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ELECTRONIC CASH REGISTER

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USER'S MANUAL

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 shorting, 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 shorting, 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 (100V~240V) . 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 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. 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 shorting 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.

Never touch the printer head and the platen.

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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. ..............................................................................................

9

Plug the cash register into a wall outlet. ..........................................................................

11

Insert the mode key marked “PGM” into the mode switch. ..............................................

11

Turn the mode key to the “REG” position. .......................................................................

11

Set the date. ...................................................................................................................

12

Set the time.....................................................................................................................

12

Tax table programming ...................................................................................................

13

Introducing TE-2000 ...........................................................................................

17

General guide .................................................................................................................

17

Roll paper, Receipt On/Off key, Mode key, Drawer, Drawer lock ..........................................................

17

Mode switch ..........................................................................................................................................

18

Lock/unlock the multipurpose tray .........................................................................................................

18

Displays ..........................................................................................................................

19

Keyboard ........................................................................................................................

20

Basic Operations and Setups ...........................................................................

22

How to read the printouts ....................................................................................................

22

How to use your cash register .............................................................................................

23

Displaying the time and date ..........................................................................................

24

Preparing coins for change .............................................................................................

24

Preparing and using department keys .................................................................................

25

Registering department keys ..........................................................................................

25

Programming department keys.......................................................................................

26

Registering department keys by programming data .......................................................

27

Preparing and using PLUs ..................................................................................................

28

Programming PLUs ........................................................................................................

28

Registering PLUs ............................................................................................................

29

Preparing and using discounts/premiums ...........................................................................

30

Programming discounts/premiums .................................................................................

30

Registering discounts/premiums .....................................................................................

31

Preparing and using reductions ...........................................................................................

32

Programming for reductions ...........................................................................................

32

Registering reductions ....................................................................................................

33

Registering charge and check payments ............................................................................

34

Registering returned goods in the REG mode ....................................................................

35

Registering returned goods in the RF mode .......................................................................

36

Registering money received on account .............................................................................

37

Registering money paid out .................................................................................................

37

Making corrections in a registration .....................................................................................

38

No sale registration .............................................................................................................

40

Printing the daily sales reset report .....................................................................................

41

Convenient Operations and Setups .................................................................

42

Clerk control function ...........................................................................................................

42

Clerk sign on and sign off ...............................................................................................

42

Post-finalizationreceipt format, General printing control, Compulsory, Machine features ..

43

About post-finalizationreceipt.........................................................................................

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Programming general printing control .............................................................................

44

Programming compulsory and clerk control function ......................................................

45

Programming read/reset report printing control ..............................................................

46

Setting a store/machine number .........................................................................................

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Programming to clerk ..........................................................................................................

47

Programming clerk number ............................................................................................

47

Programming trainee status of clerk ...............................................................................

47

Programming descriptors and messages ............................................................................

48

Programming report descriptor, grand total, special character,

 

report title, receipt message and clerk name .................................................................

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Report descriptor ...................................................................................................................................

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Grand total, special character ...............................................................................................................

49

Report title .............................................................................................................................................

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Clerk name ............................................................................................................................................

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Receipt message ..................................................................................................................................

50

Programming department key descriptor........................................................................

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Programming PLU descriptor .........................................................................................

51

Programming function key descriptor .............................................................................

52

Programming receipt message/logo stamp control function ...........................................

52

Entering characters .............................................................................................................

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Using character keyboard ...............................................................................................

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Entering characters by code ...........................................................................................

54

Department key feature programming .................................................................................

55

Batch feature programming ............................................................................................

55

Individual feature programming ......................................................................................

56

PLU feature programming ...................................................................................................

57

Batch feature programming ............................................................................................

57

Individual feature programming ......................................................................................

58

Printing VAT breakdowns ....................................................................................................

61

Currency exchange programming .......................................................................................

62

Currency exchange rate programming ...........................................................................

62

Currency exchange feature programming ......................................................................

62

Other function key feature programming .............................................................................

65

Cash, Charge, Check key ...............................................................................................

65

Minus key, Discount key and premium key .....................................................................

66

Received on account, Paidout key, #/No sale key ..........................................................

66

Calculator functions .............................................................................................................

67

About the daylight saving time ............................................................................................

68

Printing read/reset reports ...................................................................................................

69

Reading the cash register's program...................................................................................

75

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

78

When an error occurs ..........................................................................................................

78

When the register does not operate at all ...........................................................................

79

In case of power failure .......................................................................................................

80

When the L sign appears on the display .............................................................................

80

User Maintenance and Options ........................................................................

81

To replace journal paper ......................................................................................................

81

To replace receipt paper ......................................................................................................

82

Options ................................................................................................................................

82

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

83

Index ....................................................................................................................

84

Introduction & Contents

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Introduction & Contents

Unpacking the register

Mode key (Operator/Program key)

User's manual/

Drawer key

Take-upreel

User'sManual

Roll paper

Memory backup batteries

Welcome to the CASIO TE-2000!

Congratulations upon your selection of a CASIO Electronic 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.

Consult your CASIO dealer if you have any questions about points not specifically covered in this manual.

The main plug on this equipment must be used to disconnect main power.

Please ensure that the socket outlet is installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.

Please keep all information for future reference.

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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.

User'sManual

1. Remove the cash register from its box.

Make sure that all of the parts and accessories are included.

2.

3. Install the three memory backup batteries.

1. Remove the printer cover and open the platen arm.

Remove the tape holding parts of the cash register in place.

Also remove the small plastic bag taped to the printer cover. Inside you will find the mode keys.

2. Remove the battery compartment cover. Slide the cover and pull it up.

printer cover

battery compartment cover

 

platen arm

Introduction & Contents/Getting Started

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3. 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.

4. Replace the battery compartment cover.

5. Close the platen arm and replace the printer cover.

Important!

These batteries protect information stored in your cash register's memory when there is a power failure or when you unplug the cash register. Be sure to install these batteries.

Precaution!

Incorrectly using batteries can cause them to burst or leak, possibly damaging the interior of the cash register. Note the following.

Be sure that the positive (+) and negative (–)ends of the batteries are facing as marked in the battery compartment when you load them into the unit.

Never mix batteries of different types.

Never mix old batteries with new ones.

Never leave dead batteries in the battery compartment.

Remove the batteries if you do not plan to use the cash register for long periods.

Replace the batteries at least once a year, no matter how much the cash register is used during the period.

WARNING!

Never try to recharge the batteries supplied with the unit.

Do not expose batteries to direct heat, let them become shorted or try to take them apart.

Keep batteries out of the reach of small children. If your child should swallow a battery, consult a physician immediately.

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4.

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.

Avoid heat/direct sunlight.

Avoid dusty and humid places for storage.

Do not scratch the paper.

Do not keep the printed paper under the following circumstances:

High humidity and temperature/direct sunlight/contact with glue, thinner or a rubber eraser.

To install receipt paper

Step 1

 

Step 4

Remove the printer cover.

 

Put the leading end of the

 

 

paper over the printer.

 

 

 

Step 2

 

Step 5

Open the platen arm.

 

Close the platen arm

 

 

slowly until it locks

 

 

steadily.

 

 

 

Getting Started

Step 3

Ensuring the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll, lower the roll into the space behind the printer.

Complete

Replace the printer cover, passing the leading end of the paper through the cutter slot. Tear off the excess paper.

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To install journal paper

Step 1

Remove the printer cover.

Step 2

Open the platen arm.

Step 3

Ensuring the paper is being fed from the bottom of the roll, lower the roll into the space behind the printer.

Step 4

Put the leading end of the paper over the printer.

Step 5

Close the platen arm slowly until it locks steadily.

Step 6

Remove the paper guide of the take-upreel.

Step 7

Slide the leading end of the paper into the groove on the spindle of the takeup reel and wind it onto the reel two or three turns.

Step 8

Replace the paper guide of the take-upreel.

Step 9

Place the take-upreel into place behind the printer, above the roll paper.

Step 10

Press the |key to take up any slack in the paper.

During machine installation, press the | key after power on.

Complete

Replace the printer cover.

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