Question about Cameras
The battery door on mine broke in half! Will not close anymore. I contacted every repair company and they all said I had to contact Polaroid. I did, and they said they no longer make the model, so they don't have any spare parts in their warehouse. They said if I have my receipt (after 2 years) they might be able to do a used camera exchange. Now I'm worried that if I am able to find it, they will give me one that is in worse shape than mine Argh!
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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To install the battery:
Note: To open the battery door, you will need a paper clip or thin pen.
1. Take the paper clip and use the end to press down on the door latch.
2. Holding the latch down, push the battery door up.
3. The door will slide up and spring open, allowing you to access the batteries.
4. Place the battery into the compartment. Be sure to match the (-) on the
battery with the (-) inside the compartment.
5. Slide the battery cover to its original
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