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Low battery display

Turn on camera and it immediately displays low battery, dings 4 times and shuts off, even with new batteriesl.

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  • chaseraff1 May 12, 2008

    yeah the same thing happend to me.

    whenever i turn on the D53 after about 20 seconds it says "low battery" and beeps 4 times.

    what do i do?

  • Camera84 May 12, 2008

    turn on camera and it immediately displays low battery, dings 4 times and shuts off, even with new batteriesl.

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I had a similar problem...my lense woudnt go back in either, but it kept saying low battery and bleeping. I realised that my lense was stuck skwint, and that was what was causing the problem, once i straigtend up my lense it folded bak into the camera and worked fine wen i turned my camera on :D

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