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Polaroid pdc 4055

Hi there, everytime i turn on my polaroid pdc 4055 is asks for the date/time. I have put in new battries and new memory cards and it keeps asking for the date and time evertime i turn it back on, even after 2mins off and then back on it asks for the date and time. Please help Kind regards Peter

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  • lilskinnie5 May 17, 2008

    I have the same batteries in my phone every time i turn it on but it still ask for the time and date

  • baker4 Jun 29, 2008

    I also have the same problem. Everytime I turn on my camera it asks for the date/time. The date/time is on 1/1/04 everytime. I put in new batteries and I even tried leaving the batteries out for a few hours and did not help.

  • Anonymous Aug 02, 2008

    SAME PROBLEM. WORST CAMERA. I CAN HADLY FIND OFF AND ON BUTTON IT IS SO SMALL. I HAVE PUT NEW BATTERIES IN AND I CAN GET THIS POLAROID PDC 4055 TO TAKE ONE PICTURE ONLY. HOW CAN I GET MY MONEY BACK??????????????

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Take batteries out- leave for an hours or more re insert batteries and follow set up procedure in the manual

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