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My Casio MS808V not functioning, the numbers don't show at all, it is like dead, can the battery be chenged?

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Most calculators are solar powered, so the battery can be charged. Check to make sure the solar panel isn't covered up by anything. Other than that, all I can offer is that the keypad is wore out, in which case you could take it to a repair shop, but you are probably better off just buying a new calculator.

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