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Battery remove I can open the door, but how do I slide out the battery? The top of the battery is flush with the bottom of the camera inside the battery compartment, and I can't grab it to pull it out.

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Can you not hold the camera upright and it should fall a little bit to allow you to grab hold of the end and pull it out.

Otherwise it this isn't happening there may be a mechanism problem.

hope this helps.

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Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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