Question about Vivitar V4000 50MM 35mm SLR Camera
I just received a brand new Vivitar V3800N SLR camera. I inserted the two new batteries that came with the camera in the box but the light meter doesn't seem to work. What can I do to fix this?
It may be that the batteries that came with the camera are dead. Double check the way you have them installed, both cells should have the positive side up as they sit in the cap. It is best to handle button cell batteries on the round edges rather than the flat sides. The battery cap for your camera should have open slots on the sides so you can place the batteries in using those openings
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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