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There is a "C" on the screen. I need to get rid of that C.

I need to get rid of the "c" in order to do my amortization calculation. It's not coming up with the accurate answer.

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  • mathwhiz Feb 13, 2009

    When I changed the batteries in my 12c, it now displays a "c" on the bottom right hand side. How do I get rid of this?

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Press "STO" then "EEX" to toggle this function.

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