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DVX100B Batteries won't attach

I've had a used DVX100B for a few weeks now, everything was working great until tonight the batteries won't connect to the camera. I've tried to slide them in, but where the 4 metal connector slots would grab each other, there's no attachment now. Why is this happening?!

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You probably broke off the retaining button that is above the battery when installed that says Push to Release.

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