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Figure 8-6.—An example of a postage meter head.
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Figure 8-8.    An example of a meter head engaged to the meter base.
registers, Credit Balance (Descending) and Cumulative Total (Ascending).   The ascending register shows the total amount of postage used and advances each time a tape is printed.   The descending register indicates the balance of postage credit remaining in the meter and is reduced each time a tape is printed.  Use these numbers at  the  beginning  and  ending  of  each  business  day  to compute the amount of postage sold. Part 3:  SETTING LEVERS.  These levers are used to set the amount of postage.  The two “Black” levers are used to make meter tapes for $.99 or less and the “Red” levers are used for $1.00 up to $99.99. Part 4:  METER LIFTING HANDLE.  Use this handle to lift the meter head off the meter base or to remove it from the meter head case. Part  5:    INDICATOR  WINDOW.    Exact  amount  of postage that will be printed can be read easily in this display  window.    After  you  have  selected  a  postage value, check that the correct amount will be printed by a quick glance at the figures in the window. Part  6:   DATER  COVER.   The  dater  cover  opens  to expose  the  date  changing  mechanisms. The  meter incorporates a safety device that permits operation only when the dater cover is completely closed.  If the cover is left open when the tape trip lever is depressed, a safety device will lock the machine and prevent it from starting the operating cycle. Part 7:   HIGH DENOMINATION BUTTON.   When you  select  postage  of  $1.00  or  more,  hold  this  red button down while you depress the tape trip lever.  This feature  prevents  the  unintentional  printing  of high-value tapes. 8-16 1 2 3 5 4 6 PCf0807 Figure 8-7.—An example of a postage meter base.

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