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Battery drain in one day TI-83 calculator

The calculator was working fine one day and then it started draining batteries in less than one day in off. I have tried chargeable and non chargeable batteries

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  • frisom Mar 03, 2009

    What is the hardware error and how is it fixed?

  • frisom Mar 05, 2009

    I'll try that. Thanks! I'll let you know.

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Thats because of a hardware error

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

  • Anthony Li Mar 04, 2009

    By loading the 2.43 OS onto your calc

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My grahic calculator turn on it said TI-83 plus silver edition 1.14 ram cleared and when i press a bottom it turn off again by it self and some time it work for 1 minute and turning off by itself again and...


Most likely that the batteries are drained (depleted). Change the MAIN batteries (AAA), then chnage the backup battery. Avoid letting the calculator go with main and backup batteries removed.

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Replaced batteries now i have black screen


Check the contrast levels (2nd+Down). If that doesn't work take out the 4 aaa's and set the calculator down and wait for a minute or so (for the power to drain from the capacitors) replace them and check if it worked. If that doesn't work, take out all batteries, including the small watch battery and leave it sit for a minute or so, replace them and check. Finally you can try calling Ti-Cares (1-800-842-2737) they're very helpful.

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Not absolutely. The calculator is normally powered by the four AAA batteries. However, if the AAAs drain, then you'll lose all the contents of RAM memory. The lithium battery will preserve the memory long enough for you to replace the AAAs. So, if you don't care about what you have stored in the RAM, you can use the calculator without the lithium battery.

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Ti-83 plus silver edition, battery drain, ive


The Texas Instruments TI-83 is a graphing calculator. It's aimed towards math and science students and lets them graph and compare functions, perform data plotting and perform analysis. It has an updateable memory for adding software applications. The device comes pre-loaded with applications too. An optional connectivity kit allows you to hook the device up to your computer, and there are also optional slide cases to protect it.
  • Turn on the TI-83. Press the On button.
  • Step 2Adjust the display contrast. Press and release the key marked "2nd" and then press and hold the arrow buttons, which are below and above the yellow half-shaded circle.
  • Step 3Go to the Home Screen. You can do this from anywhere. Just press the button marked 2nd and then Quit.
  • Step 4Perform a sample calculation to get the hang of how to use the device: Model flipping a coin 10 times. Track how many of those coin flips end up in a heads result and you want to do this simulation ten times. Press Math and the left arrow which will bring up the MATH PRB menu.
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    My TI-83 plus calculator doesn't work


    As battery gets drained, the screen contrast dims. But when you change batteries, some times the contrast is reset to some low value and the screen appears dead: it is so light that you do not see anything, and you think the calculator is malfunctioning. This is the most frequent reason users think the calculator refuses to turn ON. And I hope that is the case now.
    To correct that, you must increase screen contrast: draken the screen a bit. To do so
    1. press [2nd] key and release it.
    2. Press the Up arrow and HOLD pressure.
    3. Keep pressing the arrow key until screen is dark enough.
    If that solve your problem that is good, rate the post accordingly.. If that does not, do not get irate and berate the post. Post a comment here describing what you did and what message (if any) calculator returned, and I will give you further diagnostic steps.

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    My TI-83 drains batteries as well. used many different new batteries but it still didn't work. is my calculator permanently damaged or can it still be fixed?


    About the only thing that I can can think of is that you may need to replace the internal battery. It is located in a little door with a screw right above the AAA batteries.

    Another thought. The calculator may be staying on and not doing an auto shutoff. The calculator should turn itself off if you forget to turn it off. You can check to see if this is happening by leaving the calculator on, going back later and checking to see if it turned itself off.

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    Because the games programs are writen badly and are running even when the calculator is off. Battery life will be extended if you get rid of the games.

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    These instructions are from education.ti.org, and worked for me.

    1) Take out one of the AAA batteries
    2) Hold down the CLEAR button
    3) Put the AAA battery back in while still holding down the CLEAR button
    4) Let go of the CLEAR button and turn the calculator ON
    5) Press CLEAR to get rid of the error message.

    Then you should be good! All the applications on my calculator were still intact, so despite the error message, the RAM was never actually cleared.

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    Batteries drains quickly


    I had something similar, it kept saying "battery low" after putting in new batteries. Try the Clear method; Take out one battery, hold the Clear button, while holding it insert the battery again and press on, and release. Now press clear again, turn it off and turn it back on again. If that doesn't help... well it must be something else... sorry :S

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