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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:14 am 
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Hi there,

Does anyone know what the SFKC code is to program a key for "Money Declaration"?
In other words, like 112 is for a "STOCK" key function, and 94 is for "RECEIPT POST ISSUE" etc.

I have a programming manual and the option is listed on address 19, bit #7, but doesn't give the code to assign a key for this option on the SFKC table.

The machine did have this programmed previously, and worked fine until we had to do a RAM clear.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:38 pm 
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Hi,
The key label probably has been changed by a programmer to make it easier for the operator. It is often called cash in drawer or cash declaration. See if you can find something like that label


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2017 5:06 pm 
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Thanks for the info.

Closest I can find is this:

- SFKC Code 90 -> # or #/CID button (Non-Add Number/Cash In Drawer)

But, AFAIK, this is the button that would normally give you a "short" X reading, not a cash declaration before allowing a Z reading.

(Cash Declaration or "cash up" had to be pushed first on Z, the drawer would open and all currency and tender entered, thereafter AT/TL pressed twice before the till would print out a Z reading. At the very bottom of the Z reading it prints what tenders are over or under declared as well - identical to a "cash up")

Anyone that knows more on this?
There is a code to allocate this button on the keyboard, but I can't find it anywhere.


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