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Cam is stuck on time/date and showing the battery just got 2 new batteries and still doing it.

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1. Some batteries are not orginal so they do not give enough performance. If it is so then change your battery with an original one.

2. If a battery is Nickel-Cadmium and is not used under the condition of "full charge and full discharge" as the time passing it shows "memory reaction" and never acts as if it is full and can not be charged again. If your battery is so then change your battery with new one.

3. If a battery is out of order then it shows an unusual reaction. Sometimes give its performance sometimes not. If it is so then change your battery with new one.

4. If a battery is not charged enough then also it does not show an enough performance. If the situation is so then charge your battery again.

5. Sometimes battery dies. So please look at its buying date. Sometimes the time of manufacturing date and the time being and the period between these is greater than the battery usage period. If it is so change your battery with new one.

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