Friday, May 16, 2003 at 18:43:44
Name: William M.
Object: casio cq 1
I had a casio cq 1 when I was a kid and am interested in acquiring one again. Do you have any suggestions as to where I might be able to obtain one? I've been trying ebay for awhile with no luck.
Date: 12 Jan 2003 at 22:35:27
Do you offer your vintage calculators for sale? I am interested in the Casio
fx-450 scientific calculator, if you are would like to sell it! email me at:
I don't exchange or sell calculator from this collection.
May be it will be a option for the future.
You will be aware.
Tuesday, May 06, 2003 at 21:24:16
name: Juan F.
object: Casio FX201P
Good afternoon: I have a Casio FX201P from 1980 in perfect conditions. But his manual of programming is loss and for that reason
I request its by sending me by Internet.
If you don't have this manual, how can I resolve my problem?.
You can download .pdf manual from www.silrun.de
Friday, April 25, 2003 at 07:03:33
name: Zvi B.
object: Casio Melody
I am a owner of a Casio Melody 80
I would appreciate your advise as to how to set the time and date, or alternatively could you refer me to anybody who can give me the instructions. Any assistance appreciated.
Sincerely, thanks for your time and attention,
I'm sorry i cant't answer soon. Please post Dotpoint forum
name: Alessandro m.r.
object: solicitud de manual
tengo una hp 42s pero no se usarla por favor le agradeceria si me envian el manual es de la HEWLETT PACKARD
I don't have manuals. Please post Dotpoint forum or ask HPmuseum (see link in homepage)
name: Max S.
Rummaging through my desk I found my old TI-55-II, which I had completely forgotten about. I bought a couple of new 1.5V batteries for it but it doesn't seem to work. The old batteries had been in it for 20 years. Is there a way to tell if it is in working order? Are you interested in buying it? As for as looks go, it's in perfect condition, though I suppose that if it doesn't work it can't be worth much to anybody. I also have the case & the little instruction pamphlet.
thanks for taking the time to read this.
There's contact corrosion by battery acid. Gently remove the green coating with specific chemicals or tools. Be sure the metal track over the flexible circuit is'nt broken. It it's the case, you have to open the calculator and rebuild contacts using conductive silver paint, copper strip, soldering iron and much fantasy. Once restored expect to have another problem: a bouncy keyboard. Thanks for your offer, i'm not interested to buy this calculator.
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