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Remove all the batteries. In ones with memory, there are two sets, a 9 volt and 2 x AA.
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What's wrong with it? If you want to change the number of digits shown after the radix mark, press f followed by the number. If you want to change the radix mark between the European and US formats, turn the calculator off, press and hold the decimal point key, press and release the ON key, then release the decimal point key. If you want to see a number other than zero, type it in.
Improper storage (I've done it too), usually means that the batteries have become too hot - and therefore weak. The first thing I'd try is changing the batteries. The 635nm laser operates on (4) AA batteries, and the rotary uses (1) 9V battery. The online reviews for this a horrifically bad - see: http://www.gosale.com/4364289/porter-cable-robotoolz-rt
It can't be done. The Accutime 40240 has a 3V lithium battery behind the 9V compartment that keeps the time should the clock lose AC power or even when the backup 9V dies. If however the 9V is removed, the AC power is disconnected and the lithium battery drains, there is no way for the end user to reset the time. There is a small data port in the 9V battery compartment which is how they initially set the time IMHO but good luck finding a way to do that outside the factory. Besides, these clocks are so cheap its probably less cost to get another clock rather than replace the batteries
Make sure the mower rake angle is not too much,On level floor point one of the blades in a front rear orientation,measure height of blade from floor the front measurement should be no more than 1/4" lower than the rear measurement.If the front of the mower is too low the angle the belt has to run is too much and the belt will twist and wear rap[idly.To raise the front of the deck there are either one or two adjustment rods that attach the front of mower deck to frame tighten this adjustment up to raise the front of mower deck.
same thing happened to me and I've found 2 solutions:
1. Casio has recognized that this is a problem with the battery. If you call the support line and tell them the problem, they will send you a new battery for free. All you need is the serial code on the bottom of your battery.
2. This sounds crazy but it worked for me. Take a 9v battery and touch the connectors to the connectors of your np 20 casio battery. make sure to touch + to + and - to -. hold it there for 30 -60 seconds. put the np 20 back in the camera and put the camera on the dock. this will give it just enough charge that the charger will recognize the battery and start charging your camera to full.