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Open the battery/memory card door on the bottom of the camera by sliding it towards the end of the body. Move the plastic, orange, locking switch away from the battery. The battery should then spring up slightly, enough that you can pull it out with your fingers. When you re-install the battery, make sure to put the contacts on the battery into the camera, making sure to line up the battery's orange stripe with the orange lock switch on the camera. If you need to use any force, you're doing it the wrong way.

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