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Won't run on batteries

The camera will operate on dc charger,but when batteries are in no power.I have purchased a new battery but will still not operate?

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The connectivity with the battery terminal is a problem .open n check there may be some loose connection on the points where ur battery inlets supply connection on the main board of ur camera.

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