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To change the first line of the receipt, Turn key to program mode 2 SUBTOTAL 132 SUBTOTAL Now type the new message using the characters on the front of the buttons. 00 (double zero button) CASH SUBTOTAL
To change the other lines of the receipt, substitute 232 for line 2, 332 for line 3, or 432 for line 4 in place of the 132.
If anyone needs a Casio TE-2000 manual, go here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio4.php

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered Yesterday

I believe it is password required.

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Mar 11, 2019

You have turned the key before you finished in the previous mode. Turn the key back to where it was before and finish what you started in that mode, then turn the key and e1 should be gone.
If anyone needs more information, the manual is here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio2.php

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Mar 03, 2019

You need to finish the flag clear.
Turn key to PROGRAM mode. Turn power off at wall. Hold RECEIPT FEED down - keep your finger on it. Turn power on at wall. Wait 5 seconds, then let go of RECEIPT FEED. You should see "FFFFFFFFFF" on display. Press SUBTOTAL. Wait for print out. Turn back to REG mode (you may need to sign back on)

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019

This is very serious. It means the register is about to completely clear everything (or may have done so already). If it has been sitting for a long time without power, or new out of the box, then this is normal. We can try to jump it back out of the init mode.

Follow these steps very carefully:

Turn the power off at the wall.
Turn the key to PROGRAM mode.
Hold RECEIPT FEED button down.
Turn power on at wall.
When you see the display change to 'FFFFFFFFFF' let go of RECEIPT FEED.

Turn the key back to REG mode and try it. If you get error 8, then you may need to log a clerk back on.

Let me know if you have problems.


Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Dec 29, 2018

Hi. You have been given the wrong instructions. That is why it is now all screwed up. Pricing is dead easy. You have condiments setup because you have set key features in prog 3 mode. It shouldn't be too hard to fix. We'll start with prices: Turn key to Program mode Type the price (no decimal point) Press a PLU (item button) to set the price to. Press SUBTOTAL To remove condiments, you need prog 3 mode. While key is on program, press 3 then SUBTOTAL. The display must change to "P3" Now press 0 (zero) then one of the PLUs that has condiments set. Press SUBTOTAL to finish. It may remove the tax status, so turn back to REG mode and test the PLU. If the tax has gone, then reprogram the tax setting for that PLU. Let me know if you get stuck. Mark

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Dec 16, 2018

You just press RF before the item and this will make it negative.
So you would press RF, then type price, then press item button (department) then refund method - usually CASH.

If you still have trouble, just let me know.


Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Dec 09, 2018

Turn key to program mode.
Turn power off.
Hold down JOURNAL FEED while you turn power on.
You should see 'LLLLLLLLLL' on the display
The machine is now ready for memory clear. Use the initialisation code from the programming manual which you obtain by using the table to work out the code for your country. Type the code at this point and press SUBTOTAL. The machine is now ready for your new menu etc.
If you need the programming manual, one of the users has it here:

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Dec 04, 2018

That is a strange one. Can you tell me what you are trying to program and tell me each button press you are making and exactly where the problem happens. I'll try to help.

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Dec 02, 2018

I haven't seen an 8000 with a super board. I thought they were a thing of the past but it looks like they have brought them back. If you want to use it as a standalone machine, it will depend upon whether the firmware has been changed when the super board went in. Sometimes the machine cannot be used in any other configuration without a dealer removing the super board and re-flashing the IPL. the super board version should come with a special after market manual which will show you the configurations you can use. Otherwise, have a dealer check it for you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
If anyone is looking for Casio TE-8000F manuals, C-tech has them here: http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio5.php

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Oct 31, 2018

Replace the paper roll.
If anyone is looking for a Casio PCR-T2000 manual, http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_PCR-T2000_users_and_programming_manual.html

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Oct 24, 2018

Make sure you have flipped the switch all the way towards you to program.

Press 1 for tax rate #1. Press Tax Shift. Then put in your rate with 4 digits where 8% is 8000. Press Total.

If you want a department key to be taxable, press 001, press check, type in the price you want that department to be, and then press the department key.

If you want to make it not taxable, press 000, press check, type in the price, then press the department key.

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Sep 25, 2018

Your machine comes standard with 24 department buttons on the keyboard, and PLUs by memory location. It is hard to explain simply, but the basic idea is that a department is designed as a category key, and a PLU (Price Look Up) is designed for specific items with an attached price. As your machine has a pricing function for departments, you really don't need PLUs on such a simple machine.
What I'm really saying is the keyboard has departments on it which can be set with a name and price so that they can be one touch buttons to bring up name and price with a touch, or you can have them open price (where an item has no preset price, so you type the price each time). If you need a lot more than 24 item buttons, you will have to do the rest by code numbers, as this is only a basic machine.
Just let me know how many items you wish to enter into it, and I'll tell you how to program it.

The tables you are referring to with a+b=c etc. are the machine features, or system programming. These are the important settings that tell the machine what things to print, how the function keys will operate, security settings etc. These are mainly for us dealers, as they are written in tech speak as you can see. I don't recommend changing any of them unless you need to, as you can get into a mess. If you tell me anything that doesn't work how you would like, I can help you to set the machine features where necessary.

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Sep 19, 2018

If you have that on the display, the FC reset was successful. it should have printed out a receipt at the same time. Now you turn the key back to REG and the lockup that you were trying to clear should be gone.
If anyone needs a manual for a Casio TE-2400, the programming manual is here:http://the-checkout-tech.com/manuals/cashregisters/Casio_TE-2200_and_TE-2400_dealers_manual.html

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Aug 04, 2018

Comment je programme les taxe de tvq 5% et tps 7.5 % pour le québec sur ma caisse casio pcr-t275

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Jul 06, 2018

Do you mean a product name, or the message at the top of the receipt?

Casio Parts Cash... | Answered on Jun 11, 2018

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