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Battery damage The LSD screen is completely blank, and sections of the plastic covering the battery case is cracking. Does damage to the exterior case of the battery cage cause the camera not to work?

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I would not know. Seems pretty beat up. Try it anyway. Put batteries and pretend that there is a film inside and operate the camera. You can even open the back, and shoot a picture and watch the mechanism operating.

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