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I'm trying to find someone to help me re-set my calculator from TI. I know it's an older model, but it still works just fine up til now. For some reason, it prints out different amounts than what is entered and now a diamond shape appears on the right side of the amt. Window shows the amt. and whatever step is being done. Print-out shows nothing to compare with the window display.
I would appreciate any advice if possible to e-mail how to correct the problem. I think I might have accidentally put my hand on the memory keys as I was re-adjusting the pulley belt that had slipped off.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.

M. EDMONDS

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Try removing the batteries in addition to reseting the calculator.

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SOURCE: HP 32 won't work

Hey Dave- take a look at the following link. I like to have the user actually look at the user guide instead of describing it. If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If this isn't exactly right or you need more help just add a comment and I'll be glad to help you further. Thanks.
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/bpia5305.pdf

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SOURCE: CASIO DR250TM CALCULATOR

In case you haven't found the solution yet. This is it.
Move buttons to "Print" and "F"
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Press "time"
Press and hold down the % (set key) until the numbers come back and start flashing.
Put in the correct numbers.
Press % (set key) again and your done.
Hope this helps.
Linda

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Sharp EL-1801P III Calculator Setting Time & Date

1. Switch the GT*RATE SET button to RATE SET.
2. Press the date/clock button to display current time.
3. Enter time wanted using military time. 4:52 p.m would be entered as 16.52 (Note the 16 is followed by . then enter the 52. (ie. 10:45 a.m. would be entered as 10.45)
4. Press the date/clock button again to enter new time.

Just reset mine and is current. If the built in battery needs changed, access panel is on the back. It uses a watch type battery.
~DLS

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Adjust the display contrast by pressing and releasing the 2ND key, then pressing and holding the Up key to increase the contrast or the Down key to decrease the contrast.

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SOURCE: functions don't work

The presence of the Fat arrows to the left of the Y1, Y2,etc = functions means that the Transfrm application is running. It takes over the graphing from the native OS.
You must uninstall it.

  1. Press [APPS] and scroll up to go to the bottom of the list of Applications.
  2. Highlight [ : Transfm] and press [ENTER]
  3. In the new screen with the heading "Transfm App" press the number that corresponds to uninstalling the Apps [1:Uninstall]
  4. Try to graph two simple functions Y1=X and Y2=2X.
  5. If these functions are graphed correctly you are back in business, if not turn Stats Plots off.
To turn Stat plots Off
Press [2nd][Y=] (Stat Plot)
Press [4:PlotsOff]
Press [ENTER]

If all else fails, Reset the Ram
Press [2nd][+] (MEM)
Press [7:Reset]
Press [1:All Ram]
Press [2:Reset]
Press [ENTER]
Press [CLEAR] to erase the "Ram Cleared" Message.

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