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Operating the Postage Meter
Each  day  the  meter  is  to  be  used,  the  meter custodian should enter the following information on PS Form 3602-PO (see figure 8-10): Block 1:  UNIT OR STATION.  Enter the station where the  meter  is  assigned.     For  example,  FPO  AE 09561-0001. Block  2:    METER  MFR.    Enter  the  manufacturer’s name. For example, Pitney-Bowes. Abbreviations such as “PB” are permitted. Block  3:   METER  NO.   Enter  the  meter  head  serial number  located  just  above  the  high  denomination button. Block 4:  DATE.  Enter the current date. Block 5:   DESCENDING REGISTER BEGINNING. Obtain this number from the meter head’s “BALANCE (Descending)” register reading.   To avoid mistakes on PS Form 3602-PO, write the numbers from right to left and  exclude  preceding  zeroes. For  example,  if  the register window shows “01020.98"first write ”8," then 8-19 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 5 PCf0810 FPO AE 09561-0001 ABS JRD Figure 8-10.—An example of start of the day entries on PS Form 3602-PO.

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