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Alarm I have replaced the batteries in my S630, however I continually get a 3 beep alarm and then a shutdown. i am temorarily living in ukraine and the manuel I have with me does not address this issue. Help!

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If it can help here is the link to service manual

http://www.samsungcamerausa.com/pub/20070521_0_S730_ENG.pdf

hope it may help

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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Hi,

What kind of batteries are you using? this is a pretty common issue with your model of camera (the 3 beep error). If you are using regular alkaline non rechargeable batteries then I would advise changing to rechargeable NiMh batteries. this should solve your problem.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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    Damen Wong Feb 17, 2008

    Please keep us updated.

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That means your batteries are not charged fully. I'm assuming you have new fresh batteries? Does the panel stay up long enough to show the charge level?

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Feb 16, 2008

    lithium-ion (Li-ion) rechargeables are the best and better than
    nickel-hydride (Ni-Mh)batteries and far, far better than nickel-cadmium
    (Ni-Cd) batteries. They are more expensive but the Li-ion and Ni-Mh
    batteries don't have the "memory" issue that Ni-Cds have.

    They perform better (by keeping the voltage at a more constant level)
    until they poop-out and don't care when you choose to pop them back
    into the charger to get them back up to a full charge.

    All rechargeables slowly but constantly drain off some of their energy,
    just laying around. They are not a good choice if you don't use your
    camera or flash very often (or for a smoke detector, for that matter).
    Then I would go with disposable lithium batteries. They also hold up
    better and longer in the cold.

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