# When i press CE on the tape i get -#C

How do i get rid of "-#" cause when i do addition the numbers turn out red... i never use to get that, and besides the number i get "-+"... what can i do?

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• petunie Feb 19, 2008

LOL... no.... gosh... I thought you are offering me a solution.... you got my hopes up!

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