Atm Response code Meaning

For ATMs, response code 70 is used to denote a system error.

A curious mind would then have another query on whether there are some more response codes and what do they mean. So here is the list for ATMs

Atm Response code Meaning

Atm Response code00 Successful

Atm Response code01 Successful

Atm Response code50 Unauthorized Usage

Atm Response code51 Expired Card

Atm Response code52 Invalid Card

Atm Response code53 Incorrect PIN

Atm Response code 54 Database Problem

Atm Response code 55 Ineligible Transaction

Atm Response code 56 Ineligible Account

Atm Response code 57 Transaction Not Supported

Atm Response code 58 Insufficient funds

Atm Response code 59 Insufficient funds

Atm Response code 60 Usage Limit Exceeds

Atm Response code 61 WDL Limit Would Be Exceeded

Atm Response code 62 Pin Tries Exceeds

Atm Response code 63 WDL AMT already reached

Atm Response code 64 Invalid Credit Card Cash AdvanceAmount

Atm Response code 68 External Decline

Atm Response code 70 System Error

Atm Response code 71 Contact Card Issuer

Atm Response code 72 Destination Not Available

Atm Response code 73 Routing Loopback

Atm Response code 74 Message Edit Error

Atm Response code 76 Dormant Account

Atm Response code 77 Account is locked

Atm Response code 78 Inoperative Account

Atm Response code 79 Acct Not Connected to ATM Card

Atm Response code 89 Acquirer limit exceeds

Atm Response code 93 Minor Acct

Atm Response code 94 Insufficient Funds

Atm Response code 95 Insufficient- mod-funds

Atm Response code 96 Drawing Power

Atm Response code 150 Blocked Card

00000 Normal Status
Normal Status
20001 Unable to detect a cassette
Replace and remove the cassette. Examine the micro-switch on the left-hand side on the left side of the dispenser. Adjust the micro-switch , if necessary Also, check the plastic clips in white that secure the cassette into the right position. If they’re broken, the cassette will not remain within the dispenser.
20002 Low Cash
Low cash warning sensors on dispenser is in operation. If “Low cash warning” is selected within the Transaction Setup menu, this sensor will activate once the cassette has reached (+/-) 75 dollars. If the machine is usually full of money, we recommend turning off this feature.
20003 Reject Bin is full
Empty reject bin, if the bin is empty, perform an Cassette Complete (from The settlement menu) If this does not help, then make sure that BIOS, AP as well as CDU ROM versions are compatible.
20004 Vault Door is Open
This problem occurs when both the circuits between the mainboard as well as door switch is closed. Check vault door switch. This white switch can be situated in the left-hand corner, which is located on the top of the vault or along with the edge on which you will find the tray for cash. Also , make sure the two wire connector is attached at the rear of the main board. The vault switch should be moved forward to help with door clearance issues. Make sure there is a connection between the switches and connector located at the mainboard.

20005 CDU Type Mismatch
CDU ROM does not match AP software. The mainboard and the dispenser are both programmed using the national code (USA or Canada). The codes have to match. If they don’t, the error 20005 will be triggered and the CDU needs to be programmed again to be compatible with it with the AP of the mainboard. In addition, if incorrect parameters are input during the time that it comes to programming the CDU has been programmed the error may be observed.

20010 Receipt Paper Jam
Get rid of jammed paper by releasing the receipt drawer with a single press that has the green sticker on in front of your printer. In many cases, you will need to take the printer off to identify difficult jams. Note: Don’t use metal objects to remove jams. Use an ordinary business card or paper. Be sure that you are using 21# papers. Paper with a thinner thickness is more likely to jam.

20012 Lever for feed to the printer that is open
Shut down the tray for feed of the printer. If the tray for paper is closed, try closing and opening the tray. Try the reset button on the printer. If not, the printer could need to be serviced.

20013 The receipt paper is not valid.
Refill the roll of paper If there isn’t any papers in your printer,, look for any obstructions or jams. Test the reset switch on the printer. If the printer still displays an error, your printer may need to be serviced.

20014 The thermal printer has been overheated.
If the error occurs in the process of printing an extensive journal, let the printer cool before trying again. You might also use the reset button on the printer to eliminate the error. If this issue persists then the printer may require servicing.

2021 CDU detects the amount of bills before the dispensing
This means that as the ATM was preparing to start, it was able to detect a sensor that was blocked inside the cash machine (CS2 sensor). Get rid of any bill jammed in the dispenser. If there are no bills in the dispenser, Try using compressed air to clear and clear the machine (a sensor could be blockage by dust). Make sure that all belts are reseated. The loose belts could slide off the rollers and stop sensors.

21315 CDU detects any bills prior to the dispensing
This indicates that when the ATM was in the process of initializing, it identified a sensor that was blocked within the cash machine (CS13 sensor). Take any bills that are jammed from the dispenser. If there aren’t any bills, use compressed air to clear and clear the machine (a sensor could be inaccessible due to dust). Make sure that all belts are reseated. Belts that are loose can slide off the rollers and interfere with sensors.

21A15 CDU detects debts prior to the process of dispensing
This indicates that when the ATM was preparing to start, it discovered a sensor that was blocked within the dispenser for cash (CS1A sensor). Get rid of any bill jammed in the dispenser. If there are no bills in the dispenser, use compressed air to clear and clear the machine (a sensor could be blockage by dust). Make sure that all belts are reseated. The loose belts could slide off the rollers and stop sensors.

21B15 CDU detects the amount of bills before the dispensing
This indicates that when the ATM was preparing to start, it detected a sensor that was blocked within the dispenser for cash (CS1B sensor). Take any bills that are jammed from the dispenser. If there are no bills in the dispenser, Try using compressed air to clear your dispenser (a sensor could be blockage by dust). Make sure that all belts are reseated. The loose belts could slide off the rollers and interfere with sensors.

24A15 CDU detects the amount of bills before the dispensing
This means that as the ATM was in the process of initializing, it was able to detect a blocked sensor inside the cash machine (CS4A sensor). Get rid of any bill jammed in the dispenser. If no bills are in there, use compressed air to cleanse your dispenser (a sensor could be blockage by dust). Re-install all belts. Belts that are loose can slide off the rollers and interfere with sensors.

24B15 CDU detects invoices prior to the dispensing
This indicates that when the ATM was preparing to start, it detected a sensor that was blocked inside the cash machine (CS4B sensor). Take any bills that are jammed from the dispenser. If there aren’t any bills, use compressed air to clear and clear the machine (a sensor might be blockage by dust). Make sure that all belts are reseated. The loose belts could slide off rollers , and interfere with sensors.

90001 Error during card swipe
The error happens when a customer is trying to use their cards but fail. This could mean that the reader requires cleaning or repositioned, or it could be that the user was not able to swipe their card correctly. If the issue persists Clean and then test the card reader with the diagnostics. Note: It is typical to see an error like this in the report and is not always a sign of an issue with the part or a defect.

A0008 Receipt paper cutter error
Take out any jammed paper. It may be necessary to take off the printer in order to clear jams. Beware of using metallic objects to remove the jam. Utilize a business card, or stiff paper for clearing jams. If not, you can try the reset button or having your printer serviced.

A0803 Receipt Paper Jam
Remove jammed paper and release the receipt drawers with a single press on the green sticker that is located on in front of your printer. It is possible to take this printer’s holder from your ATM to get access to the jam. Note: Don’t use metal objects to remove jams. Instead, use cards for business or papers to poke about.

A0808 Receipt paper cutter error
Take out any jammed paper. You might need to unplug the printer to eliminate jams. Note: Don’t use metallic objects to remove the jam. Utilize a business card, or paper that is stiff to remove jams. Alternately, you can attempt to reset the printer or get your printer repaired.

ADN04 Printer connection error
Examine the cables connecting Printer and Mainboard Remove cables (even even if they are connected) and reconnect. Make use of an electrical parts contact cleaner to wash the terminals. Reset the option on your printer. If this issue persists then the mainboard or the printer might require servicing.

ADN0F Printer connection error
Verify the connections that connect Printer and Mainboard Remove cables (even although they might be connected) and reconnect. Make use of an electrical parts contact cleaner to clean terminals. Test the reset option on your printer. If the problem persists then the printer or mainboard might require servicing.

ADNxx Printer connection error
Verify the connections connecting Printer and Mainboard Remove cables (even even if they are connected) and reconnect. Make use of an electrical part contact cleaner to wash the terminals. Reset the buttons on the printer. If this issue persists then the mainboard or the printer might require servicing.

Axxx2 The thermal printer has been overheated in the operation
If the error occurs when printing an extensive journal, let the printer cool before trying it again. You might also use the reset button on the printer to get rid of this issue. If the problem persists then the printer may require servicing.

Axxx3 Receipt Paper Jam
Get rid of jammed paper by releasing the receipt drawer with a single press on the green sticker on near the top of the printer. It is possible to take your printer’s attachment from an ATM to get access to the jam. Beware of using metal objects to remove jams. Instead, use cards for business or papers to poke about.

Axxx4 The receipt paper is not valid.
Refill the roll of paper. If the roll is in good condition Then you can try to reset the button in the printer. If it’s not, then the printer is in need of service.

Axxx5 Receipt receipt paper jams up when loading
Clean any jammed paper then load it again. It is possible to take out the printer to remove jams. Beware of using metal objects to get rid of the jam. Make use of a business card or stiff paper for clearing jams. Alternately, you can attempt to reset the printer or get your printer serviced.

C0011 CDU sensor has been in danger of being tripped
This is a sign that, during a dispensing process, the sensor on the side of the CDU is blocked (CS13 or CS2). The most likely cause is a bounced bill that bounces back off the money tray (sometimes from the fingers of a customer). Examine on the back of your CDU as well as the tray for obstructions. Re-initialize the ATM to allow service. In the event of an error that causes a dispute make use of CDU information from the journal to confirm the number of notes actually disbursed.

C0014 CDU sensor has been in danger of being tripped
As with similar to the COO11 issue, this may be a sign of an unpaid bill near at the end of CDU or in the vicinity of the bin for rejects. Look for notes that are jammed or sensors that are blocked.

C001x CDU sensor has been in danger of being tripped
The most common error is a COO11 is a sign of that there is a jammed bill in the sensor that exits the Cash Dispenser. It is usually caused by a client using their fingers to open the cash drawer while the dispense. In addition to changing the cash tray or creating a sign to warn customersto stay away from the cash drawer, loosen the screws that secure the dispenser, then return it.

C0028 CDU sensor has been activated
Make sure the bill dispenser is free of stuck bills and then Restart the dispenser. If there are no bills, Try making use of compressed air in order to clear your dispenser (a sensor might be blockage by dust). In other cases, the dispenser could require servicing.

C002x CDU sensor has been activated
Make sure the bill dispenser is free of blocked bills, then Restart the dispenser. If there aren’t any bills in the dispenser, Try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse and clear the dispenser (a sensor could be inaccessible due to dust). If not, the dispenser might require servicing.

C0030 CDU motor failure
Motor speed (measured by the wheel of encoder) was not in accordance with the specification. Check the CS8 (or encoder wheel) sensor is on and wire connections are in good condition. It could indicate a problem with the encoder sensor or motor.

C0031 CDU Gate solenoid error
The CDU didn’t respond to the solenoid function test. Examine the connections of the wiring with your solenoid(s). Verify the wiring connections with connections to the CDU principal board.

C0032 Outlet solenoid error
Verify and check each connection to the circuit board of the dispenser. Make sure that the circuit board is wired with and from the solenoid(s).

C0033 CDU Encoder error
Most likely caused by the failure of the battery power supply in CDU mainboard. Usually caused due to loss of battery power. CDU mainboard. The only method to repair this issue is to modify CDU data. CDU data. This could require specialized software, and it isn’t possible to do on the phone.

C0034 Double Note detect module failure
Double look for a module that is reporting an error Check the wiring of the module.

C0035 Double Note detect module failure (2)
Double check for module errors Check the wiring of the module.

C0036 The path was scanned for notes before beginning to initialize
One or more sensors inside the dispenser identified a blockage prior to the dispenser’s initialization. Look for any notes in cash Dispenser. If there aren’t any bills in the dispenser, Try with compressed air and cleanse and clear the machine (a sensor could be blockage by dust). In other cases, the dispenser could need to be cleaned.

C0039 Gate sensor open during initializing
Examine the sensor that is activated when closing the door of the refuse bin (2k/4k dispensers, only). If the sensor isn’t being activated, then the problem will be. Verify the springs that are on the bottom of the solenoids. One could be broken or disconnected. If not, the CDU may require repair or replacement.

C003B Notes detected during installation
Look for any notes in cash Dispenser. If there are no bills, you can try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse and clear the machine (a sensor might be inaccessible due to dust). In other cases, the dispenser could need to be cleaned.

C0040 Cassette removed during dispense
Reset the cassette, verify where the microswitch is located on the left rear wall of cassette bay inside the dispenser. Examine whether the plastic clips that hold the cassette in the dispenser.

C0041 I’ve tried to dispensate notes for more than five times
Examine the condition of cash inside the cassette. Make sure it is in high-quality. The CDU belts or Cassette rollers might require cleaning (rubbing alcohol). Verify that the denomination entered in the Transaction setup is identical to the actual amount loaded.

C0042 Note jam
Examine the notes inside the cash Dispenser. If there are no bills, you can try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse your dispenser (a sensor could be inaccessible due to dust). If not, the dispenser might need to be serviced.

C0043 A total of 10 notes were rejected in one transaction
Examine the quality and quality of cash. Straighten and shuffle the cash into the cassette. Review the reject analysis to identify the cause of the rejection (reports menu). In the event that cash of high quality, then you can clean the cassette and dispenser. In other cases, servicing of the cassette or dispenser might be necessary.

C0044 Five notes or more are rejected at a time
Check the authenticity and quality of cash. Straighten and shuffle the cash into the cassette. Examine the rejection analysis to find out the reason of the rejection (reports menu). If your cash appears to be known to be of good quality , you can try cleaning the cassette or dispenser. If not, service to the dispenser or cassette may be needed.

C0046 Hardware Failure of CDU
Error reported during CDU initialization. Examine the cabling for possible blockages as well as the power cycle ATM.

C0047 Feed error
The error happens when the dispenser tries to remove a bill from the cassette but fails before the dispenser has timed out. According to the model of the dispenser, there are a variety of reasons and solutions. It could be as simple as the cassette not being filled or the rollers need to be cleaned prior to update the firmware of the CDU.

C0048 Incorrect count of the bill
Verify the cash amount within the menu for Settlement.

C004A Jammed notes
Examine the notes inside cash Dispenser. If there are no bills, Try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse your dispenser (a sensor could be blockage by dust). In other cases, the dispenser could require servicing.

C004B Long note detected 3 times consecutively
Examine the quality that the money is of good quality. Sort and shuffle the cash in the cassette. Clean the dispenser and cassette. If the problem persists the dispenser or cassette may be needed.

C004C Notes not counted correctly between sensors
Verify the operation of the exit gate. Verify the amount of dispensing notes. Clean the dispenser, then test it with diagnostic tests. Dispenser may require service.

C004D The cash cassette is not properly set
Reset the cassette and check the the position of the microswitch on the right side of the cassette bay inside the dispenser. Examine for the state of plastic clips holding the cassette inside the dispenser. MB1000 Check the condition of the alignment screw for the clutch.

C004E Notes not counted correctly between sensors
Test CDU with diagnostics, and make use of a journal to confirm the quantity of notes dispensing in comparison to notes that were requested. Clean the cassette and dispenser. If the problem persists, the dispenser might require maintenance.

C004F Incorrect count of notes between sensors
Test CDU by using diagnostics, then make use of a journal to confirm the how many notes are dispensed in comparison to notes that were requested. Clean cassette and dispenser. If the problem persists, the dispenser might require maintenance.

C0050 Power failure during dispense
Take any notes off the route. Before re-initializing your ATM first, check the how many notes were dispensed into the cassette with the journal.

C0051 Over 150 notes required
It could be because of too many rejections could require repair or cleaning if they are consistent. Examine the Reject Analysis to assist in determining the cause. Cash quality, the condition of the rollers inside the cassette could affect the condition of the cassette.

C0052 The notes were discovered in the route after dispensing
Take any notes off the track, and verify the number of notes dispensed. Clean dispenser. Check the amount of bills in the journal.

C0053 CDU double detect module failure.
Double detect module may require adjustment. Examine the connections and wiring. CDU Mainboard connection.

C0055 Long notes were detected at the outlet sensor
(See the definition for C0011 error) This is usually an error that occurs when a customer bounces back a bill that is dispensed, causing an exit device to stay in a blockage for longer that is not anticipated

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C0056 Exit gate sensor failure
Examine the condition of the gates for exit and sensors for the exit gate.

C0057 Information on the Cassette is not correctly set
CDU programming may not be 100% accurate or complete.

C0059 Cash cassette 2 taken out prior to dispensing.
Install the cassette with cash. Check the cassette detection microswitch. Reposition the microswitch, if needed.

C005A Cash cassette 1 is removed prior to dispensing
Make sure the money cassette is set. Check the cassette detection microswitch. Reposition the microswitch as needed.

C005B Cash cassette 2 misfeed
Examine the cassette for jams, verify the condition of bills inside cassette.

C005D Double detect continuously
Double detect module is inspected and adjust it if needed. Clean and inspect the rollers and cassette Check the condition of the cash.

C005E Size check error for the command to determine size
Re-initialize the machine, check connections to the mainboard. Verify that sensors are not connected.

C005F Command error for Dispense
Re-initialize your machine, check connections, look for any sensors that aren’t connected.

C006x Sensor failure
Examine the notes inside the cash Dispenser. If there are no bills, Try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse and clear the machine (a sensor could be blockage by dust). In other cases, the dispenser could require servicing.

C007x Sensor failure
Examine the notes inside cash Dispenser. If no bills are found, Try making use of compressed air in order to cleanse your dispenser (a sensor could be blockage by dust). In other cases, the dispenser could need to be serviced.

C0082 Shutter malfunction
Verify all connections to the wiring on CDU mainboard. Reinitialize CDU

C0083 Stacker sensor failure
Verify all connections to the wiring on CDU mainboard. Reinitialize CDU

C0084 Shutter close error
Verify all connections to the CDU mainboard. Reinitialize CDU.

C00AB Notes discovered prior to the initalization
Clear notes on dispenser. It is possible that dust or other obstruction from a foreign object.

C00E0 NS2A, NS2B dark
Nanocash only. Check the connections with sensors. Verify wiring to mainboard.

C00E1 NS4 dark
Verify the connections to NS4 sensor. Verify connections to NS4. Verify that all wires are connected to the mainboard.
CANCEL Users who cancel transactions are charged a surcharge.
It’s not an error, but an estimate of the number of users who are able to say “no” in response to the charge notification.

CDN05 CDU connection failure
Examine the cables connecting CDU and Mainboard Take out the cables (even even if they are connected) and reconnect. Use an electrical parts cleaner to clean the terminals. This issue is a concern only when it is repeated. It could be caused by interference from outside (neon signs lights, neon signs).

CDN0F CDU connection failure
Verify the connections between CDU and Mainboard Take out the cables (even even if they are connected) and reconnect. Make use of an electrical part cleaner for terminals. This problem is serious only if it occurs repeatedly. It could be caused by interference from outside (neon signs lights, neon signs).

CDNxx CDU connection failure
Verify the connections between CDU and Mainboard Remove the cables (even although they might be connected) and reconnect. Use an electrical parts cleaner on the terminals. This problem is serious only if it occurs repeatedly. External interference could cause it (neon signs or lights).

D0001 Modem initialization error
Check modem in diagnostics or modem test. If it is persistent, it could be due to a malfunctioning modem. It is important to note that if the modem is not working properly it will most likely happen frequently. A couple of occasions of such an error do not always mean that the modem is defective. component.

D0002 Reversal transaction failed.
The ATM tried to perform reverse the transaction but was unable to do so. Review the transactions by contacting the processor. Verify CDU functioning using diagnostics. Verify phone connection. Check the error report and look for

D1800, D2000.
D0005 Undefined error in network processing
The host processor reports the code. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between the various processors. Get in touch with you ISO and/or processor in case you notice the majority of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0011 A format error was found in the text.
The host processor reports the code. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between different processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of these errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0012 Invalid Transaction
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between various processors. Please contact you ISO and/or processor in case you notice more than one of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0013 Invalid Amount
The host processor reports the code. The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Get in touch with you ISO and/or processor in case you notice more than one of errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0014 Invalid Card Number
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you notice the majority of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0019 Complete the transaction
The host processor reports the code (Shazam). The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you experience more than one of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0020 Surcharge screen should have displayed
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between different processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0024 Exceeds the withdrawal limit of the issuer
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0031 The financial institution of the issuer is not supported by the processor
The host processor will report the information (Shazam). The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Please contact the ISO as well as your processor when you experience the majority of these errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0039 Credit card not available
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between the various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you notice the majority of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0041 There is no credit account for the CCN
Code that is reported by the host processor (Shazam). The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different for various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0043 Stolen Card
The host processor reports the code (Shazam). The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different for various processors. Please contact the ISO as well as your processor when you experience the majority of these errorsor can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0050 The transaction has not been authorized
Code that is reported by the host processor (Shazam). The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Get in touch with the ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of these errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0051 Insufficient funds
Code that is reported by the host processor. The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Please contact you ISO as well as your processor when you experience more than one of these errorsor are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0052 There is no checking account
The host processor reports the code. The specific meaning or definition may be different between various processors. Please contact you ISO and/or processor in case you experience the majority of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0053 There is no savings account
The host processor reports the code. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Please contact you ISO as well as your processor when you experience more than one of errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0054 Expired Card
The host processor reports the code. Specific definitions or meanings may be different between the various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0055 Invalid PIN
The host processor will report the code. Verify the programming. In the event of an installation that is new master keys aren’t properly bound and the Terminal ID is not working or if the programming is not appropriate for the host, this could be the case. If all programming seems to be correct, get in touch with the processor and ask them to locate the Terminal ID.

D0056 There is no record of a card
The host processor will report the information (Shazam). The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you experience more than one of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0057 The transaction is not allowed – card
The host processor will report the information. Specific definitions or meanings may differ between different processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you notice the majority of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0058 Transactions not allowed – Terminal
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between the various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you notice the majority of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0059 The customer should call his or their financial institution
Code that is reported by the host processor (Shazam). The specific meaning or definition may differ between various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0060 The limit on withdrawals allowed cannot be exceeded.
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between the various processors. Get in touch with the ISO as well as your processor when you experience the majority of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0061 Exceeded limit of withdrawal
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between different processors. Get in touch with you ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0065 Exceeds the limit of withdrawal frequency
The host processor reports the code. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Get in touch with the ISO and/or processor in case you notice more than one of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0067 The capture card is available at the terminal (requires card to be picked up at ATMs only).
Code that is reported by the host processor (Shazam). The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different for various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you experience more than one of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0075 The number of pin attempts over
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between different processors. Get in touch with you ISO and/or processor in case you experience the majority of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0078 No Account
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0080 Invalid Date
The host processor reports the code. The specific meaning or definition may differ between different processors. Get in touch with you ISO and/or processor in case you experience the majority of these errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0081 Time out: response was not received within the allowed time (SHAZAM switches-in-front (SIF) terminals).
Code that is reported by the host processor (Shazam). Specific definitions or meanings may differ between various processors. Please contact you ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of these errorsor are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0082 Cashback limit exceeded.
The host processor reports the code. The specific meaning or definition may be different between various processors. Please contact you ISO and/or processor in case you notice more than one of these errors or are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0083 It is impossible to verify the PIN.
Code that is reported by the host processor. Specific definitions or meanings may differ between different processors. Please contact you ISO and/or processor in case you experience more than one of these errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0084 Processor unavailable and acquirer processor is not able to send message
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between various processors. Get in touch with the ISO and/or processor in case you notice more than one of errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0086 Unable to verify PIN
Code that is reported by the host processor. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between different processors. Get in touch with the ISO as well as your processor when you experience the majority of these errors or can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0090 Completed cutoff for terminal but cannot process days prior to business
The host processor reports the code. The exact meaning or definition of the code can be different between the various processors. Get in touch with you ISO as well as your processor when you experience the majority of these errorsor are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

D0091 Bank unavailable
Code that is reported by the host processor. The specific meaning or definition may differ between different processors. Get in touch with the ISO as well as your processor when you notice more than one of errors, or if you can’t complete a test due to this error.

D0092 System unavailable
The host processor will report the information. The exact meaning or definition of the code can differ between various processors. Please contact the ISO and/or processor in case you notice the majority of these errors, or if you are unable to complete a test transaction due to this error.

 

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