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My polaroid i1036 wont turn on. i tried to turn it on with new batteries but it would just make a weird noise and not turn on. i just kept messing with it with a not so new set of batteries and the lens popped out but it still not turning on. how can i get it to turn on?

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I was having the same issue. I was using "discount" batteries and switched back to Duracell Alkaline and all is well now. Not an issues since the switch back.NOTE: After going thru the manual , it says nothing about the "type" of batteries to use.

Posted on Jul 06, 2011

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http://www.polaroid.com/contact

I would contact polaroid.com about this problem. I suspect that it may need to be reset, but their support site doesn't specifically address this problem.

Also, their site doesn't list the i1035 camera for tech support for the U.S. anyway. There is an i1036 but it doesn't have FAQs or specifications for the battery, etc. that would be needed to troubleshoot the problem you are having.

Try calling 1-800-POLAROID or use their web page for contact information.

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