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I can't open my camera

1 year not using it .now I can't open even using new batteries

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If you left batteries in the camera...chances are they have leaked and now are corroded. The only thing that I can suggest is you take a very small flat tip screwdriver and try to pop it open. Be very careful not to set the camera on your lap while doing this, you'll want to set it on a hard smooth surface, and in case the batteries are leaking put the camera on a plastic bag.

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