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Battery Change I have three Braun ET66 calculators and I tried changing the batteries in each this past weekend. For each, once I pulled the battery and replaced it, the calculator would no longer power on. I tried multiple replacement batteries and had the batteries checked and they were good. What is really odd is that one of the calculators was brand new. Thanks, John

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Hi, i have the same problem with mine, did you manage to work out a solution?

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Hi John
I have had an ET66 in the past but lost it. Would you sell one of yours?
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Alan arobbins@knoll.com

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Hi John

Can't help you with your query but I would be grateful if you could help point me in the direction of where I might be able to buy a Braun ET66

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Mike

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Could be a manufacturers flaw.see if you can exchange them

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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