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Check the contacts for the batteries make sure they're clean and shiny. Any corrosion, you'll have to remove. You may use a pencil eraser to clean it, or some fine emery cloth. Also, you may want to check to see that the batteries have a charge. Just because they're "new" doesn't mean they have a charge. They may have been sitting on a shelf for years, or been exposed to heat for long periods and have lost their charge. Check their charge with a volt meter, or by putting them in another item that uses the same batteries.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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