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Beeping This is my daughters camera she got it for christmas last year, it worked fine until a couple of months ago. When you push the power button with rechargeable batteries in it ... it starts up but then the screen flashes to Low Battery and then it starts beeping and wont stop until you take out the batteries. We have tried other batteries and with those the camera wont even turn on. Please help me because she loves this camera and is always sneaking it into school with her.

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  • quillwoman7 Oct 21, 2008

    no matter what kind kof battery I put into it, it will say "low battery" as it's beeping then it turns off. Before that no problems. Please help me resolve the problem.

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Thanks Toniapaytons, ur the best. I thought I had broken the thing, and it was my parents that I bought for them for their anniv. I had borrowed it. Shew!!!! your right we were just buying regular disposable. Thank you thank you thank you! Haven't gotten the new batteries in yet, but the energizers for digitals will do until the others are charged.
Got another question though, I also need to find a program on the net that will allow me to download the owner/users manual. I have looked on the site that brought me to you, trying several different times to get the Samsung Digimax D53 without success. Hope you have a great solutions for this one too. I baptized the other one in water, when I get everything back to them I swear I'm not going to touch it again. HaHa
Thanks for your help so far.

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No problem. your rechargable is not strong enough for this camera. i use rayovac rechargeable from wal-mart and the batteries have to charge for two full days and make sure the light on the charger is off before removing the batteries from the charger. then put them in the camera and it will work perfectly. your batteries aren't strong enough for the camera. go out and get some energizers made just for digitals. they last forever but, they'll do until you get your rayovac rechargeable recharged. and coming right out of the pack they are not charged give it 48 hours and they'll last weeks.

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