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Thank you shockwave727! I forgot to mention that having to reset the date and time everytime the battery is replaced wasn`t an issue before. We would replace it and keep on going. As for the picture display time, that was great advice, never thought of that! Will change it right away. Thanks!!

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Your welcome Sir.

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