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Casio Cassiopeia A-20 Power FAQ
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P.  1. CPU locks up randomly. 2. Partial/No Keyboard Entry. 3. No touch panel entry. 4. Random communication Error messages.

S The ACL (Automatic Power On Clear) cycle may not have been done effectively before using the unit for the first time. A) Remove both the main batteries and the backup battery. B) Wait five minutes C) Load the main batteries D) Press the Reset button and confirm Welcome wizard image appears. E) Load the backup battery. Customers may be making the mistake of removing the backup battery's protection insulator prior to pressing Reset button.


Q. How can I make my batteries last longer?

A. To conserve batteries, turn off your sound, avoid letting the LED flash for long periods of time, and plug the device into AC power as much as possible.


Q. Why does the main battery condition change intermittently between "Low" and "Good"?

A. Main battery power may drop down to the "Low" or "Very Low" when the backlight is on or playback the sound under the low power condition. Battery mark will blink under this condition, however it will go back to "Good" condition. To maximize the battery life, try to use the AC adapter if possible and minimize the volume or avoid using the backlight as much as you can.

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