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My camera will not keep battery charge

I just got this camera and have went thru 6 batteries.it says low battery and shuts off.

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Ther is probably a shortcircuit in the battery box, try to clean it with a q tpi dipped in alcohol and make shure there is no contact between the plates.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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