 22 to
! Remove the printer cover fol- switch the printer for Receipt or
lowing the instructions above. Journal.
@ Press the l key until approximately 20cm of the pa- ◗ To load receipt paper
per is fed from the printer.
! To use the printer to print re# Cut off the roll paper.
ceipts, follow steps 1 through
4 of “To load journal paper”.
@ Pass the leading end of the
receipt paper through the
printer cover’s paper outlet
and replace the printer cover.
# Tear off any excess paper.
$ Remove the take-up reel
from the printer and take off
the left plate of the reel.
% Remove the journal paper
from the take-up reel.
^ Cut off the paper left in the
printer and press the l key
^ Set the left plate of the take-
until the remaining paper is
fed out from the printer.
up reel and place the reel
into the register.
& Remove the core of the pa-
per.
Options: Roll paper – P-5860
Ink Roll – IR-40
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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch
3. Basic Programming for QUICK START
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
Purpose
Procedure
Programming
1. Turn the mode switch to PGM position.
2. When the display shows blinking “0”, such as 00-00-00
enter current date in Month, Day, Year order.
Example: January 8, 2010: enter ?Z?<Z?
• Enter 6-digit, last 2 digits for year set. (2010 → 10)
• By pressing y, this procedure returns one by one.
,
Setting the
current date
00-00 ,
3. When the display shows blinking “0”, such as
enter current time in Hour, Minute order.
Example: 1:18 PM, enter ZCZ<
• Enter 4-digit, use 24-hour system.
• By pressing y, this procedure returns one by one.
• If you want to adjust the date/ time, please refer to page 31 of this manual.
4. Input the desired flat tax rate to the appropriate department key.
(This procedure below programs flat tax rate only. If your tax table has break points, refer
to page 24 of this manual.)
A) Press the ~ key.
B) Enter tax rate. (Example: For 6% enter “6”, 5.75% enter “5.75”.)
C) Press the appropriate department key.
D) Repeat step B) and C) to set other department key.
E) Press the k key to end tax programming.
Note: In case of setting the wrong tax rate to the key, please enter ? and press those
department keys above, and quit this procedure by pressing k key, and start from
the beginning of this procedure.
Please start with the department 2 key (taxable department). Department 1 key is
initialized as non taxable.
Example 1:
Set state tax 4% to department 2, 3 key.
~ Start tax program.
4S Enter tax rate and press dept key.
4D Enter tax rate and press dept key.
k To end the setting.
Part-1
PGM
Setting the
current time
Setting the tax
rates
Example 2:
Set state tax 5% to department 2 and 7% to
department 3 key.
~ Start tax program.
5S Enter tax rate and press dept key.
7D Enter tax rate and press dept key.
k To end the setting.
FOR PROGRAMMING ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-638-9228
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Part-1
QUICK START OPERATION
4. Basic Operation after Basic Programming
Mode Switch
REG
Note:
Whenever an error is generated, the input figures reset to 0.
All printout samples are journal images and the header (date, time
and consecutive no.) are eliminated from the samples.
4-2 Basic operation
Example
m
Z?? S
Unit Price
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
Printout
Operation
4-1 Open the drawer
without a sale
CAL X
Department 2
Unit Price $1.00 $2.00 $0.30
jX?? [
Quantity
1
1
1
Department 10
Dept.
2
10
15
Cash
jjC? [
Amount
$5.00
Department 15
tendered
••••••••••
02
10
15
k
B?? p
•1•00
•2•00
N
—
No Sales Symbol
t1 — Department No./Unit Price
•0•30
•1•00
•0•04
•3•34
T — Taxable Subtotal
t1 — Tax
S — Subtototal
•5•00
•1•66
C
G
— Cash Amount Tendered
— Change Amount Due
Cash amount tendered
Departments 6 through 10, 11 through 15, 16 through 20 can also be registered in combination with the j and G, S, D, F or [ keys, respectively. The j key should be entered just before entering unit price manually.
4-3 Multiple registration on the
same items
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Dept.
$1.00
2
2
$1.35
3
2
Z?? S
Unit Price
Department 2
S
Ch
02
02
•1•00
•1•00
02
•1•35
•4•05
•6•05
3
Quantity Multiple key
•0•24
ZCB S
k
p
•6•29
t1
t1 — Repeat
X — Sales Quantity
@ — Unit Price
t1
T
t1
C
Note that repeated registration can be used with unit prices up to 6 digits long.
4-4 Split sales of
packaged items
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12$10.00
3
2
3
12
Sales Quantity Multiple key
ZX h
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Dept.
Ch
Package Quantity Multiple key
Z?' S
Package Price k
p
02
•10•00
•2•50
•2•50
•0•10
•2•60
X — Sales Quantity
— Package Quantity
@ — Unit Price
t1
T
t1
C
Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
Mode Switch
REG
CAL X
Z
OFF
RF
Printout
Operation
4-5 Charge sales
Example
Unit Price $1.00 $2.00 $3.00
Quantity
1
1
1
Dept.
1
2
1
Part-1
PGM
Z?? G
X?? S
C?? G
k
u
01
•1•00
02
01
•2•00
•3•00
t1
•2•00
•0•08
T
t1
•6•08
H
— Charge Sales
Charge key
You cannot perform the amount tendered operation using the u key.
4-6 Split cash/
charge sales
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Dept.
Cash
Amount
tendered
$2.00 $3.00 $4.00
1
1
1
1
2
1
X?? G
C?? S
V?? G
k
B?? p
u
01
02
•2•00
•3•00
t1
01
•4•00
•3•00
•0•12
•9•12
t1
S
•5•00
•4•12
C
H
T
— Cash Amount Tendered
— Charge Sales
$5.00
4-7 Corrections
4-7-1 Before you
press a department key
Example
1. Entered 400 for unit
price by mistake
instead of 100.
Corrections can be made while you are registering the item (before you
press a department key), or after it has already been registered into the
memory (by pressing a department key).
y key clears the last item entered.
Printout
Operation
V?? y
Wrong entry
01
•1•00
Clears the last item entered.
Z?? G
Correct entry
Registered Department 1
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Part-1
QUICK START OPERATION
Printout
Operation
2. Entered unit price
first instead of
quantity and then
pressed h.
X?? h
Unit price
Multiplication
y
5
•2•00
X
@
02
•10•00
t1
10
X
@
03
•1•05
•10•50
Clears the last item entered.
Bh
Quantity Multiplication
X?? S
Unit price
3. Entered 150 for unit
price by mistake
instead of 105.
Registered Department 2
Z? h
Quantity
Multiplication
ZB? y
Wrong entry
Clears the last item entered.
Z? h
Quantity
Z?B D
Correct entry
Registered Department 3
4-7-2 After you
pressed a departg key cancels the last registered item.
ment key
Example
1. Entered unit price 550
by mistake instead of
505 and pressed a
department key.
BB? G
Wrong entry
g
01
01
•5•50
-5•50
•5•05
V
Cancels the last item registered.
B?B G
Correct entry
2. Entered unit price 220
by mistake instead of
230 and pressed a
department key.
Registered Department 1
Ch
Quantity
Multiplication
XX? S
Wrong entry
g
Cancels the last item registered.
Ch
XC? S
Correct entry
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02
Registered Department 2
02
3
•2•20
•6•60
-6•60
3
X
t1
V
X
•2•30
•6•90
t1
@
@
Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION
5. Daily Management Report
This section tells you the procedures to use to produce reports of the transaction data stored in the cash register's memory.
5-1 Financial Report
CAL
REG
Printout
Operation
h
Mode Switch
XZ
01-08-10
14-27 0072
X
OFF
RF
PGM
5-2 General Control
Read/Reset
Report
(Read)
p
01
05
p
06
19
Mode Switch
REG
OFF
RF
Z
n
•197•57
•18•19
•45•18
C#
H#
*K
0001
04
CAL X
•271•24
01-08-10
19-35 0073 1
03
(Reset)
*
*
n
Z (Reset) report
02
Mode Switch to Z
67
•270•48
38
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
— Read Symbol
— Gross Sales No. of Items
— Gross Sales Amount
— Net Sales No. of Customers
— Net Sales Amount
— Cash Total in Drawer
— Charge Total in Drawer
— Check Total in Drawer
Printout
Operation
5-2-1 Daily Read/Reset
Report
Mode Switch to X
Part-1
Important
Remember that when you issue a reset (Z) report, the data that is reported is cleared from the applicable totalizers. To view data without clearing totalizers, issue a read (X) report.
20
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No. /Clerk
No.
Sales No.
Z — Non-resettable
1
1
of Resets* /RESET Symbol*
48
•50•10
28
•76•40
17
— No. of Items/Dept. No.
— Amount
•85•80
4
•76•00
1
•6•50
1
•1•00
2
•1•00
5
•10•00
108
*
•316•80
*
— Gross Sales No. of Items
— Gross Sales Amount
PGM
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QUICK START OPERATION
•0•50
•0•66
•105•10
•4•20
•75•60
•3•97
- — Reduction Amount
%- — Premium/Discount Amount
T — Taxable Amount 1
t1 — Tax Amount 1
*T — Taxable Amount 2
t™ — Tax Amount 2
46
n
•325•13
•325•13
n
1
44
C
•203•91
3
•16•22
C
H
H
2
K
•105•00
•6•00
•10•00
K
R
P
3
1
•3•00
5
V
r
r
CX
1
•199•91
•16•22
N
C#
H#
•105•00
000000
0325•13
*K
— Net Sales No. of Customers
— Net Sales Amount
— Clerk 1 Sales Amount
(Refer to 2-10 Cashier Assignment)
— Cash Sales Count
— Cash Sales Amount
— Charge Sales Count
— Charge Sales Amount
— Check Sales Count
— Check Sales Amount
— Received on Account Amount
— Paid Out Amount
— Error Correction Count
— RF Mode Count
— RF Mode Amount
— No. of p key operation in
CAL mode
— No-sales Count
— Cash in Drawer
— Charge in Drawer
— Check in Drawer
Non-resettable Grand Sales Total
(printed only on RESET report)*2
* X (Read) report is the same except *1 and *2.
5-2-2 Periodic Read/
Reset Report
Mode Switch to Z
or
Operation
X
Z? p
Printout
01-08-10
19-50 0074
10 ••••
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67
•270•73
X
X
*
*
38
•271•24
n
n
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
Periodic
Read Symbol
— Gross Sales No. of Items
— Gross Sales Amount
— Net Sales No. of Customers
— Net Sales Amount
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Part 2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
1. Various Programming
CAL X
REG
1-1 Unit price for
Departments
OFF
RF
Example
Unit Price
Dept.
$1.00
1
Z
PGM
Zk
$2.20 $11.00
2
3
P appears in mode display
(For Dept. 1)
(For Dept. 2)
Part-2
Z?? G
XX? S
ZZ?? D
k
(For Dept. 3)
• Unit prices within the range of 0.01~9999.99.
1-2 Rate for percent key
Example
Discount Rate
2.5%
Zk
P appears in mode display
X"B :
k
(To end the setting)
• The rate within the range of 00.01 to 99.99%.
1-3 To change tax
status for
Departments
Example
Status
Dept.
Tax status for the Departments are fixed as follows:
Department 2:
Taxable status 1.
Departments 1, 3~20: Non-Taxable status.
Z k~
P appears in mode display
NonTaxable
mGSDF[
Taxable
1~5
6 ~ 10 Select key
For Depts. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
from list A
cjGjSjDjFj[
Taxable status 1
For Depts. 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and 2
Taxable status 3
Taxable status 1, 2 and 3
Taxable status 4
Non-taxable status
c
v
cv
u
cv u
h
m
A
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-4 Status for
Department
Example
Depts.
1
2
A
0
0
Ck
Selections
B
C
4
1
5
1
P3 appears in mode display
?VZ G For Dept. 1
Select a number
from list A
Select a number from list B
Select a number
from list C
?BZ S For Dept. 2
Normal department
Maximum No. of digits to be 5
Single item sale
department
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Normal department
?
Minus department
Z
No limitation for manually entered price.
Maximum number of digits for manually entered price.
?
Z~M
(1 ~ 7 digits)
A
B
< or >
To prohibit manual price entries.
Normal sales (not a single-item sale) department
?
Set as a single-item sale department
Z
C
1-5 Status for percent key
1-5-1 To change taxTaxable status 1 is fixed for the percent key.
able status for the
percent key
Z k~
Example
Change Percent key
registration as a Nontaxable.
P appears in mode display
m:
Select key from list A (For percent key)
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and 2
Taxable status 3
Taxable status 1, 2 and 3
Taxable status 4
Non-taxable status
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c
v
cv
u
cv u
h
m
A
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
Ck
1-5-2 Status for
percent key
P3 appears in mode display
Example
Round
Percent
ZZ :
Up
%+
Part-2
Select a number
from list B
Select a number
from list A
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Rounding of results produced by Percent Key operation.
Round off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.55)
?
Round up (1.544=1.55; 1.545=1.55)
Z
Cut off (1.544=1.54; 1.545=1.54)
X
Program Percent Key to register discounts (%–). ?
Program Percent Key to register premiums (%+). Z
Program Percent Key to function as a Manual Tax key. X
1-6 Taxable Status
for minus key
Example
Change minus key
registrations
Non-taxable status.
A
B
Non-taxable status is fixed for the minus key.
Z k~
P appears in mode display
mg
Minus key
Select key from list A
k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Taxable status 1
Taxable status 2
Taxable status 1 and 2
Taxable status 3
Taxable status 1, 2 and 3
Taxable status 4
Non-taxable status
c
v
cv
u
cvu
h
m
A
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-7 General features
1-7-1 To set general
controls
Ck
P3 appears in mode display
?NXX k
Program code No.
???? p
k
Select a number from list A
(To end the setting)
Select a number from list B
Select a number from list D
Select a number from list C
Selections
Time display format: HH-MM
?
Time display format: HH-MM SS
V
A
Selections
Maintain key buffer during receipt issue in
REG mode.
Reset the transaction number to
zero whenever a General Control
Reset Report is issued.
Allow credit balance registration.
Yes ?
Yes
No
Z
No
Yes X
No
No
C
Yes V
Yes
No
B
Yes
Yes N
No
No
M
B
Selections
Allow partial cash amount tendered.
Allow partial check amount tendered.
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
?
X
V
N
C
Selections
Use the ' key as a 000 key.
Cashier assignment systems (sign
on) is used.
No
Yes
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No
Yes
No
Yes
?
Z
X
C
D
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-7-2 To set printing
controls
Ck
Mode Switch
CAL X
P3 appears in mode display
REG
?BXX k
OFF
Program code No.
RF
???? p
Select a number from list A
Z
PGM
k
Select a number from list B
Select a number from list C
(To end the setting)
Select a number from list D
?
Use the printer to print receipts.
Z
Selections
Print zero-total line on the General Control
Read/Reset Reports
Do not print zero-total line on the General
Control Read/Reset Reports.
?
Z
Part-2
Selections
Use the printer to print a journal.
A
B
Selections
Print RF switch mode refund count/
amount on the General Control Read/Reset Reports.
Print the grand sales total on the
General Control Reset Reports.
Print the time on the receipt
and journal.
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
C
Selections
Print the consecutive number on the receipt/journal.
Print the subtotal on the receipt/
journal when the Subtotal Key is
pressed.
Skip item print on journal.
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
D
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-7-3 Printer switch for
Receipt or Journal
The printer is fixed as journal after initialized operation.
Zk
Example
To print a receipt.
P appears in mode display
Zu
A
Selections
Use the printer to print a journal. ?
Use the printer to print receipts. Z
Select a number from list A
k
• Printer selection to print a journal or
receipts can also be set on procedures 1-7-2 “To set printing controls”.
(To end the setting)
1-8 PLU setting
1-8-1 Linkage with
Departments
P3 appears in mode display
ZiZ p
Example
PLU No.
Link Dept. No
Ck
1
1
100
10
PLU No. Select numbers from list A
Z?? i
A
Selections
Linked to dept. 20.
?
Linked depts. 1~20 respectively.
Z~ X?
PLU No.
Z? p
Dept. No. to be linked
k
(To end the setting)
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• 120 PLUs can be set.
• When the linked department is not specified, the PLU is linked to department 20.
• Status for a single-item sale and tax status
are followed the specified linked department.
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-8-2 Unit Prices
for PLUs
Example
PLU No.
Unit Price
1
2
$1.00 $3.00
Mode Switch
Zk
CAL X
REG
P appears in mode display
Z
OFF
Zi
RF
PGM
PLU No.
Z?? p
Unit Price
Xi
PLU No.
C?? p
Part-2
Unit Price
k
(To end the setting)
• Unit prices within the range of $0.01~999.99.
1-9 To control
Tax Status
printing
Ck
P3 appears in mode display
Example
Print taxable amount and tax
amount for Add-in.
?CXN k
Program set code No.
??? p
Select a
Select a
number
number
from list A
from list B
Enter “0”
(fixed code)k
(To end the setting)
Selections
Print Tax status symbols.
?
Do not print Tax status symbols.
X
A
Selections
Print taxable amount.
Print taxable amount and tax
amount for Add-in.
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
B
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
1-10 To program
Tax Table
RF
PGM
If your tax table is not a flat table (includes break points), find the tax table for your state on pages
37 through 44 of this manual. Follow the procedures below to set the tax tables.
Example 1: Set Alabama state tax 4%.
Ck
? Z XB k
?p
Zp
Zp
Z? p
C? p
BV p
MC p
Z Z? p
k
P3 appears in mode display
Program set code No. for tax table 1
1st code for 4%
ALABAMA
4%
5%
6%
6%
0
1
1
10
30
54
73
110
0
1
1
10
29
49
69
89
110
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
1
9
20
40
55
70
90
109
Last code for 4%
(to end the setting)
Note: If your table has break points, set it to this table (tax table 1).
Example 2: Set Colorado state tax 5.25%.
Ck
P3 appears in mode display
? X XB k
Program set code No. for Tax table 2
B " XB p
5.25% tax
B ? ?X p
50 for Round off and 02 for Add On
k
(to end the setting)
COLORADO
5.25%
5.25
5002
• This sample programming can set only tax rate, but not for a tax break point.
• You can set tax table 3 and 4 by the set code No. 0325 (for table 3) and 0425 (for table 4)
Tax status for the Departments and function keys are fixed as follows:
Department 2:
Taxable status 1.
Departments 1, 3~20: Non-Taxable status.
Percent key:
Taxable status 1.
Minus key:
Non-Taxable status.
• See page 17 (department key), 18 (percent key), 19 (minus key) to change the fixed tax status.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
1-11 Printing to
read All
Preset Data
Printout
Operation
01-08-10
14-24 0070
p
1-11-1 Printing preset
data except
PLU settings
01••••1•00
01-041
02••••2•20
— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
X — Read Symbol
— Dept. No./Unit Price
— Tax Status/Normal Dept./
Digit Limit/Single Item
02-051
03•••11•00
03-041
20••••0•00
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
-••••••03
2•5
03-11
RF
PGM
%
0122••••12
0222••0000
0522••0022
0622••0000
1022•••••0
0326•••002
0125••••••
0•0000
Part-2
00-000
OFF
— Minus/Tax Status
— Percent Rate/%+ or %–
— Tax Status/Percent Key Control
— Date/Add Mode Control (fixed)
— Print Control
— General Control
— Calculation Control
— Tax Control
— Tax Table 1
%
0001
0001
10
30
54
73
110
0225••••••
5•2500
5002
0000
01-08-10
Break Points Control
— Tax Table 2
%
— Rounding Specifications/
Tax System Specifications
Tax Status
Printout
00
01
02
03
04
05
Meaning
Non taxable
Taxable 1
Taxable 2
Taxable 3
Taxable 4
Taxable 1 & 2
Printout
06
07
08
09
10
11
Meaning
Printout
Meaning
Taxable 1 & 3
12 Taxable 1, 2 & 4
Taxable 1 & 4
13 Taxable 1, 3 & 4
Taxable 2 & 3
14 Taxable 2, 3 & 4
Taxable 2 & 4
15 All taxable
Taxable 3 & 4
Taxable 1, 2 & 3
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
1-11-2 Printing preset PLU settings
Printout
Operation
Zp
01-08-10
14-26 0073
001•••1•00
01
002•••2•00
02
003•••3•00
03
004•••4•00
099•••0•00
19
100••10•00
20
01-08-10
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— Date
— Time/Consecutive No.
X — Read symbol
— PLU No./Unit Price
— Linked department
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2. Various Operations
Mode Switch
REG
2-1 Registration using
preset price
for Departments.
CAL X
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
(Programming: See page 17)
Printout
Operation
Example
$1.00
1
1
G
S
S
$50.00
V hD
k
B??? p
$2.20
2
2
$11.00
4
3
01
•1•00
02
•2•20
02
•2•20
4
•11•00
03
•44•00
•4•40
T
•0•18
•49•58
t1
S
•50•00
•0•42
C
G
— Cash Amount Tendered
— Change
•0•50
•0•50
C
— Cash Sales
— Unit Price
t1 — Unit Price
t1 — Repeat
X — Multiplication Symbol
Part-2
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
Amount
Tendered
@ — Unit Price
2-2 Single-Item Sales
(Programming: See page 18)
B? D
03
Example 1
Status
Single item sale
Unit Price
$0.50
Quantity
1
Dept.
3
For this example, Dept. 1 is programmed for a single-item-sale.
(Programming: See page 23.)
Z?? S
B? D
Status
Normal Single item sale
k
Unit Price $1.00
$0.50
Quantity
1
1
p
Example 2
Dept.
2
3
02
•1•00
t1
03
•0•50
•1•00
•0•04
•1•54
T — Taxable Amount
t1 — Tax
C
— Cash Sales
Single-item sale cannot be finalized if an item is registered previously.
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
REG
CAL X
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
2-3 Check Sales
CB?? F
F
k
m
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
Printout
Operation
$35.00
2
4
04
04
•35•00
•35•00
•70•00
K — Check Sales
2-4 Change the Tax
Status
Example
c
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
$1.00
$2.00
Z?? G
1
1
1
2
X?? S
NonPreset Status
Taxable 1
p
Taxable
This
Taxable 1 Taxable 1
Registration
01
02
•1•00
•2•00
•3•00
•0•12
t1
t1
T
t1
•3•12
C
•1•00
•0•10
•2•00
t# — Manual Tax Symbol
t1
•2•00
•0•08
•3•18
t1
C
2-5 Manual Tax
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
$1.00
1
1
$2.00
1
2
Z?? G
Z? :
X?? S
p
01
02
T
: key is programmed to function as a Manual Tax key (see page 19).
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2-6 PLU operation
(Programming: See page 23)
Example
PLU No.
Unit Price
Quantity
Link Dept. No.
Cash Amount
tendered
1
$1.00
2
2
2
$2.00
4
2
Zi
i
Vh
Xi
p
PLU No.
001
•1•00
t1
001
•1•00
4
•2•00
•8•00
t1 — Repeat
X — Multiplication Symbol
@ — Preset Unit Price
t1
002
•10•00
$10.40
Zi
t1
C — Cash Amount Tendered
•1•00
•1•00
t1 — Taxable Status Symbol
T — Taxable Amount
t1 — Tax
C
PLU No.
001
•0•04
•1•04
(Programming: See page 22)
Part-2
2-7 PLU Single-Item Sale
T
•0•40
•10•40
Example
PLU No.
Status
Unit Price
Quantity
1
Single item sale
$1.00
1
C??? S
XB?? D
k
X??? p
$30.00 $25.00
m
2-8 Split cash/
check sales
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
Cash Amount
tendered
Check
• For this example, linked department 1 is programmed for a single-item-sale.
• Single-item sale cannot be finalized if an item is registered previously.
1
2
1
3
02
03
•30•00
•25•00
t1
•30•00
•1•20
•56•20
•20•00
t1
S
C
T
•36•20
K
$20.00
$36.20
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF PGM
2-9 Refund
Z?? S
X?? D
k
p
Example
Unit Price
Quantity
Depts.
$1.00
1
2
Printout
Operation
$2.00
1
3
13-55 0040
r
02
03
•1•00
•2•00
•1•00
t1
•0•04
t1
•3•04
C
After you finish RF mode operation, be sure to return the Mode Switch to the REG (register) setting.
— Refund Mode Symbol
T
Mode Switch
2-10 Cashier
Assignment
In any mode
REG, RF, CAL,
X or Z,
(Programming: See page 20)
except PGM
Cashier assignment system is used to control each cashier (or clerk) sales total. When you select
this function on page 20, you can get 8 cashiers (or clerk) sales data.
Cashier assignment must be performed prior to starting registration or any other operation, except
Program mode.
Z:
Select a number
from list A
Selections
Sign off (cancel) the assignment of cashier ID No.
?
Assign a cashier ID No. 1 through 8. Z ~ <
A
• Currently assigned cashier (or clerk) ID number is printed on the receipt or journal for each transaction.
• The assigned clerk memory number is automatically signed off when the mode key is set to OFF
position.
• The assigned cashier (or clerk) sales totals with ID number are printed on the receipt or journal
when you perform daily X/Z sales report.
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Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
REG
CAL X
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
2-11 Other registrations
Display
Operation
h
2-11-1 Reading the
Time and Date
13-5#
Hour/Minute
01-08-10
y
~00
Month/Date/Year
Part-2
h
• Flashes per second
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
Adjusting the Time
Display
Operation
• Turn the Mode Switch to PGM.
Example
Zk
Current time = 13:58
ZCB<h
Current Time:
Hour
Minute
p
~00
13-58 02
~00
y
• Enter current time in 24 hour system.
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
Adjusting the Date
Display
Operation
• Turn the Mode Switch to PGM.
Example
Zk
Current date = January 8, 2010
?Z?<Z?h
Current date:
Month
Day
Year
y
p
~00
01-08-10
~00
• Enter current date in 6 digits.
• Enter the last 2 digits for year set. (2010 → 10)
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Part-2
CONVENIENT OPERATION
Mode Switch
REG
CAL X
Z
OFF
RF
PGM
Printout
Operation
2-11-2 Paid out from
cash in drawer
ZXCV
BNM< j
12345678
13-57 0041
•10•00
# — Reference Number
P
— Paid Out Amount
R
— Received On Account
Amount
Enter reference No.
Z??? v
Printout
Operation
2-11-3 Cash
received on
account
N?? c
•6•00
Printout
Operation
2-11-4 Registering
identification
numbers
2-11-5 Reduction on
subtotal
Example
Amount due reduced by
$0.50.
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A reference number or ID number of up to 8 digits can be registered
prior to any transaction.
ZXCV
BNM< j
B? S
p
12345678
t1
T
•0•02
•0•52
t1
C
Printout
Operation
Z?? S
X?? S
k
B? g
p
# — Reference No. or ID No.
13-59 0046
02
•0•50
•0•50
02
02
•1•00
•2•00
•3•12
-0•50
t1
t1
— See page 21 to print
S
•3•00
•0•12
•2•62
T
t1
C
the subtotal line.
Part-2 CONVENIENT OPERATION
2-11-6 Premium/ Discount
Premium
• 2.5% premium/discount
(programmed to : key)
applied to first item.
Z?? G
:
• Be sure to use k key when X?? S
you wish to apply a premium/
C?? G
discoung to the subtotal.
k
• 7% premium/discount applied
M:
to transaction total.
p
01
•1•00
02
2•5
•0•03
•2•00
01
%
t1
•3•00
•6•03
7
•0•42
S — *3
% — *4
t1 — *5
•2•14
T
•0•09
•6•54
t1
C
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
• For programming percent
rate, see page 17.
2-12 PLU report
Mode Switch
CAL
REG
XZ
Mode Switch to Z
(Reset)
?Z p
?Z p
— *2
t1
•3•00
•5•97
7
-0•42
S — *3
%- — *4
t1 — *5
•1•86
T
•0•07
•5•62
t1
C
Premium/ Discount Rate
Premium/ Discount Amount
Subtotal
Premium/ Discount Rate
Premium/ Disount Amount
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
PGM
PGM
(Read)
01
%- — *1
RF
RF
Mode Switch to X
02
2•5
-0•03
•2•00
OFF
OFF
Operation
•1•00
— *1
— *2
Part-2
• For programming the : key
as percent minus or percent
plus, see page 19.
Discount
01
Printout
01-08-10
19-35 0073
01 0001
001
12
•12•00
002
100
27
90
•180•00
1284
•10856•89
Z — Report code/Reset Counter
— PLU No./No. of items
— Amount
— PLU total count
— PLU total amount
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Part 3
CALCULATOR FUNCTION
1. Calculator
Mode
Mode Switch
While registering at REG
mode, you can switch
to CAL mode and then
return to REG mode to
resume the registration.
REG
Mode Switch
CAL
CAL X
Z
OFF
Z
OFF
RF
RF
PGM
1-1 Calculation
examples
X
REG
PGM
Display
Operation
t
ç
~
BHZ t
(Cancels item entered.)
5+3–2=
(23–56)×78=
(4×3–6)÷3.5+8=
12% on 1500
XCJBNKM< p
-257$
VKCJNLC"BH< p
)7142857
1-2 Memory recall
ZB??KZX :
On REG mode
Display
Z?'GX?'G
On REG mode
Example
Recall the current result at
CAL mode during registration,
and register the cash amount
due for each person.
34
1~
iLC p
On CAL mode
Example
Divide the current subtotal
$30.00 at REG mode by 3
(to divide the bill between 3
people).
18~
Recalls the current amount onto the display.
– during registration:
current subtotal
– registration has been completed: the last amount
Operation
E
&
BHCJX p
Memory recall
Recalls the current result by pressing p key at CAL mode on the display.
Printout
Operation
ip
ip
ip
Memory recall
01
01
•10•00
•20•00
•30•00
•10•00
S
C
•10•00
•10•00
•0•00
C
C
G
Part-3 CALCULATOR FUNCTION
Mode Switch
CAL X
REG
Z
OFF
RF
1-3 Setting for calculator operation
PGM
Ck
P3 appears in mode display
Z?XX k
Program Code No.
?p
Select a number from list A.
k
(To end the setting)
Part-3
Selections
Open drawer whenever p is pressed.*
Open drawer whenever m is pressed.*
Print No. of Equal key operations on
General Control X and Z reports.
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
?
Z
X
C
V
B
N
M
A
* Drawer does not open during registration procedures even if you press
p or m by turning the mode switch to CAL position.
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Part 4
USEFUL INFORMATION
1. Troubleshooting
Symptom/Problem
1 E01 appears on the display.
2 E08 appears on the display.
3 E94 appears on the display.
Most common causes
Solutions
Changing modes without complet- Return mode switch to where it stops buzzing transaction.
ing and press p.
Prior to starting registration of any other
Sign on operation is not performed.
operation, press Z~< and then :.
Remove jammed paper. Turn Mode switch
Printer paper is jammed.
to OFF then turn to ON, or Turn power OFF
and then turn power ON.
No date on receipt.
Printer is programmed as a journal. Program printer to print receipts.
Paper is not advancing enough.
Drawer opens up after ringing up Department is programmed as a
5
Program the dept. as a normal dept.
only one time.
single item dept.
Not clearing totals at end of day
Using X mode to take out reports. Use Z mode to take out reports.
6
after taking report.
Programming is lost whenever
7 register is unplugged or there is Bad or no batteries.
Put in new batteries and program again.
a power outage.
Register is inoperative.
8
No power.
Pull lever underneath register at rear.
Can’t get money out of drawer.
Note: If you cannot resolve your difficulty, please feel free to call your dealer or 1-800-638-9228.
4
2.
Specifications
INPUT METHOD
Entry:
10-key system; Buffer memory 8 keys (2-key roll over)
Display (LED): Amount 8 digits (zero suppression); Department/PLU No.; No. of repeats
PRINTER
Journal:
14 digits (Amount 10 digits, Symbol 3 digits)
(or Receipt) Automatic paper roll winding (journal)
Paper roll:
58 mm × 80 mm ∅ (Max.)
CALCULATIONS
Entry 8 digits; Registration 7 digits; Total 8 digits
CALCULATOR FUNCTION
8 digits; Arithmetic calculations; Percent calculations
Memory protection batteries:
The effective service life of the memory protection batteries 3 (UM-3, or R6P (SUM-3) type
batteries) is approximately one year from installation into the machine.
Power source/Power consumption:
See the rating plate.
Operating temperature:
32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Humidity:
10 to 90%
Dimensions:
7 3/8"(H)×13"(W)×14 3/16"(D) with S drawer
(188 mm(H)×330 mm(W)×360 mm(D))
Weight:
9 lbs (4 kg) with S drawer
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Tax Tables for USA
A
4%
5%
6%
0
1
1
10
30
54
73
110
0
1
1
10
29
49
69
89
110
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
ALABAMA
6%
6%
7%
(4+1+1)
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
9
10
7
20
20
21
40
36
35
55
54
49
70
70
64
90
85
78
109
110
92
107
8%
KENAI
2%
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
0
1
1
25
75
ALASKA
HOMER/
SELDOVIA HAINES JUNEAU KENAI
3%
3%
4%
4%
5%
0
1
4
34
49
83
116
150
183
216
0
1
4
25
34
75
127
155
177
227
0
1
2
19
37
62
0
1
1
12
37
ARIZONA
4% 5%
KENAI,SEWARD
& SOLDOTNA
5%
0 177
1 184
6 218
13
25
46
75
79
118
127
151
6%
0
1
1
9
29
49
69
89
109
6
2
29
29
49
69
89
109
109
129
159
159
179
199
219
239
259
259
279
300
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
5
10
27
47
68
89
109
C
ARIZONA
6.5%
6.7%
6%
6.8% 7%
4%
0
1
1
12
37
CALIFORNIA
0
1
8
10
20
33
47
62
76
91
107
7%
7.25%
7.25% 7.5% 7.75% 8.25%
121
135
149
164
178
192
207
221
235
249
267
278 7.25 117 7.25
292 5002 131 5002
307
0
10
20
32
46
60
74
88
103
0
1
3
6
19
33
46
59
73
7.75 8.25
5002 5002
8.5%
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
CALIFORNIA
7% 7.5%
0
0
1
1
1
2
7
6
21
19
35
33
49
46
64
78
92
107
6%
6.25%
0 141
1 158
7
10
22
39
56
73
90
108
124
0
1
7
10
21
37
54
70
86
103
119
6.5%
0
1
7
10
20
35
51
67
83
99
115
COLORADO
LOS ANGELS
10%
1.5% 2% 2.5% 3% 3.5%
PARKING
0
0
0
0
0
0
99
1
1
1
1
1
1
99
1
1
1
3
2
33
24
19
17
17
11 104
99
74
59
49
42
99 114
83
71
99 124 166
116 99
99 134 233
149 128
99 144
183 157
99 154
185
99
214
99
242
99
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
238
253
269
284
6.75%
299
3.6%
0
1
5
17
41
69
97
124
152
180
208
236
264
291
319
347
375
Part-4
0 175 0 161 0 156 6.8
0
1 191 1 176 1 171 5002 1
9
7 192 7 186
1
10
7 207 7 201
7
22
23 223 22 216
21
39
38 238 37 231
35
56
53 253 52 246
49
73
69 269 67 261
64
90
84 284 82 276
78
107
99 299 97 291
92
125
115
111
107
141
130
126
158
146
141
3%
0
1
1
14
44
74
114
ARKANSAS
5% 6% 6.8%
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
2
10
8
6
20
24
19
40
41
33
60
58
46
80
110
6.75
5002
0
10
20
34
48
64
80
96
111
3.85% 4%
0
1
2
16
37
63
0
1
2
17
37
62
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COLORADO
4.5%
0
1
5
17
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
233
255
277
299
LOVELAND
5%
5% 5.25%
0
1
2
17
29
49
0
1
1
18
18
51
68
84
118
5.5%
5.25
5002
0
1
6
17
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
190
209
227
245
263
281
299
5.6%
0
1
7
16
25
43
61
79
97
115
132
150
5.75%
168 0
186 1
204 8
222 17
240 26
43
60
78
95
113
130
147
165
182
199
217
6% 6.1% 6.35% 6.4% 6.45%
0
1
2
17
24
41
58
74
6.5%
6.1 6.35 6.4 6.45 0
5002 5002 5002 5002 1
0
0
0
2
17
17
17 17
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
6.6%
7%
146 6.6 0 135 7.01 7.1
161 5002 1 149 5002 5002
176
4
17
192
17
21
207
21
35
223
35
49
49
64
64
78
92
107
121
D
COLORADO
7.2%
0
1
2
17
20
34
48
62
76
90
104
118
7.25%
7.3%
131 7.25 0
145 5002 1
159
3
173
6
187
20
201
34
215
47
229
61
243
75
256
89
102
116
130
143
157
171
CONNECTICUT
5.25%
6% 7% 7.5% 8%
7.5%
8%
0
1
3
17
19
33
46
59
73
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
0 198 0
1 218 1
2
2
16
8
27
24
46
41
65
58
84
74
103
91
122
108
141
124
160
179
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
3
6
19
33
46
56
73
0
1
1
6
18
31
H
G
FLORIDA
PANANA
CITY
BEACH
6% 6.2% 6.5%
7%
0
6.2 0 107
1 5002 1 123
1
1 138
9
9 153
16
15 169
33
30 184
50
46 209
66
61
83
76
109
92
E
38
0
1
1
9
14
28
42
57
71
85
109
7.5%
0
1
1
9
13
26
40
53
66
80
93
106
120
133
146
160
173
186
209
3%
0
1
1
10
35
66
110
GEORGIA
4% 5% 6%
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
10
10
25
20
20
50
40
35
75
60
50
110 80
67
110 85
110
7%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
F
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
D.C. D.C. D.C. D.C. D.C.
D.C.
5% 5.75% 6% 6% 8%
9%
0 5.75
1 5002
1
0
10
8
22
42
62
82
110
HAWAII
4%
0
1
1
12
37
7.01% 7.1%
0
1
1
12
17
35
53
71
89
112
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
108
0
1
1
12
16
27
39
50
62
75
90
112
0
1
6
6
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
116
127
138
149
161
FLORIDA
4%
0 175 0 5.25
1 209 1 5002
5
1
9
9
25
20
50
40
75
60
109
80
125
109
150
I
3%
4%
0
1
1
15
42
72
115
0
1
2
11
32
57
IDAHO
4.5%
5%
0 227
1
2
15
27
49
71
93
115
137
160
183
205
0
1
2
11
25
45
5% 5.25%
6%
0 170
1
2
11
20
37
53
70
87
103
120
137
153
Tax Tables
1% 1.25% 2%
5%
6% 6.25%
0
1
1
49
148
0
1
6
12
25
46
67
88
109
129
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
0
1
1
39
119
0
1
1
24
74
0
1
1
7
23
ILLINOIS
6.5% 6.75% 7% 7.5% 7.75% 8% 8.75%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161 6.75
176 5002
192
207
0
1
1
8
22
36
50
65
79
93
108
3.5%
3.75%
4%
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
7.75
5002
0
6
0
1
1
6
18
31
8.75
5002
0
5
1%
4%
0
1
1
49
148
0
1
2
15
37
62
INDIANA
MARION RESTAUCounty RANT
5% 5% 6%
0
1
1
9
29
0
1
2
15
37
49
62
87
112
137
0
1
1
9
29
49
49
69
89
109
7%
0
1
7
7
20
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
135
149
164
178
193
IOWA
4% 5%
0
0
1
1
3
1
12
9
37
29
50
75
K
0
0
1
1
1
1
14 13
42 39
71 66
99 93
128 119
157 146
185 173
199
226
253
279
306
333
359
386
413
KANSAS
4.1% 4.5% 5% 5.25%
0
4.1
1 5002
1
0
12
12
37
62
87
112
0
1
1
11
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
0
1
1
9
29
5.25
5002
5.5%
5.65% 5.9%
6% 6.15% 6.4% 6.5%
0 190 5.65 5.9
1 209 5002 5002
1
0
0
9
8
8
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
0 6.15 6.4 6.5
1 5002 5002 5002
7
0
0
0
8
8
7
7
24
41
58
74
91
108
124
141
158
L
KANSAS KENTUCKY
10%
5% 6%
0
0
0
1
1
1
6
2
1
10
8
4
25
24
14
46
41
24
67
58
34
88
74
44
109
54
129
64
74
84
94
9.5%
0
1
1
5
15
26
36
47
57
68
78
89
99
110
121
131
142
152
163
173
184
194
Part-4
IOWA
6% 2.5% 3% 3.1% 3.25%
0
0
0
3.1 0 323
1
1
1 5002 1 353
1
1
1
0
1 384
8
19
16
16 15 415
24
59
49
46
41
99
83
76
58
139 116
107
74
179
138
91
169
108
199
230
261
292
M
2%
3%
LOUISIANA
4% 4.5% 5% 6%
6%
0
1
2
24
74
124
174
224
0
1
2
16
49
82
116
149
0
1
2
12
37
62
87
112
0
1
1
11
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
0
1
6
10
27
47
67
87
109
129
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
0
1
17
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
238
253
269
284
299
315
330
7% 7.5% 8%
9%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
0
1
1
5
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
59
0
1
7
4
16
29
42
55
67
80
93
106
5%
0
1
1
10
20
40
60
80
110
MAINE
6%
0
1
1
9
16
33
50
66
83
109
7%
7
2
0
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
100
4%
0
1
2
24
25
50
MARYLAND
Meals Tax
5%
5%
0
0
1
1
2
7
19
99
20
99
40
99
99
99
100
120
140
6%
0
1
3
19
20
33
50
66
83
100
116
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MASSACHUSETTS
4.625% 5%
0
1
13
10
32
54
75
97
118
140
162
183
205
227
248
270
291
313
335
356
378
399
421
443
0
1
1
9
29
MICHIGAN
4% 6%
0
0
1
1
7
2
12
10
31
24
54
41
81
58
108 74
135 91
162 108
187 124
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
MINNESOTA
6.5%
7%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
4.725% 4.75% 4.8% 4.975% 5.05% 5.1% 5.225%
0
1
4
10
31
52
74
95
116
137
158
179
201
0
1
3
10
22
43
65
86
107
128
149
170
0
1
3
10
31
52
72
93
114
135
156
177
0 211 0
1
1
1
5
10
9
30
19
50
39
70
59
90
79
110
98
130
118
150
138
170
158
190
178
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
8.5%
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
5.6%
0 5.225 0 187
1 5002 1 205
1
15 223
9
8 241
29
26 258
49
44 276
68
62 294
88
80 312
107
98 330
115 348
133 366
151 383
160
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
5%
6%
7%
0
1
6
11
26
47
68
88
109
129
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
74
91
105
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
MISSISSIPPI
8%
8.5%
MISSOURI
5.625% 5.725% 6.1% 6.225%
0 5.725
1 5002
1
8
26
44
62
79
97
115
133
151
168
0
1
1
8
24
40
57
73
90
0
1
2
8
24
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
152
0
1
1
6
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
106
0
1
1
5
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
99
111
6.3%
MISSOURI
9% 9.25% 4.225% 4.6% 4.625%
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
0 9.25
1 5002
1
0
5
5
16
27
38
49
61
72
83
94
105
6.425%
168 0 166 0
184 1 182 1
200 8 198 1
216 7 214 7
232 23 230 23
248 39 246 38
265 55
54
71
70
87
85
103
101
119
116
134
132
150
147
0
1
1
11
35
59
82
6.475%
163
178
194
210
225
241
256
272
287
0
1
13
7
23
38
54
69
84
100
115
131
146
162
177
193
208
223
239
254
270
285
301
316
332
0
1
1
10
32
54
76
97
6.55%
0
1
3
16
49
83
116
149
183
E
40
0
1
3
14
42
71
99
128
157
185
214
242
271
0
1
2
14
37
62
NEBRASKA
4.5%
5%
5.5%
0
1
6
14
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
188
211
233
255
277
299
322
0
1
2
14
29
49
0 190
1 209
2 227
14
27
45
63
81
99
118
136
154
172
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
3%
3.5%
NEVADA
5.75% 6%
6.25%
0
0 299 5.75
1
1 326 5002
2
6 357
14 14
49 38
83 64
116 88
149 118
157
185
214
242
271
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
0
1
2
7
23
39
55
71
87
103
119
135
151
167
183
199
215
6.5%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
6.75% 7%
161 6.75
176 5002
192 0
207 7
22
37
227
248
270
291
313
335
356
378
399
421
443
6.725% 7.225%
0 160 6.725 7.225
1 175 5002 5002
9 190
7
22
38
53
68
83
99
114
129
145
N
3% 3.5% 4%
0
1
13
10
32
54
75
97
118
140
162
183
205
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
Tax Tables
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Rooms & Meals Rooms & Meals
7%
7%
8%
0
1
8
14
26
39
51
63
75
88
101
115
129
143
158
172
186
201
0
1
8
35
35
38
50
62
74
87
100
114
128
142
157
171
185
200
NEW JERSEY
3% 3.5% 6%
7%
0
1
1
17
41
71
117
0
1
4
35
35
35
37
50
62
0
1
1
14
42
71
100
128
157
185
214
0
1
1
10
22
38
56
72
88
110
0
1
8
10
21
35
50
64
78
92
107
121
135
3.75%
150
164
178
192
207
0
1
6
13
40
67
93
120
146
173
200
226
253
280 0
306 1
333 1
359 11
35
58
82
105
129
152
176
199
223
NEW MEXICO
5.75% 6.187% 6.1875%
5.75
5002
247
270
294
317
341
364
388
411
4.375%
NEW MEXICO
4.5% 4.875% 5.175%
5.25%
5.375% 5.575%
0 239 0 4.875 5.175 0 199 5.375 5.575
1
1 5002 5002 1 217 5002 5002
4
1
11
11
11
9
34
33
28
57
55
47
79
78
66
102
100
85
125
122
104
148
144
123
171
167
142
194
189
161
217
211
180
NEW YORK
4%
5% 5.25% 5.75%
6%
6.25%
6.5%
0
1
5
12
33
58
83
112
137
0 5.25 5.75 0 141 0
0
1 5002 5002 1 158 1
1
6
7
7
1
10
10
10
7
27
22
22 23
47
38
38 38
67
56
54 53
87
72
70 69
109
88
86 84
129
108
103 99
124
119 115
6.75%
7%
7.25%
ERIE
8%
7.5%
SUFFOLK
County
8%
8.25% 8.5%
Part-4
0 6.187
1 5002
4
0
9
8
23
40
56
72
88
104
120
136
153
4.25%
130 6.75 0 121 7.25 0 113 0 105 0 106 8.25 8.5
146 5002 1 135 5002 1 126 1 119 1 118 5002 5002
161
8 149
8 139 10 131 9 131
176
10 164
10
10 144 10
192
20 178
18
17
17
207
33 192
31
29
29
47 207
45
42
42
62
58
55
54
76
71
67
67
91
85
80
79
107
99
92
92
O
NORTH CAROLINA
CHEROKEE
Reservations
4.5%
5%
6%
6%
3%
4%
0
1
4
9
35
70
116
149
183
216
0
0
1
1
5
6
9
9
29 25
59 53
84 75
112 95
137 122
144
166
188
211
233
255
277
299
322
0
1
6
8
23
48
67
85
109
129
0
1
2
10
24
41
58
74
6.5%
0
0
1
1
2
1
8
7
24 22
41 38
58 53
74 69
91 84
108 99
124 115
130
146
161
179
192
207
3%
4%
4%
0
1
3
15
33
67
100
133
166
200
0
1
5
15
31
51
71
100
125
0
1
2
15
25
50
75
100
125
NORTH DAKOTA
5%
5.5%
6%
0
1
2
15
20
40
0 182
1 200
2 219
15
19
37
55
73
91
110
128
146
164
0
1
3
15
17
34
50
67
84
OHIO
6.5%
0
1
2
15
31
47
62
77
93
108
124
139
154
170
185
200
216
231
7%
8%
0
1
2
15
15
29
43
58
72
86
100
115
0
1
3
15
15
25
38
50
63
75
88
100
5%
0
1
2
15
20
40
5.5%
0
1
2
15
18
36
54
72
90
109
127
5.75%
146 5.75
164 5002
182
200
218
E
41
Tax Tables
OHIO
6%
MEIGS
Co.
6%
0
0 134
1
1
2
3
15 16
17 17
34 34
50 50
67 67
83 83
100 100
117 117
6.25%
0
1
2
15
16
32
6.5%
0
1
3
15
15
30
46
61
76
92
107
6.75%
123
138
153
169
184
200
215
230
0
1
3
15
15
29
44
59
74
88
103
CUYAHOGA
Co.
7%
7.35% 7.75%
7%
118 0 115 0 115
133 1 128 1 128
148 3
3
162 15
15
177 15
15
192 28
28
42
42
57
57
71
71
85
85
100
100
0
1
3
15
15
27
41
55
68
82
96
2%
3%
0
1
1
24
74
0
0
1
1
1
7
16 15
49 46
83 76
116 107
138
169
199
230
261
292
7.75
5002
3.25%
OKLAHOMA
4% 4.25% 4.5% 5% 5.25% 6% 6.25%
323
353
384
415
446
476
507
538
569
599
0
1
1
12
37
4.25
5002
P
R
S
OKLAHOMA
6.725% 7% 7.25% 7.375% 8% 8.25% 9.25% 10.25%
PENNSYLVANIA
6%
7%
ROHDE ISLAND
6%
7%
6.725
5002
0
1
1
10
17
34
50
67
84
110
0
0
1
1
6
5
9
7
26 21
42 35
57 49
73 64
90 78
106 92
123 107
140 121
135
SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARESTON
4% 5%
6%
0
0
0
1
1
1
5
6
2
10
10
10
25
20
24
50
40
41
75
60
41
112 80
58
137 109
74
129
91
108
124
0 7.25 7.375
1 5002 5002
6
0
8
6
22
37
51
65
79
94
108
122
0
1
1
6
18
31
0
1
1
6
18
30
42
54
66
78
90
103
0
1
4
5
16
27
37
48
59
70
81
91
0
1
1
4
14
24
34
43
0
1
5
10
17
34
50
50
67
84
110
117
134
150
150
167
184
210
217
234
250
250
149
164
178
192
207
221
235
249
264
4%
0
1
2
11
33
55
77
99
121
144
0
1
1
9
29
5.25
5002
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
SOUTH DAKOTA
5%
5.5%
6%
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
1
10
30
0 190 0
1 210 1
1
1
10
9
28
26
46
43
64
60
82
76
100
92
118
109
136
154
172
T
SOUTH DAKOTA
6.5%
7%
0
1
1
7
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
E
42
161
176
192
207
0 149
1
4
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
121
135
TENNESSEE
4.5%
5.5%
0 188 0 154 354
1 211 1 172 372
1
11 190 390
11
10 209
33
27 227
55
45 245
77
63 263
99
81 281
122
99 299
144
119 318
166
136 336
6% 6.25%
0
1
2
10
24
41
58
74
0
1
2
10
23
39
55
71
87
6.5%
0
1
2
10
23
38
53
69
84
99
115
130
146
161
176
192
207
223
6.75%
0
1
8
10
22
37
51
66
81
96
111
125
140
155
170
185
199
214
229
244
259
274
7%
COUNTY
TAX
7.25% 7.5% 7.75% 8%
0 121 0 117
1
1 130
2
10 144
10
10 158
21
20 172
35
34 185
49
48
64
61
78
75
92
89
107
103
0
1
2
10
19
33
46
59
7.75
5002
0
1
2
10
18
31
43
8%
8.25%
0 106 8.25
1 118 5002
2
10
18
31
43
56
68
81
93
0
1
1
7
23
Tax Tables
TENNESSEE
8.5%
0
1
2
10
17
29
41
52
64
76
88
TEXAS
8.75%
99 8.75
111 5002
123
135
147
158
170
182
194
205
217
4%
4%
0
1
1
12
37
0
1
1
12
37
62
87
4.125%
0
1
1
12
36
60
84
109
133
157
4.625% 5% 5.125%
181 424 4.625
206
5002
230
254
278
303
327
351
375
399
0
1
1
9
29
49
69
5.125
5002
5.25%
0
1
12
9
28
47
66
85
104
123
5.375%
5.5%
5.625%
142 5.375 0
161 5002 1
180
1
199
9
209
27
45
63
81
99
118
137 0 133
155 1 151
173 1 168
191 8
209 26
44
62
79
97
115
5%
5.375%
6%
0
1
1
8
24
41
58
HOUSTON
(Harris
DALLAS County)
6%
6% 6.125%
0
1
1
9
25
42
59
6.25%
0 6.125 0 119
1 5002 1
1
1
8
7
24
23
41
39
58
55
74
71
91
87
108
103
U
TEXAS
4.75%
6.25% 6.75%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
7.25% 7.5%
107 7.25
5002
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
59
73
86
7.75%
0
1
5
6
19
32
45
58
70
83
96
109
122
135
148
161
174
187
8% 8.25%
0
1
1
6
18
31
8.25
5002
0
1
1
10
31
52
73
94
115
136
157
178
199
221
242
263
284
305
326
347
368
389
410
0
1
1
9
29
0
1
1
9
28
47
66
85
104
123
142
161
180
UTAH
5.5% 5.75% 5.875% 6% 6.125% 6.25% 7%
199 0
0 190 5.75 5.875
1 209 5002 5002
219 1
238 1
1
0
257 9
9
8
276 27 27
295 46 45
314 65 63
333 83 81
352 102 99
371
118
390
136
409
154
172
0
1
2
8
24
41
58
74
6.125
5002
0
8
0
1
4
7
23
27
47
63
0
1
2
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
Part-4
6.25 6.75
5002 5002
7%
5.25%
V
UTAH
7.25%
7.25
5002
3%
0
1
4
13
33
66
100
133
166
200
VERMONT
4% 5% 6% 8%
0
0
6
0
1
1 5002 1
2
2
10
0
10
10
10
18
25
20
16
31
50
40
33
43
80
50
56
100 66
68
120 83
81
140 100 93
116 100
133
150
VIRGINIA
4%
0
1
21
14
34
59
84
114
134
159
184
214 484
234 512
259 537
284
314
334
359
384
414
434
459
ARLINGTON
COUNTY
4%
0
1
2
12
37
62
87
112
137
4.5%
0
1
5
15
33
55
77
99
122
144
166
5%
FAIRFAX
5.5%
FAIRFAX CITY
Meals tax
6.5%
188 0 169 0 149 0
211 1
1 166 1
233 1
4 188 1
255 9
11 211 11
277 29
14 233 24
299 49
33 249 33
69
55 255 55
89
77
74
109
99
77
129
122
99
149
144
122
124
144
166
174
188
211
HAMPTON
Restaurant
7%
0
1
13
14
29
34
44
59
74
84
114
114 284
134
149
159
184
184
214
214
234
249
259
LEESURG RICHMOND
Meal tax Restaurant
7%
7%
0
1
1
7
21
35
49
64
78
92
107
0
1
1
14
14
34
59
59
84
84
114
E
43
Tax Tables
W
VIRGINIA
NEWPORT
ROANOKE CITY
NORFOLK CITY CITY OF RICHMOND
ALEXANDRIA NEWS RICHMOND Restaurant VA BEACH
Meal tax
Food tax
7.5%
7.5%
7.5%
8%
8.5%
9%
9%
9.5%
7.5
5002
0
1
1
11
16
33
49
55
77
83
99
116
122
144
149
166
183
188
211
0
1
2
6
19
33
46
59
0
1
5
14
34
44
44
59
59
84
84
0
1
1
6
19
33
46
59
73
86
99
113
3%
0
1
2
24
49
83
116
149
E
44
126
139
153
166
179
193
206
7.55%
0
1
2
7
19
33
46
59
72
4.125%
0
1
3
6
19
32
46
59
72
85
98
111
7.8% 7.9% 8%
124 282 7.8
138
2
151
0
164
7
177
19
190
32
203
44
217
57
230
70
243
83
256
269
WYOMING
4% 5% 6%
0
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
3
24
24
24
37
29
24
62
49
34
69
51
89
68
109 84
7%
0
1
2
6
18
31
44
56
0
1
1
6
18
31
8.1%
0
1
14
6
18
30
43
55
67
80
92
104
117
129
141
154
166
179
191
203
Combined
8.1% 8.7%
8.1
2
0
6
18
30
43
55
67
80
0
1
1
5
17
28
2%
0
1
2
25
50
100
7.2%
7.3%
9.5%
114 0 99
9
0 99 211 0 89 205 0 89 209
114 1 112 5002 1 99 233 1 99
1 99
134 1 122
6 122 233 1 110
1 109
134 11 137
11 122
5 121
9 122
159 12 144
33 144
15 131
11 129
33 162
44 144
26 142
29 144
37 166
44 166
36 152
33 149
55 187
55 166
47 163
49 166
62 188
55 188
57 173
55 169
77 211
77 188
68 184
69 188
87
77 211
78 194
77 189
WASHINGTON
7.5%
WASHINGTON
0
0 131 0 129
1
1
1 143
1
1
1 156
7
6
6 170
21 20
19 184
35 34
33 198
49 48
47 211
64 62
61 225
78 76
74 239
92 90
88 252
107 104
102
118
115
WEST VIRGINIA
3% 4% 5% 6%
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
5
12
5
5
35
37
20
16
70
40
33
100
50
135
67
84
100
116
4%
0
1
1
12
37
WISCONSIN
5%
5.5%
0
1
1
10
21
41
61
81
110
5.6%
0 190 0
1 209 1
1
1
9
8
27
26
45
44
63
62
81
80
99
98
118
116
136
133
154
172
◗ To replace the ink roll
Mode Switch
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@ Lift up the tab on the ink roll marked
“PULL UP”.
# Install a new Ink Roll and press it down
firmly but gently until it snaps into place.
$ Replace the printer cover onto the cash
register.
% Turn to the REG mode and press the
m key to check for correct operation.
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CASIO, INC.
570 MOUNT PLEASANT AVENUE,
P. O. BOX 7000, DOVER, NEW JERSEY 07801 U.S.A.
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CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.
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