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Stuck in Hexadecimal!

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I'm a math teacher that has three Canon F-603 Scientific and Statistical Calculators. All three have been somehow changed into Hex Mode by unwitting students who have no idea what they did to get them into that mode. I have tried to fiddle with things for the past two years to no avail. These are older calculators that I inherited with the room that I now teach in, so there is no manual to refer to. What are the key strokes to get out Hex Mode?! (And yes, I've tried hitting the Mode key numerous times!)

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Try removing the batteries, and cover any solar displays - or lock in a drawer fro a couple of days.

This may help it revert to it's standard start up routine.

Hope this assists. I cannot find a manual listed for these.

Posted on Jun 20, 2008

  • Richard Perkins
    Richard Perkins Jun 20, 2008

    Try pressing



    Mode 1 then DRG





    May work for you.

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