(4) Appendix D of the AFMIS End Users Manual contains a sample SOP for DFO
processing. You can use it to develop an SOP for your dining facility.
3. Access to the System. The DFO Subsystem operates on the AT&T 700 Terminal. The
system operating and user files reside on the AT&T Basic 3B2 minicomputer.
(1) The AT&T system consists of the following items:
(a) A monochrome display monitor.
(c) An Okidata Microline 320/321 printer.
(d) A Racal-Milgo RMD 3221 modem.
(2) For detailed hardware information see manufacturers' guides and documentation.
Turning the AT&T Equipment On and Off.
(1) To turn on the AT&T equipment do the following.
(a) The monitor ON/OFF switch is located on the bottom right of the screen. Turn
the switch on and the cursor should appear within seconds. The brightness control is located on
the left side of the ON/OFF switch. The modem is attached to your terminal and is activated
when you turn the monitor on.
(b) The printer ON/OFF switch is located on the right rear side of the printer.
When you turn the printer on, the character pitch 10, POWER, SEL, and the UTL indicator lights
(2) To turn off the AT&T equipment do the following.
(a) Turn off the monitor power switch; this also turns the modem off.
(b) Turn off the printer switch.
Loading Paper into the Printer.
(1) Make sure the power is off.
(2) Move the paper lever to the forward position and use the following instructions:
(a) Open the access and rear covers to expose the tractors.
(b) Unfold the tractor covers to mount the paper.
(3) Pull the paper through the opening between the printer and the rear cover. The
reference marks on the printer sides show the recommended left edge position for the most
commonly used paper sizes. Do not set the left edge of the paper more than one half inch from