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Turning off a Casio fx-300MS hand-held calculator


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Does any GtGer know of a user forum devoted to Casio hand-held calculators?

I have one, rarely used, and have forgotten how to turn it off. (I <think> it may turn

off automatically after going unused for a period.)

 

I'd be glad to get a reference to a more-than-just-advertising Casio users' site. Thanks. ….batpark

 


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This is what I found,

 


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zep516: My nameplate info: CASIO 

                                              fx-300MS

                                              S- V.R.A.M.

 

The model designation is <close> to the one in the demo you cited I will look at it.

 

I really appreciate your help, on this query and on dozens of others over many, many years. (Hard to believe, but I am approaching 

the big century mark.) I wish you the best for the new year.    batpark


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What about this too.

 

https://www.google.c...t5NoP6q-NuAY_25


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Ben04: Thanks for your help with my "turning OFF the Casio calculator" problem. I appreciate your reaching out to me.

As of now however, I'm good with letting the device turn off automatically after being inactive for a period of time.  ....wdc


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