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Figure 8-7.—An example of a postage meter base.
tapes  showing  .00  in  the  indicia  or  for  less  than  5 cents.  Meters do not print a single tape for more than $99.99. The following are parts of the meter head: Part 1:  LEAD/PLASTIC SEAL.  COPEs use this seal to secure the meter head after setting (adding) postage to the meter.  (The seal is NOT actually a part of the meter head, but clerks should be aware that the seal must be present and secure before accepting or using the meter.) Part 2:   RECORDING  MECHANISM.   The postage meter  incorporates  two  visible  postage  counting 8-15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 8 9 PCf0806 Figure 8-6.—An example of a postage meter head.

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