Image 1/2: Slide the blue cover downwards until it is completely removed from the calculator. Image 2/2: Slide the blue cover downwards until it is completely removed from the calculator.
  • Turn the calculator over so the blue Texas Instruments logo is facing you.

  • Slide the blue cover downwards until it is completely removed from the calculator.

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Image 1/1: Turn the calculator over so the keypad is facing down.
  • If the keypad is not already connected, skip the next 2 steps.

  • Turn the calculator over so the keypad is facing down.

  • Locate the sliding latch towards the bottom of the calculator.

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Image 1/2: At the same time, pull the keypad downwards. Image 2/2: At the same time, pull the keypad downwards.
  • Slide the latch to the right to release the keypad.

  • At the same time, pull the keypad downwards.

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  • Take note of where the keypad and the calculator connect.

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  • Slide the keypad directly into where it connects to the calculator until you hear a click. Readjust as necessary.

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  • Press the "ON" button to make sure that the calculator turns on. If the calculator turns on correctly, you have properly inserted the keypad.

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Conclusion

If the keypad was inserted properly, the calculator should turn on without any errors.

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