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Polaroid Problems I have a Polaroid OneStep SE AutoFocus camera, it uses 600 film. When I open up the top, the green light on the back comes on and you can hear the camera warming up (that little high-pitched noise), the film loads ok, it spits out the black cover thing like it's supposed to, but when you go to push the trigger to take a picture, nothing happens. You just hear a click from inside the camera, but no flash, no picture shoots out. The green light stays lit the whole time, but no results. I've looked at the front of the camera while pushing the button, but the shutter isn't opening/closing. http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2m7djck&s=3

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  • brdholl Mar 05, 2008




    here's a pic of the camera

  • dbdiamond Oct 27, 2008

    I have a one Step camera which uses 600 film. The light on my flash doesn't come on. Where is the battery compartment located.

  • iwasunicorn Nov 09, 2008

    I have a one600 ultra and just pulled it out of the box after over a
    year. When I hit the open button, the green shutter light just keeps
    blinking. It shows me I have 10 negatives left, but when I click on the
    shutter button, nothing happens. I thought maybe it's the battery, but
    the batter is loaded with the film pack. I tried to remove the film,
    but it won't let me. I think the camera might be dead. Anyone have the
    same problemo?



  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2009

    I have the exact same problem! I have a polaroid 600 and I loaded thefilm, the counter went up to 10 and the green light came on. The first black-cardboard type "polaroid" spit out and when I go to hit the shutter release nothing happens! Total bummer! Does anyone know how to fix this?

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If your having problems with your camera, for about 20.00 you can buy the same camera on Ebay.

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