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I bought the polaroid 300 instant camera in March and it has been working fine until recently. When I try to take a photo three flashing red lights appear on the light setting selector and the picture won't take. I have replaced the film and the batteries but this didn't help. Could you advise me on how to fix it?

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SOURCE: I don now how to instal a film in to polaroid instant camara

There should be a button on the left side of the camera that releases the door on the front of the unit. The film pack slides in film side up.

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SOURCE: Where can I find instant films for a polaroid camera

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Yes, the battery for these cameras is in the film pack. The idea was that you always get a fresh battery with fresh film.

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