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Any calculation on my HP 10s Scientific Calculator gives always zero

The title is the problem. In other words, when I make any calculation, or even just an integer and push the equal sign it will always give zero. How do I fix this? Or would it be necessary to claim the warranty?

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You may need a replacement under warranty.

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TO GET ALWAYS DECIMAL NUMBERS PRESS MODE KEY; PRESS CAS (F3 KEY); USE THE4  SILVER BUTTONS TO GET TO THE NUMERIC OPTION--THEN PRESS F3 (the check mark).  Finally hit OK (f6) twice to get back.  

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