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Texas Instruments TI-30XA Non-Solar battery replacement

I unscrewed the back, and popped open the top and bottom, but it stops opening 4/5 the way up the calculator.

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Yes, you must apply quit a bit of pressure to open it up. The light grey piece will separate from the dark grey. There are 2 batteries. Watch out for the batteries flying when pulling apart and there is also a plastic washer that goes underneath the battery where it makes contact.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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I really had to "yank" mine apart. I thought I was going to break it but didn't.

Good luck.

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My batteries were fine but the LED display was jammed so it needed to be reset. This can be done either by removing and reinserting the batteries, or by shorting out the reset board. In either case, the back will need to be removed. After I removed the 6 small Phillips screws, I used a small flathead screwdriver (jeweler's size) to pop the two tabs apart on the top of the calculator. I then slid the edge of the screwdriver along one side of the calculator and then the other. The back came off rather easily in this manner.

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