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Calculator won't turn on and i changed the triple a batteries

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If in batteries in correctly should work unless broken.

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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    Richard Klein Sep 04, 2009

    If you hook the calculator to another calculator or a computer w/ ti connect software explorer its might work if your on switch doesn't work.

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  3. Wiring may be a lil weird
  4. Did u drop it and damage it internaly?
  5. Go 2 a professional and get help like from office max or something

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