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Won't power on. Batteries are fully charged (I verified voltage using a voltmeter). No response to the power on button.

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The plastic cover of the batteries got somewhat deformed causing lack of connection. When pressed down the power went on. I shall try to replace (if possible) the plastic cover. In the meantime I have fastened the cover down with plastic tape.

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