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TI-35
03-08-2019, 11:53 PM
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TI-35
I’ve been going through some of my many vintage calculators, putting batteries in and testing them out.
I can’t get my vintage TI-35 to power up.
Closer examination shows the 2 plastic battery film contacts (both of them) have come away at the top.
Does anyone know how I could repair them or join the 2 plastic links back together please!
Is there such a thing as conductive glue I could use - so that I can stick them back together (like Superglue does) and still get the circuit to flow?
Thanks
Dennis

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03-09-2019, 04:11 AM
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RE: TI-35
You can buy conducting tapes made of alu or copper.
I don't know, if this will help.

Here a link with amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=conductive+ta...b_ss_i_8_7

Normally conductive glueing is called soldering with heat.
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