Question about Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator
I have two calculators. One got battery acid in the battery holder and my other one turns on but does not function correctly. Is there hope for either one?
I know how to "fix" the one with battery acid on it.
Simply get a small wire brush and clean the +/- ports (the ones that have the acid on them.) (I use the term "simply" very loosely.) I suggest that you do this over a sink or a plastic bag, and don't let any of that acid get on you, it is very dangerous (it is corrosive, but the corrosion won't affect plastic.) The one with the malfunctions; while holding the [CLEAR] button, take out ALL of the batteries and put the same ones in (if they are good.) and relese the clear button and turn on the calculator.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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