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Lithium battery I have replaced the lithium battery with a new one and have three fresh aaa batteries however the camera is still dead. What to do now Info please.

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Maybe just a typo, but you know it requires 4 (not 3) AAA batteries. The holder swivels to the side to expose a 4th battery slot that is sort of hidden under the others. Put a volt meter on the 2 tiny contacts to the right of the batteries. Make sure you get very close to 6 volts.

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Try letting the camera set for a while with the new batteries in. I had the same problem, nothing worked after i replaced the batteries. I let it set for a couple of days and everything started working.

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