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My TI-84 Plus Silver Edition graphing calculator screen shows only a dark solid green. I have changed the batteries. What could be the problem?

Asked by kellinger (4points) May 18th, 2010

It was working fine and now the screen turns to a solid dark green when turned on

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dpworkin's avatar

Check and see whether both your Xscl and Yscl values are too small. If that’s what’s wrong, try pressing [WINDOW] and adjust the Xscl or Yscl or both.

Les's avatar

Was it like this before you changed your batteries?

When my batteries are dying, I usually have to adjust the screen contrast. Once I change my batteries, the contrast is still set to the old, high level. Maybe you just have to adjust the screen down a bit?

I have an ancient TI-83, but I assume the contrast settings are about the same?

ShiningToast's avatar

Your contrast could be way high.

Hold 2nd, and hit down on the pad multiple times and see if that helps.

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