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Reset calculator to original settings

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According to the manual:
To reset the calculator, hold down [CLR] while pressing the third menu key from the left. Repeat if necessary. The calculator displays
MACHINE RESET to confirm that reset has occurred.
The above sequence does not clear all memory and settings.

If you want to completely erase the continuous memory and return to default settings, press and hold down [CLR], the leftmost
menu key, and the rightmost menu key.(Press three keys simultaneously).
When the three keys are released, the calculator displays MEMORY LOST.

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