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Frozen display and keyboard after battery replacement

I have a TI-34 II calculator which needed a new battery. I replaced the CR2025 battery in the correct polarity and got a brief flash of the red light next to the battery clips. The the calculator reads "ANS>F" and will not turn off or respond to keyboard commands. Is it worth repairing? thank you

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Press [ON] and [CLEAR] at the same time to reset the calculator

  1. if you get unexpected results or
  2. it refuses to turn on, or
  3. screen goes balnk.

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