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MgFrobozz 3:20pm on Friday, October 29th, 2010 
Excellent math tool This calculator performs. Without being a graphing calculator, this tool has a lot of functions. Excellent design Just love the 4 line display - I can enter a long list of numbers (especially useful for my accounting class) and check the numbers a...
gspurlock 8:24pm on Monday, April 19th, 2010 
The numbers 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 stopped working after two months. There was no physical damage to the calculator. Since there is a one year warranty.
neokia 2:42am on Saturday, April 17th, 2010 
My other calc is a HP 50g and I got this one to have an inexpensive beater calculator. Wow is this a bargain!

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ENGLISH

OPERATIONAL NOTES

To insure trouble-free operation of your SHARP calculator, we recommend the following: 1. The calculator should be kept in areas free from extreme temperature changes, moisture, and dust. 2. A soft, dry cloth should be used to clean the calculator. Do not use solvents or a wet cloth. 3. Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or store it where fluids, for example water, can splash onto it. Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam, perspiration, etc. will also cause malfunction. 4. If service should be required, use only a SHARP servicing dealer, a SHARP approved service facility or SHARP repair service. SHARP will not be liable nor responsible for any incidental or consequential economic or property damage caused by misuse and/or malfunctions of this product and its peripherals, unless such liability is acknowledged by law.

CONTENTS

Page USING THE CALCULATOR FOR THE FIRST TIME... 3 OPERATING CONTROLS.. 4 INK ROLLER REPLACEMENT.. 8 PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT.. 9 BATTERY REPLACEMENT.. 10 HOW TO CONNECT THE AC ADAPTOR (OPTION)... 11 ERRORS.. 12 REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY FOR MEMORY PROTECTION. 12 SPECIFICATIONS.. 14 RESETTING THE UNIT.. 15 CALCULATION EXAMPLES.. 135

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USING THE CALCULATOR FOR THE FIRST TIME
First, pull out the insulation sheet for the memory protection battery (installed for retaining the date/ time/tax rate information). Reset the calculator to initialize the unit's state, then adjust the date and time before using the calculator. Removing the insulation sheet, and resetting 1. Pull out the insulation sheet for the memory protection battery.
Adjusting date and time Example: In the case of 3:38 p.m. on 15 September 2004 Operation

RATE GT SET

Display

15. 09. 2004 15-0.

(see GRAND TOTAL / RATE SETTING MODE SELECTOR) * When the adjustment is complete, the clock starts at 3:38:00 p.m.

2. Press the RESET switch located on the back of the unit. (See RESETTING THE UNIT.) * The clock starts from 00:00:00 a.m. on 1 January 2005.

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OPERATING CONTROLS

OFF P PIC

POWER SWITCH; PRINT / ITEM COUNT MODE SELECTOR:

OFF: : P: PIC:

Power OFF Power ON. Set to the non print mode. Power ON. Set to the print mode. Power ON. Set to the print and item count mode. 1) For addition or subtraction, each time is pressed, 1 is added to the item counter, and each time is pressed, 1 is subtracted. The count is printed when the calculated result is obtained. Pressing of , clears the counter. 2) When the grand total/rate setting mode selector is in the ON position (GT), the counter will count the number of times that the calculation results have been stored in the grand total memory. To print and clear the count, press the key. 3) The memory item counter will count the number of times that the key has been pressed in the addition.
Note: Each time the key is used in the subtraction, 1 will be subtracted from the count. The count is printed when the memory is recalled. Pressing of the key clears the counter. Note: The counter has a maximum capacity of 3 digits (up to 999). If the count exceeds the maximum, the counter will recount from zero.
ROUNDING SELECTOR: Example: Set Decimal Selector to 2. = 0.444. , = 0.555. 4 5/0.45 0.44 0.9 0.56 0.56 0.55
Note: The decimal point floats during successive calculation by the use of or. If the decimal selector is set to F then the answer is always rounded down ( ).

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GRAND TOTAL / RATE SETTING MODE SELECTOR:
GT: Grand Total : Neutral RATE SET: To set the date, time, and tax rate, set this switch at the RATE SET position. Date: Enter in the order of day, month, and year, then press to complete the entry. Use to separate day, month, and year. When is pressed, the number entered is evaluated and displayed as date if the value is within the following range; Error is displayed otherwise, and the previously set date is restored. Day: 1 - 31; Month: 1 - 12; Year: 2000 - 2099 (in 4 digits) or 00 - 99 (in 2 digits) Time: Enter in the order of hour, minutes, then press to complete the entry. (There is no entry available for the seconds value. The clock starts at zero second.) If the hour/minute digit is less than 10, it is not necessary to enter the first digit 0.
Use to separate hour and minute values. is pressed, the number entered is When evaluated and displayed as time if the value is within the following range; Error is displayed otherwise, and the previously set time is restored. Hour: 0 - 23 (24-hour system for the hour entry), Minute: 0 - 59 Tax rate: Press three times, enter the tax rate, followed. by A maximum of 4 digits can be stored (decimal point is not counted as a digit). Only one rate can be stored. If you enter a new rate, the previous rate will be cleared.

DECIMAL / ADD MODE SELECTOR: 0: Presets the number of decimal places in the answer. F: The answer is displayed in the floating decimal system. A: The decimal point in addition and subtraction entries is automatically positioned to the 2nd digit from the lowest digit of entry number. Use of the add mode permits addition and subtraction of numbers without entry of the decimal

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point. Use of , and will automatically override the add mode and decimally correct answers will be printed. CLOCK / CALENDAR KEY: Each time this key is pressed, the mode switches. Calculation mode Date display mode Clock display mode Calculation mode Use this key also to adjust date and time (see GRAND TOTAL / RATE SETTING MODE SELECTOR).
PAPER FEED KEY LAST DIGIT CORRECTION KEY
NON-ADD / SUBTOTAL KEY: Non-add When this key is pressed right after an entry of a number in the Print mode, the entry is printed on the left-hand side with the symbol #. This key is used to print out numbers not subjects to calculation such as code, date, etc. Subtotal Used to get subtotal(s) of additions and/or subtractions. When pressed following the or key, the subtotal is printed with the symbol and the calculation may be continued.
By pressing this key even in the Non-print mode, the displayed number is printed without any symbol. When the POWER SWITCH; PRINT / ITEM COUNT MODE SELECTOR is set , P or PIC position, and Date or Clock is displayed, press this key to print the displayed contents, including # symbol, from the left side of the paper roll. Example: Date printing #2004 (In the case of 15 September 2004) Clock printing # (when the time is 10:30 a.m.) # (when the time is 6:25 p.m.) When the Date / Clock printing is complete, the Calculation mode is restored. CLEAR / CLEAR ENTRY KEY Press this key twice, followed by the set tax rate. TOTAL KEY EQUAL KEY , to print

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CHANGE SIGN KEY: Changes the algebraic sign of a number (i.e., positive to negative or negative to positive).
RECALL AND CLEAR MEMORY KEY
RECALL MEMORY KEY TAX-INCLUDING KEY PRE-TAX KEY AVERAGE KEY: Used to calculate the average. GRAND TOTAL KEY COST PRICE ENTRY KEY: Press this key to enter the cost price. SELLING PRICE ENTRY KEY: Press this key to enter the selling price. MARGIN ENTRY KEY: Press this key to enter the margin.
DISPLAY SYMBOLS: M G E : Appears when a number is in the memory. : Appears when a number is negative. : Appears when a number is in the grand total memory. : Appears when an overflow or other error is detected.

TAX+ : Appears when the total calculated includes tax. TAX : Appears when the total calculated excludes tax. TAX : Appears when the tax rate is set.
* Although all available symbols are shown here for instruction purposes, these symbols will not appear on the screen simultaneously.

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INK ROLLER REPLACEMENT
If printing is blurry even when the ink roller is in the proper position, replace the roller. Ink roller: Type EA-772R WARNING APPLYING INK TO WORN INK ROLLER OR USE OF UNAPPROVED INK ROLLER MAY CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO PRINTER. 1) Set the power switch to OFF. 2) Remove the printer cover. (Fig. 1) 3) Hold the top of the ink roller and remove the roller by pulling it toward you and then upward. (Fig. 2) 4) Install the new ink roller in the correct position. Make sure that the roller is securely in place. (Fig. 3) 5) Put back the printer cover. Fig. 2 Fig. 3
Cleaning the printing mechanism If the print becomes dull after long time usage, clean the printing wheel according to the following procedures: 1) Remove the printer cover and the ink roller. 2) Install the paper roll and feed it until it comes out of the front of the printing mechanism. 3) Put a small brush (like a tooth brush) lightly to the printing wheel and clean it by pressing. 4) Put back the ink roller and the printer cover. Note: Do not rotate the printing mechanism manually, this may damage the printer.

Fig. 1

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PAPER ROLL REPLACEMENT

Never insert paper roll if torn. Doing so will cause paper to jam.
Always cut leading edge with scissors first. 1) Insert the leading edge of the paper roll into the opening. (Fig. 1) 2) Turn the power on and feed the paper by pressing. (Fig. 2) 3) Lift the attached metal paper holder up and insert the paper roll to the paper holder. (Fig. 3)

Fig. 2

Fig. 3 Fig. 1 DO NOT PULL PAPER BACKWARDS AS THIS M AY C A U S E D A M A G E T O P R I N T I N G MECHANISM.

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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
To Install or Replace Batteries When the battery power becomes weak, printing may be halted, and displayed images may disappear. If such symptoms are observed, replace the batteries with new ones. 1. Set the power switch to OFF. 2. Remove the battery cover by sliding it in the direction of the arrow on the cover. 3. Replace the batteries. Be sure that the + and marks on the battery correspond to the + and marks in the calculator. Always put back the 4 batteries at the same time. 4. Put back the battery cover. Battery: Manganese dry battery, size AA (or R6) 4

If the leaked electrolyte gets into eyes, wash off with clean water, and consult your doctor immediately. If the leaked electrolyte gets on your skin or clothes, wash off thoroughly with water. Remove batteries if not used for prolonged periods of time. Do not leave dead batteries in the unit. Do not mix new and used batteries and/or battery types.

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HOW TO CONNECT THE AC ADAPTOR (OPTION)
This machine can also be operated on AC power by use of AC Adaptor. When the AC adaptor is connected to the calculator, the power source is automatically switched over from dry batteries to AC power source. AC adaptor: Model EA-28A
CAUTION Use of other than the AC adaptor EA-28A may apply improper voltage to your SHARP calculator and will cause damage.
Make sure that you turn the calculators power off when connecting or disconnecting the AC adaptor. To connect the AC adaptor, follow steps and. To disconnect the AC adaptor, simply reverse the procedure.

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ERRORS
There are several situations which will cause an overflow or an error condition. When this occurs, E will be displayed. The contents of the memory at the time of the error are retained. If an E 0. is displayed at the time of the error, will be printed in red and must be used to clear the calculator. Also, in rare cases, printing may stop midway and the indication E appear on the display. This is not a malfunction but is caused when the calculator is exposed to strong electromagnetic noise or static electricity from an external source. Should this occur, press the key and then repeat the calculation from the beginning. Error conditions: 1. When the integer portion of an answer exceeds 12 digits. 2. When the integer portion of the contents of the memory or grand total memory exceeds 12 digits. (Ex. ) 0 3. When any number is divided by zero. (Ex. 5 )
REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY FOR MEMORY PROTECTION
Time for battery replacement Life of the memory protection battery is approximately 2,500 hours at 25C(77F) with no operation battery installed, and the AC adaptor not connected. * When the memory protection battery is weak, the date/time setting is initialised (1/1/2005, 12:00:00 a.m.). Verify the date/time setting in the date/clock display mode after replacing the operation battery or when connecting the AC adaptor with no operation battery installed. If the date/time setting is modified or incorrect, promptly replace the memory protection battery with new one. (The life of the pre-installed battery may be shorter than expected because of the time the calculator spends during shipment.) Method of battery replacement Use one lithium battery (CR2032). Caution: Replacing the battery will clear the date and time settings, and the stored tax rate.

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1) Set the power switch to the OFF position, and disconnect the AC adaptor. 2) Remove the battery cover on the back of the unit. (Fig. 1) 3) Remove the exhausted battery and install one new lithium battery. Wipe the battery well with a dry cloth and place the plus + side upward. (Fig. 2) 4) Replace the battery cover by reversing the removal procedure. 5) Press the RESET switch on the back of the unit (See RESETTING THE UNIT).
After battery replacement Connect the AC adaptor, and set the power switch to the ON position. Check that 0. is displayed. If 0. is not displayed, remove the battery, reinstall it, and check the display again. Readjust date, time, and tax rate settings. On the battery replacement date label found on the back of the unit, write down the month and year when the battery is replaced, as a reference for the next battery replacement. Precautions on battery use Do not leave an exhausted battery in the equipment. Do not expose the battery to water or flame, and do not take it apart. Store batteries out of the reach of small children.

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SPECIFICATIONS
12 digits Operating: 6V (DC): Manganese dry battery, size AA (or R6) 4 AC: Local voltage with AC adaptor EA-28A (Option) Memory backup: 3V (DC): (Lithium battery CR2032 1) Memory Protection Battery lifespan: About 2,500 hours (While at 25C (77F), no operating battery is installed, and the AC adaptor is not connected.) CLOCK SECTION Accuracy: Items to be displayed: Items to be printed: Time system: Operating capacity: Power supply:
Within 60 seconds per month average (at 25C (77F)) Day, month, year, hour, minute, second Day, month, year, hour, minute 24-hour
Mechanical printer Approx. 2 lines/sec. (At temperature 25C (77F), when 7419 + is printed. An AC adaptor EA-28A is used. The printing speed will vary with the number of rows and the figure types to be printed.) Printing paper: 57mm (2-1/4") 58mm (2-9/ 32") wide 80mm (3-5/32") in diameter (max.) Operating temperature: 0C 40C (32F 104F) Power consumption: 6V (DC): 1.8 W Operating time: Manganese dry battery, size AA (or R6) Approx. 4,500 hours (in nonprint mode, displaying 555555 at 25C (77F) ambient temperature) Operating time depends on the type of battery and type of use. Dimensions: 150 mm (W) 230 mm (D) 51.5 mm (H)

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