In the main menu, choose option 9 - Settings
When requested for the password please type 6195

Settings menu options:

1.
Number of terminal. The password that allows you to change it is 67145. During the same instalation each terminal should have a unique number.

2.
License number. The password is 264264. For each instalation there should be a unique license number.

From 3 to 9
Each functional configuration has a numerical value equivalent to the sum of all the currently selected active options. The value can be inserted numerically. Alternativally, just by pressing “Enter”, we get access to the options list which can be activated or deactivated by pressing either blue key refering to right “>” or left “<”.

3.
Config.A
+1 LCD light on?
+2 Receive messages from the PC?
+4 asks for the number of people at the table or, number of the place on the table?
+8 Turn Off this option to restore original menus
+16 Asks for type of payment?
1-Money   2-Visa   3-ATM
+32 Asks if you want to print the bill?
1-Print 2-Don’t print
+64 Asks for type of cancel
1-with waste    2- without waste
+128 The cancellation is complete or asks which articles to cancel?

4.
Config.B
+ n Number of repeating antennas
+8 When in sleep mode don’t block keyboard
+16 The list of requests is always from the PC rather than start empty
+32 The default amount to 0 (not 1)
+64 PC receives a notification when a terminal is connected
+128 Asks number of the place on the table

5.
Config.C
+1 When getting the bill, it asks for the place?
+2 Font size (4 lines and not 8)
+4  digits on the table, with a bar code reading
+8  digits on the  place, with a bar code reading
+16 Allows for antennas with new software (September 2002)
no limit on the number of articles to request
+32 Automatically checks if the value written in payment type and type of account corresponds to the values of descriptive text Ex: 1-money 2-visa -> only accepts 0, 1 or 2

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10.
Delete the descriptive tree PLUS and complements (PC or other terminal)

11.
Receive the descriptive tree PLUS and complements

12.
Send descriptive tree of PLUS and complements