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Hi- on my Ti-84 plus Under STAT EDIT I do not have L1. It goes straight to L2 and so I can't graph anything.....any ideas on how to get my L1 back? thanks!

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Even if you do not have L1 you can still graph: You have 6 lists to put data in. You are not required to use L1 but you will have to specify the lists. Be it as it may you can restore L1, which in all likelihood you deleted.
Press the [STAT] key and select [4:SetUpEditor] then press [ENTER]

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