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-That’s permanent pressure damage you’ve just applied to the monochrome screen. When you press on them hard the ink in the display gets all messed up. I’m unaware of a fix besides replacing the whole screen.
+If your display looks something like [image|1855758]
-You can probably find a broken calculator on ebay that has a display that’s fully functional (it’s pretty obvious if there’s pressure damage) then salvage the broken calculator’s display and replace your working calculator’s display with it. There’s a teardown guide here: [guide|117983]
+Then that’s permanent pressure damage you’ve just applied to the monochrome screen. When you press on them hard the ink in the display gets all messed up. I’m unaware of a fix besides replacing the whole screen.
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+You can probably find a broken calculator on Ebay that has a display that’s fully functional (it’s pretty obvious if there’s pressure damage) then salvage the broken calculator’s display and replace your working calculator’s display with it. There’s a teardown guide here: [guide|117983]
Let me know if you have any other questions!

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Original post by: TheLastMillennial ,

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That’s permanent pressure damage you’ve just applied to the monochrome screen. When you press on them hard the ink in the display gets all messed up. I’m unaware of a fix besides replacing the whole screen.

You can probably find a broken calculator on ebay that has a display that’s fully functional (it’s pretty obvious if there’s pressure damage) then salvage the broken calculator’s display and replace your working calculator’s display with it. There’s a teardown guide here: [guide|117983]

Let me know if you have any other questions!

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open