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Olympus D-435 digital camera, when you turn it on, error msg says "battery empty" then times out and shuts off. New Batteries have been installed, did not correct the problem. How can I make this camera come on and work? Thanks..

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If ur using a memory card try to use a memory card even though it relates the battery it may be a memory card problem....
First take out the memory card and then try to use the camera and if it works fine that says that there is a problem with memory card if not Call 800-622-6372 and get the camera replaced if it is out of warranty

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