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Casio Elixim Camera will not pop out the Battery to charge.

This is the third Casio Camera I have had and I am not happy with the pop out battery that I have to charge in a separate battery charger. I prefer to place the entire camera in a self charging unit. Does anyone know of a camera repair that won't charge what the camera cost to repair?

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I think the problem is either the charging pins are damaged or the IC itself. Either ways this is not a very expensive repair and Casio guys should do it for you for a reasonable price.

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