(See page 17 and 18 of the TE-2200/TE-2400 Dealers Programming Manual)
So what does all this mean?
You will sometimes see "INIT", "0000000000" or "LLLLLLLLLLL" on the screen any of these are Initialize mode.
There are UP TO 11 digits in your Init code. It is a string of numbers from LEFT to Right.
By default all digits are zero's EX: 0000000000
DIGIT 11 is a Zero if you want the secret Password to be printed on the INIT slip? Make it a number 4 if you don't.
DIGITS 7-10 would be your secret four digit password to protect anyone from getting into PGM MODES 3-7 and changing your settings.
Lets say you want a password and you don't want the password (Lets say the password is 1234) printed when you do a flag clear.
Then your code so far is:
DIGIT 6 is for language. 0=English, French=1, Spanish=2 and German=4
DIGIT 5 is Time and date format
DIGITS 3&4 and very important, This is Model Number. If you have a TE2200 your code has to be 25 and 04 for a TE2400
DIGIT 2 is tricky. If you want to use the Clerk Feature where you need to use Clerk keys make this a #1 on a TE2200 because you probably wont need table tracking.
DIGIT 1 is self explanatory. For Dollars=0, Euro only=1
But, I don't want to password anything and I don't want to be bothered with having to Clerk in and out to run a sale.
This is D11-->00000022500<--This is D1
After entering this number, press Subtotal key. The machine will print our a receipt with the IPL Version and the code that you just put in. Turn key to REG mode.