Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
A week ago, I opened the case, and it said the ram was cleared, and now the only screen I can get is a solid black one, which I can sometimes get to go blank, and then when I turn it on, it shows the black screen and then immediately turns off.
Have you tried adjusting the contrast using second and the up and down arrows?
Posted on May 23, 2007
I found the solution on mathforum.com as well. What worked for me was doing a memory dump. Following are the instructions that I found: On 2006012917:15:08, silverHalo wrote: > > >One solution is doing a Memory Dump. These are the instructions for >reseting the memory if you can't see the screen. Turn calculator on. >Press the "2nd" (yellow button) and "+" (MEM) function (this takes us >to the "Memory" screen. Then press the down arrow key 4 times (which >is the #5 choice - Reset), then press "enter" (this selects the - >Reset function). Then press "enter" again (this selects the - "All >Memory" funtion). Then the down arrow key once, then "enter"( this >selects the #2 choice - Reset). IF you did it right then you should >see the normal screen again with the word "Memory cleared" or >something like that. If you hold your screen at an angle in a good >light source (sunlight) you can still see what you are doing on the >screen, as it is not totally black. Hope this helps!!
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
Hey, I had the same problem just now and found the solution on a math forum, the link is below. You probably already tried to adjust the contrast by holding down [2nd] and holding down [v] (=down arrow key). Instead try the following: Hold down [2nd] Hold down [v] Release [2nd] but not [v] and it will take the contrast back down to zero. What a relief, right? http://mathforum.org/t2t/discuss/message.taco?thread=1651&n=24
Posted on Jun 16, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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