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Ti 86 hi, i haven't used my calculator for some time..turned it on and there are missing lines in the numbers...hard to sometimes figure it out what number is exactly that i see on the screen w the lines slicing through number...not very good:-).if i darken the screen totally, i have missing "white"lines...is the calculator useless at this point or can it still be fixed? thank you

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  • claybroz Nov 12, 2007

    I have the same problem. I can't use any of the functions because I can't read the menus at the bottom.

  • voyager_e Jan 23, 2009

    I have the same problem. On;y 1/3 of the screen is usable because the lines on the screen are dead.

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Hi I got a problem with Ti-86 which is a line of the screen pixel missing. I tried to increase and decrease the intensity of the screen (2nd and up, down). Also tried to go to MODE function. I have tried those for several times. It works great. The line of those missing screen pixel came back. I don't know why. Just try it.

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