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I733 won't power up...

It will however show the pictures that are recorded but fails to operate so that I can take new photos. I put in new batteries and a new memory card.

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  • callie522 Jul 04, 2008

    I have the same problem, also had to go out and buy another memory card. Now camera just wont power on AT ALL! I am for sure calling Polaroid.

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I have been having these same problems and after i read all of your problems with no sure answer I logged onto polaroid.com call the support number and they said if i have the recipt they will send me a new one!!! try it and good luck

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