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WHAT BATTERIES GO IN THE SHARP YO-370 THERE ARE 2

WHAT BATTERIES GO IN THE SHARP YO-370 THERE ARE 2 ROUBD AND ONE LOOKS LIKE IT HAS A HOCKEY STICK AT END

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SOURCE: Retrieve Password without losing data with Sharp Organizer

According to the YO-370 Operation Manual:

What To Do If You Forgot The Password -
When you have forgotten the passord for the SECRET function, you have to delete the password along with all secret data by selecting "DATA DELETION" from the Function menu. Once the password is deleted, a new password can be entered. Follow the procedure below to delete the password (and the secret data along with it).

1. Recall the Function menu (2nd, FUNCTION)
2. Select "3 DATA DELETION", and press v (3, v)
3. Select "3 SECRET DATA". (3)
The delete prompt "DELETE ? Y/N" appears
4. Press Y (To retain the data, press N)
When Y is pressed, both the password and the secret data are deleted, and the initial display for the previous mode in use will reappear on the display.

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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