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I bought a Polaroid Snap. After I loaded the film the blue card came out. I then tried, several times to take a picture but no picture has come out of the camera. I don't understand what is wrong.

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The battery that operates the camera is in the film pack. If the film pack is outdated, the battery may be depleted.

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