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I have the Nikon Coolpix L310 I have installed brand new Duracell batteries on more than one occasion but as soon as I turn on batteries exhausted appears on the screen, I take them out check them on a battery tester and the battery's are fine. Why is this happening ?

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In the past, did any of the batteries you replaced have signs on the ends that they leaked?? If so, some of that corrosion sticks to your camera's contacts and could cause a poor enough contact to look like a low battery condition. If there is deposit, it needs to be scraped off very gently so as not to damage the metal contacts. Hope this helps!!

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SOURCE: My newly Nikon Coolpix L310 cam. shows ' Battery exhausted and work nothing while Battries are new. what is wrong with me.

Very good battery

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