He was a good calculator who served me well through my physics and maths exams. It saddened me to see his buttons stop responding as he progressed through his steady decline.
He will sorely be missed :( x
Shortly before my maths test the other day I bought an $11 basic calculator to use cause I didn’t have one with me and I figured it was probably a good idea to have a calculator in a maths test. First thing I see when I walk into the room:
$11 well spent -_-
Calculators at school cost $50 D:
It is only a basic one, with no scientific functions. It is also orange.
I understand your pain, I could never get over the loss of any of my calculators, especially my day to day 1987 HP 32SII, but she’s still chuggin’ with 25 years of service under her belt!
Welp, Last Car Post until I come back from School.
The Fans kept shorting out because:
1. The wire connecting the relay to the fans was touching the body, going straight to ground.
2. The company that manufactures the Relays and Fan Controller sent me a relay connector that was wired and labeled incorrectly
The Company (Dakota Digital) sent another, and I ordered another, so the Jag runs a Dual Fan System, one turns on at 86 Celsius (Right after the Thermostat Opens) and the other at 90 Celsius. And the Controller is now mounted in the Glove box.
I bought a fuse box for the fuses and made a simple metal holder for the box and fan/horn relays.
Also, the Cap to my master cylinder broke, so while driving, my brakes were not responding correctly. I bought a used cap off of e-bay. Not too bad for $22 instead of $40.