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Figure 8-14.—An example of procedures for printing .00 or more meter stamp.
·   Remove  the  meter  stamp  from  the  meter machine.  Verify the amount and place the meter stamp in the upper-right corner of the article. Note:  When customers use name labels or tags to address an article, the meter stamp must be applied in the upper-right corner of the label or tag (see figure 8-15). Occasionally,  an  operating  clerk  may  print  a postage meter tape for the wrong amount of postage.  If the amount of the tape is lower than the total required, use the tape and make a new tape for the difference.  If the  tape  exceeds  the  amount  required,  print  a  new meter  tape.    The  clerk  retains  all  unused  tapes  and submits  them  to  the  meter  custodian  as  part  of  the remittance at the end of the business day. Note: During the business day, another patron may present an article for mailing requiring enough postage and  fees  for  the  clerk  to  use  the  unused  tape  from earlier in the day. ABSENCE OF OPERATOR During short absences from your window, lock the base-operating lever.  During longer absences, such as for lunch, you may release the meter to another clerk for operation.  If you release the meter to another clerk, you must (see figure 8-16): ·   Record  the  descending  and  ascending  register readings on the reverse of the triplicate copy of PS Form 3602-PO.   Both you and the relieving clerk will initial the readings. 8-21 PCf0812 VERIFY AMOUNT SLIDE UP OR DOWN Figure 8-12. —Setting postage amount. PCf0813 3 2 1 VERIFY  AMOUNT SET  AMOUNT DEPRESS  LEVER Figure 8-13.—An example of procedures for printing $.99 or less meter stamp.

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