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Not turning on/replaced all batteries including back up/

Hey everyone, i havent used my calculator since may 2008 (my last math class) and i need it this semester  for another math class. i've had it since 2003. 
the casing has no noticable damage/no damage at all. i've tried the brightness thing to see if it was all the way down and i still get nothing.
i replaced the 4 AAA's and the backup battery (1616 3v). solutions?

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  • francis b Jan 30, 2009

    could i have banged it somewhere hard and made it stop working? i dont think im that uncareful to bang something thats as solid as a rock & damage it.

  • Anonymous Feb 03, 2009

    Not turning on at all

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    same problem here... the last time i used it was last summer and it worked fine then.tried both the vacuume thing and the brightness thing but neither worked...X(should i open up the calculator and vacuum it?

  • Anonymous May 08, 2009

    i can't get it to turn on or reset itself.i even tried putting rechargeable batteries in it.Clues anybody?

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I had the same problem nothing worked after raplacing the batteries. The problem with me was dirt/dust in the IO-port, I put the nozzle of the vacuumcleaner on IO-port and turned the cleaner on for a few seconds. After that the calculator worked like a charm.

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