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Maintaining  the  ROM  System
Figure  1-3.—ROM  master  menu. F7—Views  or  displays.  Displays,  usually  on a  separate  screen,  the  information  described  on the  current  screen  in  the  F7  key  description. F8—Finds  a  particular  record.  Takes  the record  identification  code  specified  in  the  field provided and searches for that record. The screen will  then  display  the  specified  record,  or  if  that record does not exist, it will display the first record that  follows  the  specified  record. F9—Respecifies   current   record.   Allows   a record  to  be  respecified  during  viewing. F10—Exits  from  the  current  screen  to  the screen  previously  displayed. ESC—Exits.  Exits  from  the  current  screen  and returns  to  the  ROM  master  menu. You   should   save   all   source   documents   or transactions entered in the ROM until you have a successful backup at the end of the day, at which time  they  can  be  filed.  If  there  is  no  source document, you should keep a list of transactions. If,  for  any  reason,  the  ROM  system  cannot  be used,  you  should  save  all  data  until  the  system is back on line and reenter it at that time. Upon completion of ROM processing, you must exit the system so someone without authority won’t have access to the system by using your security access. Logging Off the ROM System Once  you  have  completed  your  functions  on the ROM, you will have to log off the system. To log  off  the  system,  depress  Esc  until  the  ROM master  menu  is  displayed.  Then  enter  16  and depress  RETURN/ENTER.  If  you  are  using  the Zenith   Z-248,   enter   the   word   ship  then  Y  to position the read/write heads on the hard disk to a  safe  location.  If  you  are  using  Honeywell  AP, enter PARKAP, then depress any key other than ENTER to park the heads. Depress the ON/OFF power  switches  of  the  monitor  and  terminal.  Then turn  the  printer  switch  to  the  OFF  position. Maintaining  the  ROM  System The maintenance of the ROM system should be   done   by   qualified   technicians   only.   Any problems  that  cannot  be  resolved  by  the  ROM user should be referred to the ship’s store officer for  action.  The  ROM  system  itself  does  not require a lot of maintenance. The most common problem  you  will  have  with  the  ROM  system  is dust which builds up over a period of time when the computer is not cleaned. To cut down on dust 1-5

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