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This camera has a LiPo battery that is recharged via the USB cable/docking station.
I have to add that this polaroid Zone 310 has a reputation for very short battery life and very short battery charge retention so this may be why you think that it is not charging. In addition, Lipo batteries also have a finite life (some 500 charges / 24months top) before they need to be replaced completetly.
Hope it helps: let me know if this answer your question.
B#$@ S#@%, it is a simple 2 wire set up. Take out 11 screws and the case easily comes apart. 8 screws on the side and 3 on the bottom (2 of them are under the serial #). Finding the battery from a seller so far is my problem. The wires are color coated. The battery is a flat battery and not the round looking capacitor on the side. The battery is sold by the TJL company out of China and it is marked with 280mAh and it is a lithium ion polymer. The voltage is not marked and this is the only other thing I need to find.
Can I replace the insclose and where to buy a replacement battery foe a Polaroid izone310 >>>the ccamera looks like new but the int. bat. is shot >>thanks for any help on this matter >>>>no not the real santa ( just a helper )
This is a common problem with ALL rechargable devices.
No brand, pricetag, or battery is exempt.
Litium-Ion batteries are wonderfull, but they aren't perfect.
Over time they simply break down.
Lithium-Ion batteries usually last a good 2 years and then they are done.
It's also not unusal for them to stop charging if they are ever completely drained.
For an economy point-and-shoot camera, the izone 310 holds up nicely.
If it is kept with at least a slight charge, and used somewhat often. It'll give you a good 2 or 3 years of camera fun.
If you want it to work again, find a replacment battery.
If I was in your shoes, I'd just invest in a new camera. Unless it's still under warrenty.
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