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By rahulwalame ·
I have a calculator which worked excellently till yesterday but now what happens is when it is not in daylight it dims out when I again go in daylight it starts functioning properly.I tried to replace the battery also but even then the same problem persists.Kindly tell me whether it is a manufacturing fault or what else.

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by Mehul Bhai

What you mentioned in your reply to my query you mentioned something which is most probably just the model and no make. And that also results in nothing in searches on internet.

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by Mehul Bhai In reply to Regarding calculator

You have not given information about the make and model of the calculator.
Even then I will try to help you.
It has to be battery only but if it doesnot solve your problem then you have to take it to a repair store.

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by rahulwalame In reply to More Info?

claro cl 512 c

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by rahulwalame In reply to More Info?

make of calculator is cl 512 c

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Batteries

by RSmiedy In reply to Regarding calculator

It may be the batteries or the back light display. If it is not the batteries than buy a new one.

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Regarding calculator

by rahulwalame In reply to Regarding calculator

but why such things happened I bought it just 15 days ago.

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Regarding calculator

Well if it's so new go back to the place that sold it and get either a refund or replacement.

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by Mehul Bhai In reply to Regarding calculator

Then that is definitely under warranty.

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by Slayer_ In reply to Regarding calculator

Because the Chinese child that made it wasn't whipped enough that day.

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