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My camera will not work with regular batteries

I put rechargeable AA batteries in my fugi fine pix a310 camera and now it won't work with regular batteries, is this normal? Alao I am trying to sell this camera because I just bought a new one, how much should I charge, because it works like New with the rechargeable batteries.

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As far as it is working with re chargeable's then it is ok what is wrong with it , it needs more power i mean MAH so give it , to sell it go to ebay check the similar model price how much ppl are selling and post ur product

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