Quick Start Guide For programming assistance Please visit http://casio4business.com/sa_index.html For Technical support Please call TOLL FREE 1-800-435-7732 Electronic Cash Register SE-G1/PCR-T273/SM-T274/SE-S700 Preparations Note: Please follow the steps described below. • Unpack the Cash Register and DO NOT plug the power cord in until sections 1 and 2 have been completed. • To prevent losing all your settings and sales data, we strongly recommend that you set the memory protection batteries before you use the cash register and replace them at least once a year. 1.To set memory protection batteries 1. Remove the printer cover by lifting it up. 4. Replace the battery compartment cover. 4. Close the platen arm slowly until it locks securely. Important • Be sure that the plus (+) and minus (-) ends of the batteries are facing in the directions as indicated on the battery compartment. 1. As soon as you plug in the power cord, the printer prints instructions for selecting language. If you wish to select English, press ? p keys. For selecting Spanish, press X p keys. • The Cash Register will show an ʽLʼ in the left hand corner of the display when the batteries are running low on power. Install two new batteries when this occurs. 2.To set a paper roll This Cash Register is fitted with a Thermal Printer only Thermal paper till 58 mm Rolls can be used. 1. Open the platen arm by lifting it up. 4.To set language, date and time 2. The printer then prints the instructions for setting date and time and the first digit of the display flashes. Enter the date in order of month, day, and year. For example, 012114 for January 21, 2014. The display changes for setting time. Enter the present hour and minute in 24 -hour system. Note: Never touch the printer’s thermal head and the platen. Avoid the thermal paper from heat, humidity or direct sunlight. Important • If the thermal paper roll is not properly installed, you will not be able to use the cash register. The E10 error code will be displayed to indicate that the printer is not working. Important 2. Remove the take up reel. 2. Hold the paper roll so that the end of the paper register in the Mode switch and turn it to OFF position. comes out from the bottom of the roll and place it behind the printer. M PG install two new “AA” type batteries in the battery compartment. 3. Place the end of the paper over the printer. 2. Plug in the power cord into an AC outlet. appears on the display. 2. Press Zk to set the cash register in program mode. 3. Press ?u to set the register in “Jounal” mode. 4. Remove the printer cover by lifting up. 5. Turn the Mode switch to REG and press l key so that the paper is fed about 15 cm. 6. Remove the left plate of the take up reel and insert the edge of the paper between the gap of the shaft. 1. Turn the Mode switch to PGM position. 2. Enter C then press k key for setting the register in the program mode. 3. Enter ??XB then press k to set the 7. Turn the reel a few turns so that it holds the 4. Referring the tax table on page E-12 of the 8. Place the take up reel behind the printer and User’s Manual, enter the tax table number for Tax table 1 then press p key. For example, to set Alabama 4% state and local tax, enter ?Z?Zp. Note: If there is no tax table falling under your requirement, please see “To set tax tables and rounding system” on page E-41 of the User’s Manual to set tax rates manually. 5. If necessary, repeat the step 4 for Tax table 2. 6. Press k key to complete the settings. Note: By default, department 02 is programmed as taxable status 1 and the rest of departments are set as nontaxable status. If you wish to change the taxable statuses of departments, please see “To change taxable statuses of departments” on page E-14 of the User’s Manual. QSG256STP*E3 1. Turn the Mode switch to PGM position. “P” 5.To set tax rate register in the tax program mode. 3. Remove the battery compartment cover and By default, your cash register issues receipts. You can change it to print journals by changing the setting. • Once the time has been entered, the Cash Register will print a confirmation receipt showing the date and time at the bottom check that this is correct. 3.To turn the cash register on 1. Insert a Mode key that comes with the cash Note: At this point the till will automatically turn off, as the setup procedure has been completed. Please note that the key is still in the OFF position. To set a journal paper paper securely then replace the left plate. press l key to reduce a slack of the paper. 9. Replace the printer cover. Note: If you wish to restore the register to “Receipt” mode, press Zu in step 3. The default setting of your cash register is to print receipts. If you wish to use it to print journals, please see the above. Getting to know your cash register 1.Mode switch Daily job flow 3.Keyboard 2.Display 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 Before opening your store 7 • Plugged in? 5 • Enough paper roll? *1234%67 • Date and time are correct? (pages E-63 and E-64 of the User’s Manual) 1 3 Mode switch 11 12 Anytime you press a department key to register an item, corresponding department number appears here. 2 PLU number display 13 14 When you perform a PLU registration, corresponding PLU number appears here. 3 Number of repetition 15 16 2 PGM OP Operator key 1 Department number display Program key The Program key marked PGM can select any position of the Mode switch while Operator key marked OP can select only OFF, REG, or CAL positions. PGM RF OFF REG CAL X Z OP key - - ¡ ¡ ¡ - - PGM key ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ ¡ 1 PGM (Programming) This position is for setting your cash register to suit the needs of your store. 2 RF (Refund) Use this position to correct registered items. 3OFF The cash register turns off in this position. 4 REG (Register) This position is for normal transactions. 5 CAL (Calculator) Entered values (unit prices or quantities) and calculated values (subtotals, totals, or change amount due) are displayed here. Up to eight digits numbers are shown in this area. 5 Character display This digit shows the last character set in the character program mode (P2). Total (T) or change (C) appears when a total, subtotal, or change amount is displayed on part 4. While the store is open • Registrations (page E-15 of the User’s Manual) When you register an item repeatedly in a department, the number of repetition appears here. 4 Numeral display 8 9 1 l Press to feed the receipt or journal paper. 2 h Press to register multiple quantity of an item. Also this key is used for displaying date and time. 3 4 Select this position when you use the cash register as a calculator. 6 X (Read) y g Press to correct the last operation if it is not registered in the memory (before pressing a department key) Press to discount items in price. Also this key is used to correct wrong entry after pressing a department key. This is the position used for issuing daily sales totals report without clearing the data. 7 Z (Reset) 5 i PLU (Price Look Up) key is used to preset unit prices of items. This position is for issuing reports of daily totals with clearing the accumulated totals. 6 : Press to discount items in rate. Also this key is used to assign cashiers by ID numbers. 7 ~ This key is used to program a tax rate. ? > , ' Numeral entry keys 9 " Decimal point key 10 a 8 These keys are used to register 8 items in corresponding department. a to f keys are used for four arithmetic calculations in the calculator mode. MA1407-E • Enough small change in the drawer? 10 17 11 c Received on Account key. Use this key when you receive money and put in the drawer without any transaction. 12 v Paid Out key Use this key when you withdraw money from the drawer. 13 j Press this key before you input any number for your reference. Also, by combinations with department keys, items can be registered in up to 24 departments. 14 m Check/No sale key. Use this key when the payment is made by checks. Also pressing this key opens the drawer without any registration. 15 k Use this key to calculate the subtotal. 16 u Use this key for charge sales. 17 p Cash Amount Tendered key. Use this key when the payment is made in cash. Also this key functions as the equal (=) key in the calculator mode. • Issuing latest total sales report if needed. (page E-26 of the User’s Manual) After closing the store • Issuing day’s total sales report. (page E-26 of the User’s Manual) • Withdraw the money from the drawer. After you withdraw all the money from the drawer, we recommend that you leave the drawer open when you leave your store. • Turn the Mode switch to OFF.
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