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Unable to get any response other than syntax error

Have a new TI30XIIS and all efforts to get it to work fail yielding only syntax error
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  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    syntax error

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    this is so ******* annoying

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Push the button that says "2nd", then push the number "0". This will reset the calculator. After resetting, it should work again.

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My son cleared the memory to fix the syntax issue.  The solution involved hitting the delete and memory key at the same time....

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