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How to disassemble your Ti-84 or Ti-84 silver. Tools needed: 1) Torex #7 (t-7) screw driver 2) Small Phillips screw driver
Remove main battery cover and take out batteries.
Remove the back up battery cover, this will require a Phillips screw driver. After cover has been remove *take out the back up battery.*** WARNING** ...
Use your Torx screw driver to remove the 6 screws noted below.
After removing all 4 screws take a flathead screw driver or a knife and gently pry the 2 halves of the cover apart at each corner. You will hear it p...
Now you need to remove the other 4 circuit board screws. After removing the last 4 screws the circuit board should be loose, lift up on it carefully t...
If your keypad didn't come out when you took the circuit board out it will look like this. Just take you keypad out and your Ti-84 is completely diss...
Now your ti-84 is completely dissembled. Do with it as you please, in my case my keys were sticky so I used some isopropyl alcohol to clean them off....
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So my calculator started to have some problems when clicking the ON button, didn't always turn on and I would just keep pressing it until it was on.
Today was it's last breath... or was it?
Luckily I had all the tools at home so I just did it. My brother had to separate the plastics because I couldn't bare to watch all the pain. =P
Turns out that the negative contact between battery pack and the rest of the calculator was all dead as you can see in the image.
I applied some solder and it was fixed!
Thanks for the tutorial! Very helpful. =)
Thanks for the tutorial. Currently, I don't have the tools to get the screws on the back off, but until I get the tools, I would like to know if the faceplate comes off. Does the grey screen frame come apart from the black area with the keys? I want to get a colorful replacement part just for the piece that surrounds the keys, so, does it come off?
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