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When we put in a problem (e.g. 6x6) the first few lines at the top are on top of each other... I replaced the batteries but still a problem.

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I noticed that the ti 83 plus and ti 84 plus APPS seem to miss up, even more since he ti 84 came out. And the only difference is more memory. But, they do have more APPS now and have tried to tweek some of them but, they get pretty bad at times. The stuff on the internet causes a lot of problems like yours. If you run an APP maybe it might clear out the screen is a quick fix. What you said it reminds me of study cards or some graphing APPS screwing up. Make sure you graphing and plot are off too. And then run some APPS and see if it helps.

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