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Polaroid one600 cant find battery pack on my camera.

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  • momside Jan 24, 2009

    My camera won't power on. I can't find a battery compartment, so I suspect I have to take it to a Polaroid repair center to get the battery changed. Grr.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    There is a power on button, so obviously the Polaroid One600 takes batteries. I just can't seem to figure out there the compartment is located.



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The battery is built into the instant photo pack. So if there's no photo pack in your camera then it also has no battery at the moment.

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