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Battery stuck in camera and docking station

I cannot remove my battery even after pushing the retaining clip. Any tips or tricks to remove it would be appreciated.

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Try putting it in the freezer for a few hours. I was able to get my battery out by doing this. The downside is there will be condensation. So make sure you allow it to dry completely before using again.

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