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Once you remove the two screws, you will see two shiny discs. Those are the batteries, they are used in watches, and other small electronics. There is a number on each battery, and you can get a replacement at any electronics or drug store.
The little plate that the two screws are holding down is what comes off. Not the entire back. Slide the plastic plate where the screws used to be. Slide it down, and you'll be able to lift it off.
It's not built like that. The piece where you removed the two screws, press on that and try sliding it.
With the screw holes on the bottom, slide it down. It's just an access door.
Ok, then slide the top plate up.
Take a look at this picture, this is what it is designed to look like when the cover is removed.
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I'm having trouble finding information on the D model. Do you have a way to send me a picture of the calculator?
I have time if you do.
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We can use a third party site. Sorry it's not showing up for you. Upload it here, and send me the link. http://photobucket.com/
No, you'll have to send me the link.
I have spent two hours with you, and you want that for free? I need you to upload the pictures to photobucket.com, and send me the links to the photos.