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#1 matthu

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Posted 28 September 2007 - 08:55 PM

When I opened my Casio fx-3600Pv for a battery replacement the old one

popped out and so I didn?t see how to place the new one. Should the plus

side on the new battery be placed down towards the electrical components or

vice versa? It seems to work both ways!



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Posted 29 September 2007 - 07:43 AM

Do you have the user manual?

Search for it on internet. Unfortunately we have a manual links post, i search for your calculator and found it, but the file is not available :( , so try for a similar model. Take a look to this one:

FX-3650:
http://ftp.casio.co....650_3950P_E.pdf

Page 55 have an image an explanation of how to do it.

Good luck!.

#3 matthu

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Posted 29 September 2007 - 05:53 PM

Hey thanks, the battery should probably be fitted the same way on my calculator
as on the one you so kindly referred to in the manual. There is no information in my manual about battery change.

By the way, the letter "D" is constantly lit above the zero and can?t be turned off, I?m not sure it was before the battery change, or maybe it was, I haven?t used the calculator for a while?




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