argo quick reference guide

argo quick reference guide
ARGO
Quick Reference Guide
SPEEDY BUCK ATM
PO Box 3175 - Lubbock, Texas 79452-3175
806-239-4931
PO Box 12351 - El Paso Texas 79913
915-351-1093
TDN 07103-00229
08/2013
MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS
- Access Instructions -
1. At ATM Welcome Screen, press and hold down the <CTRL>
key (Lower-right corner of keypad), press <1> key, then release
both keys. The Top menu will be displayed.
2. At the Top menu, select Management Functions option. Enter
password and select <Enter>. The Management Functions MAIN
MENU is displayed.
RESTART / SHUTDOWN TERMINAL
Follow Access Instructions to enter Management Functions. Select
SYSTEM PARAMETERS.
RESTART TERMINAL: This function reboots the terminal.
SHUTDOWN TERMINAL: This function powers-down the terminals
operating system.
When prompted that shutdown is complete, turn
On/Off switch on power supply to <Off> position.
DIAGNOSTICS
Follow Access instructions to enter Management Functions. Select
DIAGNOSTICS > DISPENSER.
PURGE: This instructs the dispenser to remove any notes (jams) in
feed path.
TEST DISPENSE: This
instructs the dispenser to dispense minimum
one note from each installed cassette into the reject cassette/area.
Select DIAGNOSTICS > PRINTER.
RESET / TEST RECEIPT PRINTER:
This instructs
.
re-initialize and perform a test printout
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the printer to
CLOSE FUNCTIONS
Follow Access instructions to enter Management Functions. Select
TERMINAL CLOSE FUNCTIONS.
DAY CLOSE: This option is used to complete daily balancing of
the ATM with the processor. Totals are cleared and switched to
the next business day.
TRIAL CLOSE: T his option
functions like a Day Close except the totals are not cleared.
JOURNAL FUNCTIONS
Follow Access instructions to enter Management Functions. Select
JOURNAL.
PRINT LAST X: To view/print previously
records, use the Print Last X option.
audited or unaudited
Example: Entering the number ‘50’ will let you
curred. You may print to the receipt printer.
view the last
50
transactions/events that have oc-
TERMINAL CONFIGURATION REPORT
Follow Access instructions to enter Management Functions. Select
DIAGNOSTICS > TERMINAL STATUS.
CONFIGURATION SUMMARY: This summary is a comprehensive
report of current terminal configuration and hardware status
information.
NOTE: It is highly recommended that this report be printed and saved after initial setup and whenever
changes are made to the terminals configuration.
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CASSETTE CLOSE FUNCTIONS
Follow Access instructions to enter Management Functions. Select TERMINAL CLOSE FUNCTIONS.
Select CASSETTE CLOSE.
Select cassette(s) to Close. A check mark (√ ) identi- After cassette(s) have been reinserted in the disfies which cassette(s) are selected.
Press <Enter>.
penser, press
<Enter>.
Note: If an NMD-50 dispenser is installed, wait for the
cassettes to LOCK (this is done automatically). Press
<Enter> if applicable.
Place selected cassette(s) IN SERVICE.
A Close report is displayed to be printed or
This
Press <EnNote: The NMD-50 cassettes Must be Locked and In
saved.
Service for normal operation.
ter>.
operation will reset the number of bills in the
cassette(s) to
ZERO (0). Press <Enter>.
Enter
Cassette Quantity (number of notes, NOT
Press <Enter> to
accept entry. Repeat for each selected cassette.
value) for the selected cassette(s).
Remove and Replenish the selected cassette(s).
Procedures for specific dispensing mechanisms cassette replenishment are on the following pages.
Note: If
an
cassettes to
NMD-50 dispenser is installed, wait for
UNLOCK (this is done automatically).
the
A TRIAL CASSETTE CLOSE report automatically is
displayed to be printed or saved.
Print and retain a copy
for starting point reference. Press <Enter> to return to
Close functions.
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REPLENISH SCDU/HCDU CASSETTE
STEP
ACTION
1
Unlock/Open Cabinet security door. Open the
Reject Bin door and remove any rejected notes.
DO NOT recycle rejected notes!
ACTION
STEP
5
2
Remove
Place currency in the cassette. Push the GREEN
release lever and slowly push packer forward
against the notes.
the cash cassette by lifting slightly
and pulling forward.
open the lid.
Unlock the cassette and
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3
Pull the packer plate to the front of the cassette (towards the handle) until it locks.
4
Count
the number of bills that remain in the
cassette, if any.
Count the number of bills that are being added
to the remaining notes.
The TOTAL of these amounts will be entered
in the “Enter Cassette Quantity” prompt for
Cassette Close procedure.
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Grasp
the handle and slide the note cassette
fully into the dispenser.
REPLENISH SDD CASSETTE
STEP
1
ACTION
Unlock/Open
dispenser
security door .
Grasp
the cassette handle and
remove the cassette.
ACTION
STEP
4
Lift the reject tray.
Push the packer plate
to rear of cassette
2
and latch in place.
Cassette MUST BE PRIMED with the cassette
key before inserting on o the loading tray. Insert key and turn clockwise to show GREEN
indicator in window.
5
Green window
Count
the number of bills that remain in the
Count
the number of bills that are being added
cassette, if any.
to the remaining notes.
The TOTAL of these amounts will be entered in
the “Enter Cassette Quantity” prompt for Cassette Close procedure.
Cassette “primed”
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***WARNING***
cassette and slowly
release the hold-back
If RED is indicated in the window on the side
of the currency cassette, NEVER attempt to
latch allowing the
packer plate to move
insert the cassette into the dispenser or the
forward against the
loading tray!
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Place currency in the
notes.
Close the cas-
sette lid.
Slide cassette on to the loading tray. Lift lid to
expose the reject tray. Remove any reject notes.
DO NOT recycle rejected notes!
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Remove cassette from
loading tray . I nsert
the cassette key and
“PRIME” the cassette
(“Green” indicator).
Install the cassette
into the dispenser.
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REPLENISH MINIMECH CASSETTE
STEP
ACTION
1
Unlock/Open dispenser security door. Grasp
Tray handle and remove note cassette
STEP
2
Remove
ACTION
5
Place
currency in the cassette.
6
Grasp
the handle and slide the note cassette
packer forwards against the notes.
Slowly
push
any rejected notes from the reject
compartment.
DO NOT recycle rejected notes!
3
Move the pusher plate to the rear of the tray
(towards the handle).
4
Count
the number of bills that remain in the
cassette, if any.
Count the number of bills that are being added
to the remaining notes.
The TOTAL of these amounts will be entered
in the “Enter Cassette Quantity” prompt for
Cassette Close procedure.
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fully into the dispenser.
REPLENISH NMD-50 CASSETTE(S)
STEP
1
ACTION
Unlock/Open
dispenser security door.
Grasp
cassette handle with one hand while holding
mechanism with the other.
Pull
cassette out
s l i g h t ly ,
then
place one hand underneath.
cassette.
Remove
STEP
5
ACTION
Place currency in the
cassette and move
packer plate against
2
Press the green
lid. Flip the lid
a flat surface.
the notes.
release button and lift the
back fully letting it rest on
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Extend
the
“Pawls”
on packer plate fully.
Close
lid and install
in dispenser.
3
4
Move the packer plate towards the rear.
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Count
the number of bills that remain in the
cassette, if any.
Remove reject vault.
Open vault by rotating
Green release lever
“ counterclockwise ”.
G rasp lid and open .
Remove any rejected
notes . DO NOT re cycle rejected notes!
Rotate Green release
Count the number of bills that are being added
to the remaining notes.
lever again and close
lid.
I n s ta l l
reject
vault in dispenser.
The TOTAL of these amounts will be entered
in the “Enter Cassette Quantity” prompt for
Cassette Close procedure.
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REPLENISH RECEIPT PAPER
Note: This procedure requires terminal is powered up.
STEP
ACTION
STEP
1
Open control panel. If paper remains on
roll, cut or tear paper between roll and
printer.
4
Install new paper roll onto spindle.
2
Press
5
Insert paper/spindle into paper bracket.
Paper feeds from TOP of roll!
3
Remove spent paper roll and spindle from
paper bracket.
6
Feed end of paper into printer take-up slot.
Paper will feed automatically through
the printer and slightly out front of unit.
the manual feed button to clear
remaining paper from feed path.
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ACTION
COMBINATION LOCKS
Introduction
The security cabinet can be secured using either a mechanical or electronic combination lock. This page covers
how to operate the combination of either lock.
Operating the Mechanical Lock
Unlocking the Lock
There are two marks on the dial ring. The index at the top is used for opening the lock, The index 30 degrees to
the left is used only when changing the combination.
The
dial should always be turned slowly and evenly.
A revolution is counted each time the selected number is
Do not turn the dial back to compensate for over-dialing a number. If, when dialing
the combination, any number is turned beyond the index, the entire sequence must be repeated.
aligned with the opening index.
Unlocking 3-number combinations (For Example, “50-25-50”)
1.Turn the dial to the Left at least four (4) complete turns to clear the combination lock to accept the combination.
2.Using the ‘Opening Index’, turn the dial to the Left, stopping when ‘50’ is aligned with the opening index,
the Fourth time.
3.Turn the dial to the Right, stopping when ‘25’ is aligned with the opening index, the Third time.
4.Turn the dial to the Left, stopping when ‘50’ is aligned with the opening index, the Second time.
5.Turn the dial slowly to the Right until the bolt retracts.
Operating the Electronic Lock
The electronic lock combination consists of six digits. Upon arrival, the combination of the lock should already
be preset to
1-2-3-4-5-6. Note: Change this combination! See User manual for combination change procedures.
Entering the Combination
1.Enter the current combination and check for proper operation. After each keypress, the lock
After the final digit has been entered, the lock will beep twice, and the open period will begin.
2.
will beep.
When a valid combination has been entered, the operator will have approximately 4 seconds to open the lock.
3.To open the lock, turn the outer dial clockwise.
4.
After the lock is opened, the cabinet door may be opened.
Lockout Feature
The lock includes a ‘Wrong Try Penalty’ lockout feature that prevents entry from unauthorized personnel. This
feature performs as follows:
•
Entry of four (4) consecutive invalid combinations starts a 5-minute delay period.
-LED flashes red at ten (10) second intervals.
• At the
5-minute end of the delay period, two
delay.
(2)
more consecutive invalid combinations will restart an additional
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