Pocket Calculator

I have a well used Casio fx-68 pocket calculator that fell apart and the buttons fell out of it. I retrieved most of them, and am missing the decimal button that goes under the 2 on the keyboard. The calculator was built in the early 1980's, and is a really small and flat pocket scientific calculator that I used a lot and would like to reassemble and use again.

If somebody knows somebody who has any parts for this calculator, or has an old one in a drawer someplace, please let me know. I would like to purchase for parts.

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You can get in touch with Casio to find out if it is possible to have parts. In the past when I used to deal with them I was able to have parts for most of their products unless the product was discontinued due to obsolesence.

If Casio cannot supply the parts you need, you can try a Google search for parts, or look around at the auction sites such as eBay to see if there may be someone selling a calculator like yours or parts for it.

Jerry G.

On Sep 8, 6:36=A0pm, indago  wrote:
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I keep expecting my Casio FX 451, bought 80s ?, to fail at the hinged ribbon as used daily. Great thing about solar cell (only) ones is no battery problems. Anyone know what sort of construction inside these ? foil ribbon? fine multistrand?

In your situation ebay for a non worker TV repair shop with a box of assorted remotes to rob a button take a cast and mould , with coloured resin, your own button (top face) complete with recess for then painted dot and ball-mill the reverse side to suit

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Let's see.... Somehow, I think a calculator made in the early 1980s would have been discontinued due to obselescence by now, no? :)

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