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How to activate the cash drawer kick-out on a Star TSP100 thermal receipt printer?

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I am integrating a Star TSP100 thermal receipt printer and a cash drawer with my application. Does anyone know how to activate the "kick-out" feature on the cash drawer via this printer? I thought it would be when a certain ASCII character was printed, but I've tried printing all the non-printable ASCII characters to no avail. I've mailed Star support but have had no answer. There is a PDF on the printer's installation disc that seems to describe exactly this feature but it's all in Japanese! Any help much appreciated.
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Have a read here, this should give you all the info you need.

http://www.starmicronics.co.uk/techsupport/manuals/tsp100software_en.pdf
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