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Turns on but does not respond to buttons

I have tried clearing the memory it does not work. Problem: Calculator turns on fine. It does not respond to ANY buttons pushed. Help?

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  • mrazmeh Dec 05, 2007

    I have the same problem. I can push buttons for a long time until it responds and I can only turn it off by taking out the regular batteries and then it saus ram cleared the next time I turn it on.

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Replacing usual batteries will work, but removing the "watch" battery will clear all your RAM, so avoid it. Despite all that, i still can't connect the calculator to my computer via the USB cable, so it might have some undesirable after effects. I guess the hardware is a bit of a pushover, thank god I could fix the problem before my major maths test.

Posted on Sep 08, 2007

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Try replacing both the AAA batteries and the back-up batteries. This should probably fix the problem. If not, contact the guys over at Texas Instruments for replacement parts if you need them.

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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