The top zoom button is pushed into the hole and offset. The button still functions and I have tried pushing it over to line up with the whole but then it won't work. Without a schematic I am afraid to take the back off and attempt to fix it. Any suggestions?
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You do not say that you opened the Y= editor and typed in at least one function and THEN pressed Graph. If you do not enter a function, all you will get are the axes (if the calculator is configured to display the axes. 1. Open the Y= editor. 2. Type in a function EXample y=2X+1 (To type X press the [X,T, Theta, n] key) 3. Press ENTER to validate the function. 4. Press the GRAPH button. 5. If you do not see a straigt line press the ZOOM button 6. Select ZoomSTD
To set the watch it needs to be in T1 setting, you can do this by using the C (top right) button, to chose just push once and the number should change, hold to set it to T1.
After that, push the A button (top left), this should hopefully display 'Light'. If it still displays 'Offset' then you are still in T2 (offset lets you offset the GMT). Try the C steps again.
Once 'light' appears you can scroll through the menu using B (bottom left), at which point you should find the time selection option. It should be flasing, use the two far right up and down buttons to then set the time/date etc. Press B to move on to the next setting. When you are done press A.
This unit has a calibration function which can compensate for temperature errors of +/-30 deg F. Hold the BAKE button for 4 seconds to enter this mode. Use the Temp UP/DN buttons to adjust the temperature offset. Push START to enter the new offset.
Also, the typical manual oven thermometers are notoriously inaccurate.
If this doesn't solve your problem, next items may be the temperature sensor or control board. If it is the control board we may be able to repair it for you at www.fixyourboard.com.
Most keyboards now a days usually tell you on screen whether or not the caps lock is on but its possiblbe that when you press the key yowards the left or right hand side a light goes on or possibly in the top center if this is not the case then you may have a faulty keyboard.
Kyle850. I have a fujifilm finepix camera myself, and just recently had the same problem. The camera worked fine until one day I turned it on to take a picture and there was the "card not initialized" message. To fix the problem, just turn on your camera, push the menu button and use the right/left arrow buttons near the zoom button in the top left corner of the camera. Push the right arrow button until you come to the "option" window in the camera's view finder and use the "up" function of the zoom to highlight the "set-up" window. Press "ok", and use the right arrow button scoll over to the "2" tab and press the ok button again. Then use the "up/down" function of the zoom button to scroll down to the "format" tab. Press ok button again and use the "left" button near the zoom in and out button to highlight the "ok" option in the format window. By pressing the ok button here, it will reformat and reinitialize your picture card. If you do have pics already on your pic card, you may want to take your pic card to a photo center and see about recovering these pics before you go through the reformat process because there is a good chance that when you reformat your pic disk any pics on it will be gone. Good luck. SG