How To Change A Thermal Till Roll

Changing a 57×40 Thermal Till Roll is typically a straightforward process, but it can vary depending on the type of cash register or point-of-sale system you’re using. Here’s a general guide:

1. Prepare the new roll: Make sure you have a replacement thermal till roll that fits your machine. Ensure it’s the correct size and type for your till. Rolls come in various widths and lengths.

2. Open the till: Many tills have a cover or compartment that houses the 80×80 thermal till roll. Open it up to access the roll.

3. Remove the old roll: If there’s still some paper left on the old roll, tear it off neatly. Then, look for any mechanisms holding the old roll in place. These might be clips, levers, or buttons depending on your till model. Release these to remove the old roll.

4. Insert the new roll: Insert the new roll into the appropriate slot. Usually, there’s a spindle or holder for the roll to sit on. Make sure the paper feeds from the bottom of the roll, as this is the standard orientation. If there’s a specific direction indicated, follow that.

5. Feed the paper: Once the new roll is in place, you may need to manually feed the paper through the till. Some machines do this automatically once you close the cover.

6. Close the cover: Securely close the cover or compartment of the till. Ensure it’s properly latched to prevent the roll from unraveling or getting jammed.

7. Test: After changing the 80×80 thermal till roll, it’s a good idea to do a test transaction to make sure the paper feeds correctly and prints properly.

8. Dispose of the old roll: If the old roll is used up, dispose of it properly. Some paper rolls are recyclable, so check your local recycling guidelines.

Always consult the manual or instructions provided by the manufacturer for your specific till model, as the process might vary slightly. If you’re unsure, don’t hesitate to contact customer support for assistance.