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-My factory-rest HP48GX hangs when there is more than a few stack items
+My factory-reset HP48GX hangs when there's more than a few stack items

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Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've reset the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. Is this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.

Dispositivo:

Hewlett Packard 48GX

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Sam Brown ,

Título:

My factory-rest HP48GX hangs when there is more than a few stack items

Texto:

-Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've reset the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.
+Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've reset the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. Is this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.

Dispositivo:

Hewlett Packard 48GX

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Sam Brown ,

Título:

My factory-rest HP48GX hangs when there is more than a few stack items

Texto:

-Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've rest the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.
+Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've reset the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.

Dispositivo:

Hewlett Packard 48GX

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Sam Brown ,

Título:

My factory-rest HP48GX hangs when there is more than a few stack items

Texto:

-Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hands up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've rest the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.
+Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hangs up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've rest the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.

Dispositivo:

Hewlett Packard 48GX

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Sam Brown ,

Título:

My factory-rest HP48GX hangs when there is more than a few stack items

Texto:

Hi. My rather old ebay-acquired HP48GX 128k has been great but lately hands up (hour glass symbol) when I have a few dozen items on the stack, or randomly when doing any calculation. I've rest the machine every way I know how and left batteries out for months. No change. It's this a thing? Dry caps near memory chips? Impossible to open without breaking I think. Would be glad to know I'm not alone. Any info? Ta very much.

Dispositivo:

Hewlett Packard 48GX

Estatus:

open