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Decimal point problem

Hi there...
i believe i have a problem with my decimal pts position on my calculator. if i push 2 + 2 i get 4 BUT if i push 2.1 + 2.3 i get 4 then if i push 2.3 + 2.30 i get 6.
my calculator is Sharp Business/Financial Calculator EL-733A.
i have no idea how to correct this...please help!

my email is shukij@tdbank.ca.
thank you for hopefully your assistance.

..julie shukis.

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  • shukij Jun 25, 2008

    hi there...no i don't - i am hoping that is my only problem.

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock May 11, 2010

    The sound like the display isn't showing decimals. Do you know how to adjust the display to show decimals?



  • Nina Smit
    Nina Smit Dec 18, 2013

    No I dont and I lost my manual

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Well I was hoping Sharp had the manual available for download. You can try this link to get support:

http://www.sharpusa.com/products/TypeManuals/0,1083,15,00.html

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

  • Nina Smit
    Nina Smit Dec 18, 2013

    Can you help me to set it in olease I need it to show say 00.00

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