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If you put in fully charged battery and after taking one picture it reads battery low whats the problem

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Two problems either of that will be causing this. 1)either the battery is drained internally its showing up charged on the device but actually not getting charged so its happening. to resolve this replace the battery. 2)either the connector which is touching the battery internally is got loose internally so its showing up this problem. to resolve that connector problem the device must be opened and that connector should be resoldered.its a metal connector.

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