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My clock has blanks in between the #s sometimes and blanks sometimes other places, so I put new batteries in both pieces and it still reacts the same. how can I fix it?I have a s1oscan clock

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From the TI Knowledge Base and FAQ Hope it helps.
If a piece foreign material such as a pencil lead is lodged in the I/O port of the calculator, it may create a short causing the calculator to respond slowly to key press entries.
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