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My HP 32sII calculator was functioning perfectly fine. It fell by accident and now none of the right side keys function. What do I do to fix it?

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HP 48SX and HP 48GX calculators have a membrane which connects between the internal circuit boards. This is a common failure point. The "ON" button is often the first button to go out. The calculator can be opened up can cleaned, but it is a little involved. Forutnately someone has posted pictures and information on what to do.

http://www.hpcalc.org/hp48/docs/opening/hprepair.zip

There is a text file with information. The file is big because of the pictures. Summary: Open the case, bend metal clips holding the circuit boards together. Clean up any dust and the contacts. Reassemble.


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When you get the error press any key to suppress the error message. Put the calculator into PROGRAM mode and you will see the line where the error occurred.

Here is what the manual says for ERROR 4 (free translation)
The line number called is not used or does not exist (larger than 448); attempt to load a program line (instruction) where there is not enough space; line label inexistant.
My hunch is that you are attempting to divide by 0: The quantity of which you are taking the reciprocal (inverse function has another meaning) may have a 0 value.
Do not forget to check the input values.
Hope that will help you debug your program

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