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130CR

Electronic Cash Register

130CR-S

130CR-M

User's Manual

START-UPis QUICK and EASY! Simple to use!

4 departments and 100 PLUs Automatic Tax Calculations Calculator function

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INTRODUCTION

Thank you very much for purchasing this CASIO electronic cash register.

START-UPis QUICK and EASY!

Part-1of 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.

Original Carton/Package

If for any reason, this product is to be returned to the store where purchased, it must be packed in the original carton/ package.

Power Supply

Your cash register is designed to operate on standard household current (120V, 220V, 230V or 240V; 50/60Hz). Do not overload the outlet by plugging in too many appliances.

Location

Locate the Cash register on a flat, stable surface, away from heaters or areas exposed to direct sunlight, humidity or dust.

Cleaning

Clean the cash register exterior with a soft cloth which has been moistened with a solution of a mild neutral detergent and water, and wrung out.

Be sure that the cloth is thoroughly wrung out to avoid damage to the printer.

Never use paint thinner, benzene, or other volatile solvents.

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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.

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Warning!

Never try to take the register apart or modify it in any way. High-voltagecomponents 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.

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.

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Contents

 

 

Getting to know your cash register ...........................................................................................................

6

Daily Job Flow ...........................................................................................................................................

8

Part-1

QUICK START OPERATION .........................................................

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(You can operate this ECR on a basic level by reading the following sections)

 

1.

Initialization ......................................................................................................................................

9

2.

To Select the Date Format and Monetary Mode ..............................................................................

9

3.

Loading Paper ..................................................................................................................................

10

4.

Basic Programming for QUICK START – TIME/DATE ....................................................................

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5.

Basic Operation after Basic Programming .......................................................................................

13

6.

Daily Management Report ...............................................................................................................

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Part-2

CONVENIENT OPERATION ..........................................................

19

 

 

(Please keep these sections to expand your use.)

 

1.

Various Programming ......................................................................................................................

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2.

Various Operations ..........................................................................................................................

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Part-3

CALCULATOR FUNCTION ............................................................

36

1.

Calculator Mode ...............................................................................................................................

36

Part-4

USEFUL INFORMATION ...............................................................

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1.

Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................................................

38

2.

Specifications ...................................................................................................................................

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Before you start

User’s manual

Take-upreel

Drawer keys (2)

Keyboard

Operator display

Roll paper

Multipurpose tray (only for M drawer)

Drawer

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Getting to know your cash register

Getting to know your cash register

X

Z

 

CAL

REG

OFF

RF

PGM

Note:

An error is generated (E01 displayed) whenever the position of the Mode Switch is changed during registration.

The position of the Mode Switch controls the type of operations you can perform on the cash register.

PGM RF

OFF

REG

CAL

X

Z

● ●

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

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!Department Number Display

Anytime you press a department key to register a unit price, the corresponding department number appears here.

@PLU Number Display

Anytime you perform a PLU registration, the corresponding PLU number appears here.

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#Number of Repeat Display

Anytime you perform “repeat registration” (page 13), 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 calculated values (subtotals, totals or change amount due) are displayed here. The capacity of the display is 8 digits.

This part of the display can be used to show the current time or date between registrations (page 32).

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Getting to know your cash register

Keyboard

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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

R m Check Key

@ h Multiplication/Date Time Key

T oSubtotal Key

# y Clear Key

Y pCash Amount Tendered Key

$ g Minus/Error Correction Key

Calculator Mode

% i PLU (Price Look Up) key

#

t AC Key

^ x Percent Key

^

x Percent Key

& n Reference Number/No Sale Key

*

?Z~>, '

 

Drawer Open key

 

Numeric Keys and 2-zerokey

* ?Z~>, '

 

(

" Decimal key

 

Numeric Keys and 2-zerokey

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qwer

( " Decimal key

 

Arithmetic Operation Keys

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Q

/ Memory Recall key

 

Department Keys

Y

pEqual Key

 

Q . Received On Account Key

W ] Paid Out Key

E u Charge Key

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Daily Job Flow

Daily Job Flow

Before Opening The Store

1.Plugged in?

2.Enough Roll Paper?

3. Date and Time is correct?

4. Enough small change in the drawer?

While The Store Is Open

1.Registrations.

2.Issuing latest daily sales total if needed. (Generating report by Mode Switch to X position.)

After Closing The Store

1.Issuing Daily Sales Total.

(Resetting report by Mode Switch to Z position.)

2.Picking up money in the drawer.

3.Turn the Mode Switch to OFF.

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Part-1 QUICK START OPERATION

1.Initialization / Loading Memory Protection Battery

 

Important

 

To initialize the cash register

 

 

 

 

1.

Set the Mode Switch to OFF.

 

You must initialize

 

 

 

2.

Plug the power cord of the cash register into an AC outlet.

 

the Cash register.

 

3. Load the memory protection batteries.

 

 

 

4.

Set the Mode Switch to REG.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: To prevent to lose all of your settings and sales data, we reccomend you to install the memory protection batteries.

To load the memory protection batteries

1.Remove the printer cover.

2.Open the battery compartment cover.

3.Load 3 new UM-3,R6P(SUM-3)or LR6(AM-3)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.Slide the memory protection battery compartment cover back into place.

5. Replace the printer paper and printer cover.

(Figure 1)

REPLACE MEMORY PROTECTION BATTERIES AT LEAST ONCE EVERY YEAR.

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2.To Select the Date Format and Monetary Mode

You can select the date format and Monetary mode after initialization depending on the requirements in your area. Default date format is Day/Month/Year.

Default Monetary Mode is Add 2.

Example:

 

 

Change the date format to Month/

 

Co

Day/Year, and change Monetary mode

to Add 0.

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1.

Set the Mode Switch to PGM.

 

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2.

Press the following keys.

 

P3 appears in mode display

Program set code number

Select numbers from lists A and B

(To end the setting)

Date Format Selections

Year/Month/Day

Month/Day/Year

Day/Month/Year

?

Z A

X

 

 

 

Monetary Mode Selections

 

Add 0 (0.

)

?

 

 

Add 1

(0.0

)

Z

B

 

 

Add 2

(0.00

)

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Part-1QUICK START OPERATION

3. Loading Paper Roll And Replacing The Printer’s Ink Roll

Mode Switch to REG

 

Z

X

 

CAL

 

REG

OFF

PGM

RF

 

1. To load journal paper

!Remove the printer cover by lifting up the back.

&Press the l key to take up any slack in the paper.

*Replace the printer cover by placing the cover’s front tab into the register’s groove.

@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 lkey until 20 or 30 cm of paper is fed from the printer.

%Roll the paper onto the take-upreel a few turns.

^Set the left plate of the take-upreel and place the reel into the register.

2. To remove journal paper

!Remove the printer cover following the instructions above.

@Press the l key until approximately 20cm of the paper is fed from the printer.

# Cut off the roll paper.

$Remove the take-upreel from the printer and take off the left plate of the reel.

%Remove the journal paper from the take-upreel.

^Cut off the paper left in the printer and press the l key until the

remaining paper is fed out from the printer.

Options: Roll paper –P-5860

Ink Roll – IR-40

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& Remove the core of the paper.

*Load new paper following the instructions above, and replace the printer cover.

Default printer setting is for Journal. To print receipts, please refer to 1-7-3on page 24 to switch the printer for Receipt or Journal.

To load receipt paper

!To use the printer to print receipts, 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.

Mode Switch to OFF

X

Z

C

AL

REG

OFF

RFPGM

To replace the ink roll

! Remove the printer cover.

@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.

%Press the n key to check for correct operation.

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