Question about Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator
Bought in 11/02/07. I can see the numbers on the display area when looking directly at it; however, I can see only see the numbers when the calculator is moved foward, and I look at the numbers from about display area from about 45 deg. behind the calculator. I rarely used it. Why can't it display numbers at normal position? Why move about a foot foward and my eyes at 45d deg. then I can see the numbers? Do I need to get new battery?
I would say new batteries or a new calculator.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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