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Ti 30x IIS displays memory cleared and will not do


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  • Press the "ON/AC" button to turn the TI-30Xa on. If the top-left corner of the display reads either "M1," "M2" or "M3," a number is stored in the corresponding memory.
  • 2 Press "0," "STO" and "1" if the number in the corner reads "M1." The upper-left corner should no longer say "M1."
  • 3 Press "0," "STO" and "2" to clear the "M2" memory. Pressing "0," "STO" and "3" clears the number stored in "M3" memory.


  • Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_8623666_clear-memory-ti30xa.html

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    Casio instructions


    For simple scientific calculators, you have a certain number of memory locations A, B, C, D, X,Y, M. Maybe more,
    To store a value in a memory location you use the [STO] or
    [SHIFT] [RCL] (STO) sequence.

    15 [STO] A (displays 15)
    [RCL] A (displays 15)

    For graphing calculator, you have 26 memory locations, one in each letter. You use the STO key to store as above. You may also have the possibility to store programs, and on certain models a text editor.

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    How do I get 25.4 into Memory. I cannot find memory storage, but I know it's gotta be there?


    Press
    2 5 . 4 STO 1
    or
    2 5 . 4 STO 2
    or
    2 5 . 4 STO 3
    depending on which storage register you want to put the value into. You can recall the value by pressing RCL 1 or RCL 2 or RCL 3 as appropriate.

    Aug 03, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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    Hi & thanks. There is a small 'M' on the top center right of the 'number' screen. How do I get this to go away? Remove the battery? Thanks again & regards, -louis


    This M does no harm. It merely reminds you that you stored something in memory. You can try pressing the AC (Clear All) button. Alternatively, store 0 in all the memories. If I am not mistaken you have 3 memories. Try
    0 STO 1 to clear Memory 1
    0 STO 2 to clear Memory 2
    0 STO 3 to clear Memory 3.

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    I do not know how to delete memory storage like m1 m2 my comp has ON/NC not ON/CO


    When a memory ontains a number other than 0, M1, M2, or M3 displays.

    To clear a single memory, press 0 [sto] 1, 0 [sto] 2, or

    0 [sto] 3. To clear all 3 memories (solar only), press [On/AC].

    Sep 25, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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    How do I reset the calculator after installing new


    [OFF] ON/C] clears display, errors, all pending operations, constant calculations K, and STAT, but not M1, M2,and M3. Sets DEG angle units, floating-decimal format.
    To clear memory M1 : Store 0 in 1
    0 [STO] 1 clears M1
    0[STO] 2 clears m2
    0 [STO] 3 clears M2

    Feb 03, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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    My ignition switch wont turn got a new 1 cant get the old 1 off what can i do


    Hello woodsvincent...The GM ignition switches are designed to be removed with the key in the on position. The lock tumblers in the old switch are likely stuck and/or worn, and if your key itself is worn that makes it worse. Disconnect the negative battery cable, and try another key thats in better shape if possible. Spray a little lubricant in the switch, wiggle and work the key and see if you can get it to turn to the on position...if you can, leave it there!! The switch can be replaced if you can't get it to turn, but it's a lot more labor intensive.
    Let me know how it goes...and i will further advise.
    Good luck and i hope this helps...

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    Cant get M2 off of my TI-30XA calculator


    Remove the six screws on the back cover. After the batteries are installed you need to reset the board. There is a little reset area that needs to be shorted to get the calculator back to normal. Look closely at the circuit board- You'll see a little circle next to the word reset. Its near the middle of the board. Wet your finger- press it on the circle. It should short. Blow it dry with your breath. It should work...

    Feb 21, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

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