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Polariod izone 300

My children bought me this camera 2 years ago at walmart. It now needs a new battery and of course walmart won't touch it. I can't get it apart to replace it. Can you tell me how to replace the battery myself? Walmart was at least able to tell me what type of battery I needed for it.

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What type of battery is it.
The Manual should cover this simple task.
Have you looked?

Posted on Nov 06, 2007


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