Question about Polaroid One600 Pro Instant Camera
That will be because the photo pack is stale. The chemicals it uses do not last forever, there is no fix for this.
Many will be, given that they're all past their expiry date and none have been manufactured for two and a half years. Usually the main problem is that the battery built in to the photo pack is either flat or only has insufficient power to get through all ten photos.
As a rule, packs kept in the fridge will have freshest chemistry but almost always a dead battery, and those kept in warm conditions will have stale chemicals and maybe a battery which will last the entire pack. Not much use though...
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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