Toshiba MA-516-100 user manual

User manual for the device Toshiba MA-516-100

Device: Toshiba MA-516-100
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Date of adding : 2014-03-08 13:46:22
Number of pages: 166
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TEC Electronic Cash Register
MA-516-100 SERIES
Owner’s Manual

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The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible. Le socle de prise de courant doit être installé à proximité du matériel et doit être aisément accessible. Copyright © 1999 by TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All Rights Reserved 570 Ohito, Ohito-cho, Tagata-gun, Shizuoka-ken, JAPAN

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EO1-11099 Safety Summary Safety Summary Personal safety in handling or maintaining the equipment is extremely important. Warnings and Cautions necessary for safe handling are included in this manual. All warnings and cautions contained in this manual should be read and understood before handling or maintaining the equipment. Do not attempt to effect repairs or modifications to this equipment. If a fault occurs that cannot be rectified using the procedures described in this manual, turn off th

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EO1-11099 Safety Summary Disconnect Disconnect If foreign objects (metal fragments, When unplugging the power the plug. the plug. water, liquids) enter the machines, cords, be sure to hold and pull on first turn off the power switches and the plug portion. Pulling on the cord disconnect the power cord plugs from portion may cut or expose the inter- the outlet, and then contact your nal wires and cause fire or electric authorized TOSHIBA TEC repre- shock. sentative for assistance. Continue

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 1. Introduction Thank you for choosing the TEC electronic cash register MA-516-100 series. This instruction manual provides a description of the functions and handling of this register and should be read carefully to ensure optimum performance. Since every consideration has been given to safety and reliability, there is no danger of damaging the machine by incorrect operation. Please refer to this manual whenever you have any questions concerning the machine. This mac

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 2. Unpacking (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) [1] Control Key (REG Key, MGR Key, MA Key, S Key; [5] Stamp Ink (1 pc.) 2 pcs. respectively) [6] Ribbon Cassette (1 pc.) [2] Drawer Key (2 pcs.) [7] Journal Take-up Reel (1 pc.) [3] Printer Cover Key (2 pcs.) [8] Owner’s Manual (1 pc.) [4] Paper Roll 45mm x Ø50mm (2 pcs.) [9] Warranty Registration (1 pc.) - 2 -

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 3. Precautions The ECR is a precision machine. Please handle it carefully considering the following guidelines. Remarks on the Location Do not place it where unusual temperature changes are expected or where it will be subjected to direct sunlight. Place it on a flat and level surface with little dust, humidity, vibration, etc. Keep it away from water sources. Be certain that the power voltage in your area matches that required for the machine. (The rated voltage is 1

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Remarks on Operating the ECR The keys on the keyboard function with a light touch. Avoid pressing the keys too hard. Do not handle the machine with wet hands, since this may cause electrical malfunctions and corrosion of parts. Do not apply thinner, benzine, or other volatile materials to the cabinet or other plastic parts. Such liquids will cause discoloration or deterioration. If dirty, wipe off with a piece of cloth soaked in a neutral detergent and wrung out thoro

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EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. Introduction..........................................................................................................1 2. Unpacking ............................................................................................................1 3. Precautions ..........................................................................................................3 Remarks on the Location..................................................

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EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Setting the U.S. Tax Table (Also applicable to PST in Canada)...................................... 22 Setting the GST Rate (applicable to Canada only) .......................................................... 27 Setting the Non-taxable Limit Amount (applicable to only certain areas in Canada).................................................................... 28 Tax Calculation Test.................................................................................

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EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Item Correction (Last Line Voiding).................................................................................. 68 Returned Merchandise....................................................................................................... 68 Void (Designated Line Voiding)......................................................................................... 70 All Void (Transaction Cancel)....................................................................

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EO1-11116 MA-516 OWNER’S MANUAL Address: 3......................................................................................................................... 122 Address: 4......................................................................................................................... 123 Address: 5......................................................................................................................... 124 Address: 6..................................................

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 5. Outline of Preparation Procedure Before Operating the ECR This chapter shows the outline of set-up procedure of the ECR before actually starting the ECR operation. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) 1 Remove the cash register from the carton, referring to Chapter “2. Unpacking” on page 2. And take out all the parts and accessories. 2 Remove the tapes and seals for holding parts or protecting the register surfaces. 3 Plug the power cord of the register into a wall

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 6 Install the Receipt and Journal rolls (referring to Chapter “10. Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll”). Also, install the Ribbon Cassette (referring to Chapter “11. Installing the Ribbon Cas- sette”). 7 If any optional keys are installed or relocated on the keyboard, the optional key setting programming must be performed first before any other programming. Refer to Chapter “15. Optional Key Setting.” 8 Set the time and date correctly, referring to Chapter “12. Setti

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 6. Appearance and Nomenclature Customer’s Display Printer Cover Journal Window Receipt Outlet Validation Slot Operator’s Display Control Lock Drawer Power Cord Keyboard Operator’s Display Validation Slot Used by the operator to confirm the entry contents and Used to print the required item on the validation slip. the status of the register. (page 13) (page 93) Customer’s Display Control Lock Provided for the customer to see the amount entered It selects the type of re

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 7. Control Lock and Control Keys Control Keys There are four types of Control Keys: the REG key, the MGR key, the MA key, and the S key. REG key: The REG key is used by the cashier or clerk who operates ordinary transaction entries. This key can access the positions of OFF and REG of the Control Lock. MGR key: The MGR key is used by the store manager. This key can access the positions of OFF, REG, X, and MGR. MA key: The MA key is used by the owner who will daily supe

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 8. Display The Operator’s Display (front display) is located at the top of the register just above the keyboard. The Customer’s Display may be used only as a rear display if left in the retracted position or it can be positioned for viewing at other angles by pulling it upward and turning it to the desired position. The display has two types of display portions — numeric display and message descriptors (status lamps). Operator’s Display PLU DPT RPT AMOUNT SIGN ALM R T

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES Numeric Display AMOUNT (8 digits for total display, 7 digits for entries): Displays the numeric data, such as amount, quantity, etc. When the obtained total or subtotal amount is 8-digit, the RPT digit is also used for the amount display. When no entries are under way and the Control Lock is in the REG position, the current time is displayed. DPT (2 digits): Displays the code which represents each Department key. It stays lit when repeating the same department entry.

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 9. Keyboard The following is the standard keyboard layout, which was initially set at the factory. This register is designed to be capable of programming most of the keys at desired locations or adding some optional keys in place of the current keys. If you are in need of changing the locations or adding keys, see Chapter “15. Optional Key Setting”. Standard Keyboard Layout LOG RTN VALI 21 26 31 36 DPT RECEIPT JF RF RECEIPT ISSUE MDSE DATE 1 6 11 16 SHIFT 22 27 32 37

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EO1-11116 MA-516-100 SERIES 10. Installing the Receipt/Journal Roll Installing the Receipt Roll WARNING! Care must be taken not to injure yourself with the paper cutter. MGR X 1 REG - Turn the Control Lock to the REG position using a OFF Z Control Key. SET 2 To remove the Printer Cover, insert the Printer Cover Key to the Printer Cover Lock, and then turn it 90° clockwise. 3 Cut the paper end to make it sharp. 4 Place the paper roll in the outer side holder of the two roll holders. Correct Incor


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