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I haven't used it for a long time; put new batteries in, but won't turn on

Sharp Wizard 512 KB not used for a few years. Replaced batteries, but can't turn it on. Is there anything else I can do to turn it on?

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SOURCE: i have an OZ-730 sharp wizard and it will not turn

Be sure the batteries are in correctly and are good, be sure the battery switch is back to the "normal position" - also it may have to be reset to work again - here is the instruction manual for doing that , page 7 chapter 1:
http://www.promsoft.com/dev/oz700sdk/oz7xx_manual.pdf

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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