Closing Out Your Old Terminal
*Be sure to select a time when you will not interrupt sales to make this transition. It should take 5-10 minutes to complete.
1 Close out any open batches in your terminal before unplugging it.
2 Keep your old terminal at your counter or close by just in case there is an issue and you need to continue using it until your new terminal is working satisfactorily.
3 Once the new terminal is up and running be sure to return your old terminal to your previous provider if they own the machine.
Setting Up Your New Terminal
1 Attach the power adapter to your electrical outlet. Connect the other end the power adapter to the connector on the under side of the terminal.
*You may need to remove the cover from the bottom of the terminal to access the power connector. Be sure to re-install it after you complete all cable connections.
2 Connect the ethernet (Internet) cord that was connected to your old terminal to the port with an image of three interconnected squares on the under side of the terminal. If you do not use ethernet, or if you also have a phone backup, connect the phone cord that was connected to your old terminal to the port with a picture of a telephone handset.
*DO NOT use the port with the yellow sticker
3 Wait for your new terminal to boot up. Follow any prompts until it stops on the idle screen showing options including 1 Sale
4 Look for a white logo at the top left corner of the screen (opposite the time). If no logo is present, an issue with your internet connection must be resolved before you continue.
Key Things to Know
– To make a sale press ENTER to view the main menu where several options are available. The up and down arrow keys will allow you to select an option from the list.
You can then press ENTER to access the selcted option.
– Press O to select a hi-lighted option on the screen or press the corresponding number key on the keypad.
– Press X to exit most operations.
– When the terminal is waiting for PIN Pad input it may be neccesary to press X on the Pin Pad keyboard rather than on the terminal if you wish to cancel the operation.