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corroded batteries are replaced. Math Lab: 2 calcs were turned in with corroded batteries. We cleaned the calc with a paper clip and installed new batteries, but no power. Sometimes these is corrosion

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...batteries, even the 303 and I still cannot revived my most important friend in statstics. Calculator will not power on There is a chance there is a battery leakage and the contact is spoilt. That's ...

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nothing happen Try a new set of batteries, also make sure that the battery contacts touch the batteries properly and that they are clean, if old batteries have leaked it may have corroded the contacts

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...Corroded batteries. If you had your batteries corrode on you (they would be crusty at the ends where they connect to your calculator), clean the connections in your calculator with a lightly moist ...

...heads for the positive side of 1 battery. Where can I get this fixed? Or it looks like it is corroded and how would I clean it? For fixing battery connector issue,click the link below ...

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...batteries have corroded somewhat in the calculator. I took them out. Cleaned the battery area and inserted new batteries. Now all of the buttons work except the "Enter" key, so I can't ...

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...batteries in it. Hello, The acid may have corroded the contacts. You should try to clean them thourougly till you get all the rust out. To improve contacts you may try to stuff the springs (not too ...

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...Batteries were corroded, but calculator has brand new batteries now, and problem still persists. Would resetting it just be the right action? How do I do that? its possible that the batteries leaked ...

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...wool if they are corroded or covered with old battery fuzz. Put new batteries in - negative end towards the coil springs generally. Replace sliding hatch. Hoping this covers what you're looking ...

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...batteries from my new, nonabused Chinese TI-30 it had green, corroded battery contacts touching the negative (small) side of the batteries. Clean these contacts up with a light scraping and twirl a ...

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