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Hello, my name is Michiko Bursey, and I dropped by TI-84 graphing calulator. It still gives out correct answers to solved math and chemistry problems, but sometimes a small or medium ink blot (blue) appears on the square screen. Do I need to replace my TI-84 graphing calulator? I am trying to hold on to this one because the TI-84 is expensive to replace. Some people suggest that I throw it away. Thank you Michiko Bursey

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I have a TI-83 and there has been a dark spot on my screen for several years and it has not been a problem. Try to use yours for as long as possible unless the screen is unviewable.

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