Question about HP 32sII Calculator
Thank you for publishing the manual for this calculator!
Looking at the manual under 'troubleshooting', it refers you to Page A-4 which says:
The calculator won't turn on (steps 1–4) or doesn't respond when you press the keys (steps 1–3):
1. Reset the calculator.
Hold down the X key and press X. It may be necessary to repeat these reset keystrokes several times.
2. Erase memory.
Press and hold down X, then press and hold down both X and X, Memory is cleared and the message is displayed when you release all three keys.
Thing is I added the X's where ther is a blank in the page, as I suspect these were graphics of the keys in the original printed manual? Can anyone please tell me what these keys are?
Thank you David J Power
Hey Dave- take a look at the following link. I like to have the user actually look at the user guide instead of describing it. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If this isn't exactly right or you need more help just add a comment and I'll be glad to help you further. Thanks.
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