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The low battery indicator does not turn off, although I changed all the batteries including the back up battery. The calculator is a HP49g+

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  • odelgado Jan 16, 2009

    The problem continue

  • odelgado Jan 16, 2009

    I clean the contacts but the Low battery indicator still is on.

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Its the fault in the internal circuit of the device as its not detecting the battery properly and needs to be repaired to make it proper.

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Take the batteries out for 5 minutes and then, clean the contacts and then reinstall the batteries, make sure u pay attention to proper battery polarity as marked on the battery, this should fix the problem

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This is a problem with the battery sensor of your unit and it needs a repair already , i suggest you to take it to a service center near you if its still under warranty...

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The battery contacts may need cleaned

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Go for a repair...

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    rockfixya Jan 16, 2009

    ok... First try to reset method.
    follow the link>>
    http://newsgroups.derkeiler.com/Archive/...

    if reset did not works means its a time to repair the calculator.

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    rockfixya Jan 20, 2009

    please let me know if problem solved.
    Thanks for using FixYa.

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Just check out the connectors in the socket where you insert the battery.if they r dirty they needs cleaning.just clean them and try again.

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