Question about Texas Instruments TI-30X-IISTK Scientific Calculator
This cheap but good pocket calculator stopped working suddenly. I suspected the battery was the problem and took the old one out. Never tested the battery and now don't remember which way it was in the calculator. The battery is a size of a dime and there is red wires on one electode and black wires to its face with many spots that will touch the battery. Now I tried both ways and it still doesn't come on and now think I might have shorted it out. It says to reset you need to press "on" & "clear". Now I think that I need to press both at the same time which I still have not tried. I have rather press "on" first and then "clear". Have I broke it or should go back to battery store see if they can get it to work? The battery that goes with it is CR2025 3V.
After about 4 times putting the battery in it, it finally started working. I was just about ready to return back to the battery store.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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