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Kids jumbled up my T1-83 at school. solve doing a re-set, please.

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Hello,
To reset the calculator
Turn it ON
Press [2nd][+] to access (MEM).
Press [7:Reset]
Press[1:All Ram]
Press [2:Reset] [ENTER]ENTER]
Press [CLEAR] to erase Ram Cleared message.

Hope it helps.

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