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Digital camera not working

Hi- I have a Panasonic Lumix digital camera, and recently it has begun to act up. Sometimes it will not turn on, and often it stops working right in the middle of taking a picture. When it does this it will not turn off or do anything, it just stops... almost like freezing. Also, sometimes it helps to take out the battery and put it back in, but not always. Do you have any ideas on what is wrong with it? I've only have it a year and a half. Do you think the battery is going out? Thanks for the help.

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