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Display is so light that I can barely read it, I've replaced the batteries and no change

I have a display problem, the print on the screen is so light that I can barely read it. I have replaced the batteries but it didn't make the numbers and letters show up better screen. Any suggestions?

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  • Marlana Mardis Jun 04, 2007

    Thanks a bunch!
    That made it dark enough to read, thank you so very much!

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Have you attempted darkening the display on the calculator through the function keys? Push "2nd" and then push "up" a few times. After resetting the calculator, this setting will always revert to a lower, unreadable setting. I'm sure TI knows about this, but they probably arent too inclined to fix it.

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