XE-A107
Receipt sample
Operation Reference Guide
Printed in China
Entry
Transaction
The three lines at the bottom of the sample receipt
(clerk code, date, time, and receipt number) are
printed on all receipts.
These lines are omitted in the examples below.
Clerk assignment
Key operation example Operator display
1L Clerk code
Date
Time
Receipt number
Entering Transactions
PLU entry
Selling a $1.50 item (dept.1) and a $2.00 item (dept.2) for cash, and receiving $5.00 from
your customer. (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
Selling a PLU1 item (price:$1.00) and a PLU2 item (price:$1.20) for cash, and receiving $3.00
from your customer. (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
150! 200"
u
500A
1p 2p
u
300A
Department Repeat
Department Multiplication
Selling three $1.50 items (dept.1) for cash, and receiving $5.00 from your customer. (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
Selling three $1.50 items (dept.1) for cash, and receiving $5.00 from your customer. (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
150! !
!
u
500A
3Q 150! u
500A
Item Discount (Item%)
Subtotal Discount (Subtotal%)
Applying a 10% discount to a $1.50 item (dept.1), and a 15% discount to a $2.00 item (dept.2).
(Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
Selling a $1.50 item (dept.1) and a $2.00 item (dept.2), and applying a 20.00% discount to the
subtotal of the transaction. (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
150! 1000%
200"
1500% u
A
150! 200"
u
2000%
u
A
Tax shift
Selling a $5.50 item (dept. 1, taxable1) as a non-taxable item.
Key operation example Operator display
550T! A
Receipt print
Selling a $2.00 item (dept. 2, taxable1) as a taxable2 item. (Tax rate = 4.2500%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
200TU" A
Refund
Making a refund entry for a $ 3.00 item (taxable 1).
Key operation example Operator display
300$ Ou
A
Void When you void a following incorrect transaction: Selling
a $1.50 item (dept.1) and a $2.00 item (dept.2) for cash,
and receiving $5.00 from your customer. (Tax rate =
7.0000%)
Receipt print
Key operation example Making a refund entry for a $ 6.00 item (non-taxable).
Key operation example Operator display
600T$ Ou
A
Receipt print
150!
200" u
500A
Incorrect receipt
Cancellation receipt
Correction
Operator display
When you correct a PLU2 item (price:$1.20) to PLU3 (price:$3.00) after another entry has
been made (a $3.50 item (dept.1)). (Tax rate = 7.0000%)
Key operation example Operator display
Receipt print
2p 350!
2vp
3p
A
RA (Received-on-account)
PO (Paid-out)
When $10.00 is received.
When $5.00 is paid out.
Key operation example Operator display
1000U Key operation example Receipt print
Operator display
500T Reports
Reading reports
Key operation
A
Resetting reports
Key operation
A
Receipt print
Maintenance
4.Open the battery cover next to the paper roll
cradle and remove the old batteries.
5.Insert the paper straight into the paper inlet,
and press F. The paper then feeds through
and appears in the print area.
Batteries
This cash register displays a low battery symbol
( ) when the batteries installed get low, and
displays a no battery symbol ( ) when batteries
are extremely low or batteries are not installed.
Locking the Drawer
Develop the habit of locking the drawer when not
using the register for any extended period of time.
To lock the drawer, use the mode key.
To lock:
Insert the key into the drawer lock and
turn it 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
To unlock: Insert the key into the drawer lock and
turn it 90 degrees clockwise.
When the low battery symbol is displayed,
replace the batteries with new ones as soon as
possible. The existent batteries will be dead in
about two days.
5.Install three new LR6 (“AA” size) batteries.
When the no battery symbol is displayed,
replace the batteries immediately. Otherwise, if
the AC adapter plug is disconnected or a power
failure occurs, all the programmed settings will be
reset to the default settings and any data stored
in memory will be cleared.
C
Drawer Handling
6.Close the paper guide.
7.Replace the printer cover.
Pass the paper end through the openings of
the printer cover. Be very careful not to cut
yourself on the manual cutter.
Improper use of batteries could cause them
to burst or leak, which might damage the
interior of the register. Please take the
following precautions:
• Be sure that the positive (+) and negative
(-) poles of each battery are oriented
properly.
• Never mix batteries of different types.
• Never mix old batteries and new ones.
• Never leave dead batteries in the battery
compartment.
• Remove the batteries if you plan not to
use the register for long periods.
• Should a battery leak, clean out the
battery compartment immediately, taking
care not to let the battery fluid come into
direct contact with your skin.
• If an incorrect battery is used, it may
explode or leak.
• For battery disposal, follow the relevant
law or regulation in your country.
D
Removing the Drawer
Replacing the Ink Roller
Be sure that the positive (+) and negative
(-) poles of each battery are facing in the
proper direction for installation.
When printing becomes faded, replace the existing
ink roller with a new one available from SHARP.
6.Confirm the no battery symbol “ ” lights off.
7.Close the battery cover.
8.Replace the printer cover.
C
Paper Roll
1.Remove the printer cover.
Coin case
Lever
1
2
Replacement
1.Set the mode switch to the REG position.
D
2.Remove the printer cover.
3.Remove the paper roll. Then remove the
remaining paper by pressing F.
Replacement
1.Be sure the cash register is plugged in.
2. Turn the mode switch to the REG position.
3.Remove the printer cover.
The paper cutter is mounted on the printer
cover. Be careful not to cut yourself.
Lever
• Be sure to use an ink roller available from
SHARP. The use of any other ink rollers
could cause troubles in the printer. Never
pour ink to the ink roller.
• After opening the parcel, install it soon.
2.Pull the ink roller handle upward to remove the
ink roller.
When a dye appears on the paper roll, it is time to
replace the paper roll with new one. Be sure to use
the paper roll specified in “Specifications” section.
To detach the drawer, pull it forward fully, and while
holding the lever down, lift the drawer slightly and
remove.
Ink roller
Manually Opening the Drawer
4.Open the paper guide and set a new paper roll
in the paper roll cradle as per the diagram.
In case of a power failure or if the machine is out of
order, locate the lever at the bottom of the machine
and move it in the direction of the arrow to open the
drawer. The drawer will not open if it is locked with
the key.
3.Install a new ink roller.
C
• To prevent burglary, it is a good idea to
empty the drawer after work and leave it
open at the end of the day.
• Coin case is detachable.
4.Replace the printer cover.
Lever
2-11. Tax Table Programming
The tax table method requires tax break information from your state or local tax offices.
Use the method which is acceptable in your state.
You can obtain necessary data for tax programming from your local tax office.
If you are in an area that uses a tax table for tax calculation, you can program the cash register
accordingly.
Tax table programming can be performed for Tax 1 and Tax 2.
Sample tax table 1:
Rate = 6% (*1)
Amount of Sale
Start
End
(Breakpoint)
(*3)
(*4)
$0.01
$0.11
$0.23
$0.39
$0.57
$0.73
$0.89
$1.11
$1.23
$1.39
$1.57
$1.73
$1.89
$0.10
$0.22
$0.38
$0.56
$0.72
$0.88
$1.10
$1.22
$1.38
$1.56
$1.72
$1.88
$2.10
End (minus) Start
Difference
Tax
$0.00
$0.01
$0.02
$0.03
$0.04
$0.05
$0.06
$0.07
$0.08
$0.09
$0.10
$0.11
$0.12
0.10
0.11
0.15
0.17
0.15
0.15
0.21
0.11
0.15
0.17
0.15
0.15
0.21
<Programming sequence>
Example: Programmig Tax 1 as 6% sales tax using
sample tax table 1.
8u
1Q
6Q
Tax rate number
Tax rate
(1 through 4) (0.0000 to 99.9999)
Q23
Q39
Q89
Q111
Breakpoint
Breakpoint
Breakpoint
Breakpoint
(First breakpoint
of the next cycle)
[Check the setting]
Cycle
Q57
Breakpoint
A
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100
(*2)
Cycle = $1.11 - $0.11
= $1.00
Cycle 2
Turn the mode switch to the Z/PGM
position and use the following sequence
to program the tax table.
Q11
Minimum taxable
amount
(First breakpoint)
Q73
Breakpoint
In Case of a Power Failure or
Paper Jam
(*2) Cycle (0.01 to 99.99): (Max. 4 digits)
A tax table cycle is the repeating pattern of the tax rate
found in your states tax table/chart.
In tax table 1, where the 1st cycle begins ($0.11) and the
2nd cycle begins ($1.11) is a $1.00 tax cycle. Tax cycle can
vary from state-to-state, please check your local tax table for
the exact cycle. Thus, the tax cycle can be determined by
simply taking the differences between the first breakpoint of
the cycle and the first breakpoint of the next cycle (example,
$1.11 -$0.11 = $1.00).
The following situations may arise during a power
failure or paper jam. (Make sure that batteries are
correctly installed.) As the power is recovered or
a paper jam is removed, the register will resume
normal operation with a next key operation.
(*3) Minimum taxable amount: (Max. 4 digits)
Smallest amount for which tax must be collected. If
amounts $0.01 to $0.10 are not taxed, its value is 11 (for
$0.11).
Non-Cycle
Cycle 1
(*1) Tax rate: (2 digits integer and 4 digits decimal )
If rate has decimal value, decimal point is entered by v
key .
(*4) Breakpoints (0.01 to 99.99): (Max. 4 digits)
The tax amount increases in stages. The value of a
taxable subtotal at which the tax amount changes is
called a breakpoint. The difference between the start
and end sales range. A group of breakpoint differences
is repeated at regular intervals and each of these
intervals is called a cycle. A maximum of 18 breakpoints
(for tax types 1 and 2), between 0.01 to 99.99, can be
programmed. Intervals between breakpoints must be less
than one dollar.
$0.01
$0.11
$0.26
$0.47
$0.68
$0.89
$1.11
$1.26
$1.47
$1.68
$1.89
$2.11
D
$0.10
$0.25
$0.46
$0.67
$0.88
$1.10
$1.25
$1.46
$1.67
$1.88
$2.10
When a power failure occurs during printing
of transaction data:
Upon power recovery, the register prints
“############” and resumes printing of the
transaction data.
When a power failure occurs during printing
of an X (reading) or Z (reading and resetting)
report:
Upon power recovery, the register prints
“############” and resumes printing of the
report.
Before power failure
Sample tax table 2:
Amount of Sale
Start
End
(Breakpoint)
When a power failure occurs with the register
turned on or during a computation process:
Upon power recovery, the register resumes
operation from the point of failure.
Tax
$0.00
$0.01
$0.02
$0.03
$0.04
$0.06
$0.09
$0.10
$0.11
$0.12
$0.14
$0.17
Amount of Sale
Start
End
(Breakpoint)
$0.01
$0.11
$0.26
$0.47
$0.68
$0.89
$0.89
$1.11
$1.11
$1.11
$1.26
$1.47
$0.10
$0.25
$0.46
$0.67
$0.88
$1.10
$1.25
$1.46
$1.67
Power failure mark
Tax
$0.00
$0.01
$0.02
$0.03
$0.04
$0.05
$0.06
$0.07
$0.08
$0.09
$0.10
$0.11
If tax is not shown for every cent, use the breakpoint of the next highest tax
amount for each missing breakpoint. In sample tax table 2, tax is not shown
for .05, .07, .08, .13, .15 and .16. Likewise, the corresponding breakpoints are
not shown. To complete the table, simply insert the next highest breakpoint
after each missing figure. Therefore, the breakpoint for tax .05 would be .89,
tax .07 and .08 would be 1.11, etc.
After power failure
When the printer motor is locked due to a
paper jam:
If the printer motor locks, nothing will operate.
First, unplug the AC adapter and repair paper
jam. Then plug in the AC adapter, feed the roll
paper to the proper position and press l. The
register with then resume correct printing after
printing “############”.