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On/off button doesnt turn on

I spilled some juice on my calculator but the cover was on. so i dont really think that the calculator was affected, but now my calculator wont turn on

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Normally if you spill any type of liquid that would certainly affect your calculator from working- i would say that you need to have it replaced

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