Could use some insights fro my friends here. Recently started doing some backroom shifts and have had to deal with this problem of certain items that seem to never stop pulling when you backstock them. They seem to be specific to certain items such as salesplanners taken down with home locations, entertainment revisions, bulk items and newly set revisions or planograms. Certain items just keep re accumulating in caf or autofill batches. I have used the reset accumulator procedure for bulk items and it works but it seems impractical for these other catagories. Older more experienced backroom people tell me its some kind of system glitch and are very comfortable with just keying the pull and instantly re backstocking the item which does seem practical for efficiency purposes. But it does have this spillover effect on the legitimacy of pulls and pull quantity which also make the idea of burning batches using the same mentality only for reasons of laziness. Is there a sequence for backstocking or a process piece I am not aware of that fixes this in a more general way so the other pull items integrity aren't questioned. This glitch wreaks havoc with our higher volume pull quantities and you can always see it in how light commodity items like bleach and water get because of it. Thanks again for your help folks.