Sharp XE-A177 manual

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    XE-A207/XE-A27 <XE-A177> <XE-A207W/XE-A207B> <XE-A217W/XE-A217B> ELECTRONIC CASH[...]

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    CAUTION: The ca sh reg ister should be se curely fitte d to t he sup portin g plat form t o avoi[...]

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    3 INTRODUCTION Thank you very much for your purchase of the SHARP Electronic Cash Register , Model X[...]

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    4 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ...........................................................................[...]

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    5 Mixed tendering (check + cash) ..................................................................[...]

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    6 PC keyboard method (XE-A217W/XE-A217B) ..........................................................[...]

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    7 Printer .........................................................................................[...]

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    8 1 Part Names and Functions External V iew ■ Front view (XE-A177) Printer cover Operator Dis[...]

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    9 ■ Rear view Customer display RS232[...]

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    10 Printer The printer is a receipt (one station) type thermal printer , and therefore it does not [...]

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    1 1 Keyboard XE-A177/XE-A207W/XE-A207B ■ Keyboard layout ■ Function key list Receipt paper [...]

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    12 Keyboard XE-A217W/XE-A217B ■ Keyboard layout ■ Programing keyboard layout[...]

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    13 ■ Function key list Receipt paper feed key H Help key Guest check receipt key Electronic jo[...]

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    14 ■ Inserting the keyboard sheet (XE-A217W/XE-A217B only) T wo types of keyboard sheets are in[...]

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    15 RS232 Connector/SD Card Slot ■ RS232 connector RS232 ■ SD card slot Refer to the “SD [...]

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    16 Displays ■ Operator display •Screenexample1(REGmode) Sales information area[...]

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    17 The display can be tilted back and forth to the best operational viewing angle. NOTE Do not try[...]

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    18 2 Selecting an Operating Mode When you turn the register on and press the m key , the mode sele[...]

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    19 Mode Selection Procedure Press the m key . The following mode screen is displayed. Use one of th[...]

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    20 3 Prior to Making Entries Preparations for Entries ■ Receipt paper roll If the receipt pap[...]

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    21 Item Selection from the Menu Y our register allows you to select functions from a menu. There are[...]

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    22 HELP FUNCTION The help function allows you to print guidance messages for basic programming proc[...]

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    23 4 Entries Item Entries In this manual, the key description is given basically with the model XE[...]

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    24 Example Key operation Print 1200 6 5 3 d 520 A 4 A PLU entries (indirect PLU entries) Enter a[...]

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    25 ■ Repeat entries The Repeat Entry function allows you to enter a sale of two or more of the [...]

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    26 ■ Multiplication entries Use this feature when you need to enter two or more of the same ite[...]

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    27 ■ Split-pricing entries Y ou will use this function when your customer wants to purchase mor[...]

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    28 ■ Single item cash sale (SICS) • This function is useful when a sale is for only one it[...]

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    29 ■ PLU level shift (for direct PLUs) (for XE-A217W/XE-A217B only) This shift can double or tr[...]

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    30 Example Level 1 : PLU code 1, PLU code 2 Level 2 : PLU code 71, PLU code 72 •Whenyou[...]

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    31 Finalization of T ransaction ■ Cash or check tendering Press the z key to get an including-t[...]

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    32 ■ Mixed tendering (check + cash) Example Key operation Print z 1000 h 500 A ■ Cash[...]

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    33 ■ Credit sale Enter items and press the Ó key . Example Key operation Print | } z Ó NOTE[...]

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    34 Computation of V A T (V alue Added T ax)/T ax ■ V A T/tax system The cash register may be p[...]

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    35 NOTE V A T/taxassignmentisprintedatthexedrightpositionoftheam[...]

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    36 GuestCheck ■ Guestlookup(GLU)system(forXE-A217W/XE-A217Bonly) New gu[...]

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    37 Additional ordering Procedure GLU code [Item entries] (Cash, Check, Credit, Exchange) When pai[...]

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    38 Auxiliary Entries ■ Percent calculations (premium or discount) • Y our register provide[...]

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    39 ■ Discount entries Y our register allows you to deduct a certain amount less than a programm[...]

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    40 ■ Printing of non-add code numbers Enter a non-add code number such as a guest code number w[...]

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    41 Example Preset exchange rate (1.550220) :EX1 Key operation Print 12000 A Currency exchange Am[...]

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    42 ■ No-sale (exchange) Simply press the A key without any entry . The drawer will open and the[...]

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    43 TRAININGMode The training mode is used when the operator or the manager practices register ope[...]

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    44 5 Correction Correction of the Last Entry (Direct V oid) If you make an incorrect entry relatin[...]

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    45 Correction of the Next-to-Last or Earlier Entries (Indirect V oid) Ifyo und anin c[...]

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    46 Subtotal V oid Y ou can void an entire transaction. Once subtotal void is executed, the transacti[...]

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    47 6 Special Printing Function Copy Receipt Printing Ifyourcustomerwantsareceipt[...]

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    48 GuestCheckReceipt(BillPrint) Y ou can use this function when you want to take a bill [...]

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    49 7 Manager Mode The manager mode is used when managerial decisions must be made concerning regis[...]

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    50 8 Reading (X) and Resetting (Z) of Sales T otals • Use the reading function (X) when you n[...]

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    51 Item Mode OPXZ X1/Z1 X2/Z2 X Z X Z X Z General report ○○○○ PLU report by designated r[...]

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    52 Daily Sales T otals ■ Generalreport •SampleXreport “+” dept. sales q’ty [...]

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    53 Report title Item % counter and total Refund counter and total Item void counter and total Void-m[...]

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    54 Order total Paid total Paid total average per transaction counter Order total – paid total Star[...]

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    55 ■ PLU report by designated range PLU range PLU code Sales q’ty and sales amount Total sal[...]

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    56 ■ Individual clerk report ■ All clerk report Clerk name Clerk code Paid total Order tot[...]

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    57 ■ Hourly report * Time Sales total Average of sales amount Transaction counter * When you [...]

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    58 ■ GLUreportbyclerk(forXE-A217W/XE-A217Bonly) * Total GLU code PBAL Clerk c[...]

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    59 Periodic Report Sample Y our register allows you to take consolidation X and Z reports [...]

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    60 9 Prior to Programming When you are in the PGM mode, the keyboard layout will be set to one of [...]

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    61 H W D S : Used for programming characters. For more information about programming charac[...]

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    62 How to Program Alphanumeric Characters This section discusses how to program alphanumeric charac[...]

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    63 ■ Entering character codes Numerals, letters and symbols are programmable by entering the º[...]

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    64 a Programming This chapter explains how to program various items. Before you start programming,[...]

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    65 ■ Programming example The following example shows how to program 2.00 for the unit price, ?[...]

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    66 5.  Ontherstpageofthe“01”window ,programtheunitprice?[...]

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    67 Article Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the article prog[...]

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    68 ■ Department The register can be equipped with maximum of 99 departments. Use the following [...]

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    69 ■ PLU NOTE T o delete a PLU item in the "PLU" window , select the item and press t[...]

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    70 ■ PLU range Y ou can program PLUs in the designated range. Procedure Enter a value or select[...]

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    71 Functional Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the functiona[...]

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    72 ■ Discount ( - ) Procedure Program each item as follows: • AMOUNT (Use the numeric ent[...]

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    73 ■ Percent ( 0 , %2) Procedure Program each item as follows: • RA TE (Use the numeric [...]

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    74 ■ PO Y ou can program an upper limit amount and description for paid-out key . Procedure Pro[...]

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    75 ■ Check cashing Y ou can program the description and the upper limit amounts for check cashi[...]

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    76 Media Key Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the media grou[...]

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    77 ■ Cash key (Cash) Procedure Program each item as follows: • TEXT (Use the character en[...]

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    78 ■ Credit key (Credit1, Credit2) Procedure Program each item as follows: • TEXT (Use th[...]

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    79 ■ Foreign currency (Exchange1, Exchange2) Procedure Program each item as follows: The scre[...]

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    80 Function T ext Programming Y ou can program a maximum of 12 characters for each function by using[...]

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    81 No. Function Default text 49 T otal *** TOT AL 50 Subtotal SUBTOT AL 51 Starting cash memor[...]

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    82 Personnel Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the personnel [...]

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    83 ■ Manager Y ou can program a secret code for manager . Procedure Program each item as follo[...]

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    84 ■ T raining Clerk Y ou can set the training clerk code and text for the training mode title.[...]

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    85 T erminal Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the terminal g[...]

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    86 Date/T ime Setting Y ou can set the date and time for the register . ■ Date/time Procedure [...]

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    87 Optional Feature Selection Use the following procedure to select any option included in the optio[...]

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    88 ■ Basic System Y our register allows you to select various item of basic system. Procedure P[...]

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    89 ■ Rounding Y our register allows you to select various item of rounding system. Procedure Pr[...]

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    90 ■ Function Prohibit Y our register allows you to select whether to enable or disable various[...]

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    91 ■ Function Authority Y our register allows you to select whether to public or to limit func[...]

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    92 ■ Function Selection Y our register enables you to select various functional selections. Pro[...]

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    93 • RCPT CONTENTS (Use the selective entry) TOT AL: Print the total only on the receipt DET A[...]

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    94 •ST A TSTKEY(Usetheselectiveentry) YES: Print the subtotal using the ST[...]

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    95 ■ EURO Change Y ou can program optional functions for EURO change. For the details, refer to[...]

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    96 Report Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the report group:[...]

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    97 ■ Zero skip Y ou can program whether or not to skip “0” in each report. Procedure Progra[...]

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    98 •GT1ONX(Usetheselectiveentry) YES: Print GT1 on the X report. NO: Not to[...]

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    99 ■ Z1Generalreport Procedure Program each item as follows: • SD: SA VE SALES (Use[...]

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    100 Message Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the message gro[...]

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    101 DeviceCongurationProgramming Usethefollowingproceduretoselectadevi[...]

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    102 ■ Display Procedure Program each item as follows: • POWER SA VE (Use the numeric entr[...]

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    103 T ax Programming Use the following procedure to select any option included in the tax group: Pro[...]

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    104 Automatic Sequencing Key Programming If you program frequently performed key operations for the [...]

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    105 ■ Key Sequence 1. In the SETTING window , select “13 AUTO KEY .” • The AUTO K[...]

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    106 Reading of Stored Programs Y ou can read programs stored in the PGM mode. ■ Program reading [...]

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    107 ■ Sample printouts •Departments(PGMmode) Tax status Operating mode Report type D[...]

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    108 •Functions(PGMmode) Report type Sign (plus/minus) Text Type I=Item S=Subtotal Rate HA[...]

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    109 •FunctionT ext(PGMmode) Report type Function Text[...]

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    1 10 •Clerk(PGMmode) Report type Clerk name Clerk code Auto key operation/Pass code 0:Ena[...]

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    1 1 1 •Optional(PGMmode) Item Setting Report type[...]

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    1 12 •Report(PGMmode) Report type Setting Item •Message(PGMmode) Report type R[...]

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    1 13 •Deviceconguration(PGMmode) Report type Setting Item •T axrate(PGM?[...]

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    1 14 •AUTOkey(PGMmode) Report type Auto key text Key operation AUTO key no. •ROM?[...]

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    1 15 SD CARD Mode The register ’s data can be saved to the SD memory card, and the programming dat[...]

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    1 16 ■ Folder name selecting Procedure (1) Select “3 FOLDER CONTROL” in the SD CARD mode [...]

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    1 17 ■ Data loading The programming data can be loaded from the SD card. Procedure (1) Select[...]

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    1 18 b Electronic Journal ■ Electronic journal Thisfunctionisintendedtorecord?[...]

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    1 19 c EURO Migration Function Basicallyyourregist ercanbeautomatical lymodie[...]

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    120 SettingthedateandtimewhentheautomaticEUROmodicationoperation[...]

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    121 d Operator Maintenance In Case of Power Failure When power is lost, the register retains its m[...]

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    122 Installing Batteries This register displays a low battery warning message “LOW BA TTERY” whe[...]

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    123 4. Install two new LR6 (“AA” size) batteries into the battery compartment. 5. Close the[...]

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    124 Replacing the Paper Roll ■ Recordingpaperspecications Besuretousepaper[...]

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    125 4. Feed the end of the paper along with the paper positioning guides as per the diagram. 5. [...]

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    126 ■ Removing the receipt paper roll When colored dye appears on the edges of the paper roll, [...]

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    127 Cleaning the Printer (Printer Head/Sensor/Roller) When the printed text is getting dark or faint[...]

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    128 <XE-A207W/XE-A207B/XE-A217W/XE-A217B> The till in the register is detachable. After closi[...]

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    129 Installing the Fixing Angle Bracket (XE-A207W/XE-A207B/XE-A217W/XE-A217B only) T oprevent?[...]

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    130 Before Calling for Service If you encounter any of the following problems, please read below bef[...]

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    131 e  Specications <XE-A177> Model: XE-A177 Dimensions: 345 (W) x 390 (D) x 300 (H) m[...]

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    132 <XE-A207W/XE-A207B/XE-A217W/XE-A217B> Model: XE-A207W/XE-A207B XE-A217W/XE-A217B Dimension[...]

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    133[...]

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    134 IMPORT ANT The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: BL[...]

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    XE-A207/XE-A27 <XE-A177> <XE-A207W/XE-A207B> <XE-A217W/XE-A217B> ELECTRONIC CASH [...]