Re: HP 17BII Dropped!



#2

Hi Mike!

My 17BII was similar (without dropping).
Ask "Számológép" Google Group member 'Dexter' at this topic: Calculator Hardware Malfunctions. He is a great hungarian calc-guru, he repaired my 17BII for free of charge. Maybe he will help to you via email or something similar way!

("Számológép" in English means "Calculator" - This is a very busy Google Group about calcs with 6-8-10 active members. (Számológép == Számoló gép == "A machine which is can calculate" ("Szám" == "Number", "gép" == "machine"))

Greets from Hungary!

Csaba
(ZilogR)


#3

I defintely will.

Thanks so much,

Mike D


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