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Battery problem with a Maxxum 3xi

I thought I had a dead battery, but after replacing the battery the low battery indicator is still flashing on the LCD display. When I switch the camera on the low battery indicator continues to flash and " batt " also flashes on the display. I have cleaned the contacts and tried another battery, any advice?????????????????

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  • gasmati Dec 30, 2007

    Having the same problem. Replaced battery twice with still battery icon blinks and would not work.

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