Some food retailers were still making adjustments to their self-checkout systems last week to allow them to accept the new $20 bills, though most had fixed the problem. Shortly after the bills, sporting new colors, went into circulation Oct. 9, some stores discovered that their machines were not able to process them. Most instructed shoppers to try older bills, as self-checkout vendors quickly worked on implementing hardware and software patches to correct the flaw, usually finishing within ...

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