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Hi, My name is Ana and I'm still using my old TI-85 calculator for abt 13 yrs. The thing is last yr the screen started having the big black spot inside and covering almost entire scree. The calculator still functioning well but it really hard to see the numbers from the black spot screen. Is there anyway I can get it fix? Any local agent in Chandler, AZ that I can go? Pls help.

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I fix all the TI calculators but i am in NY
its very hard to find parts for this model
it wil be better for you to buy a new
or used calculator in good condition
if you still want to fix the Calculator let me know


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