Question about Nikon COOLPIX L100 Digital Camera
From the reviews on Amazon.com, it is unusual for this camera to eat batteries like this.
I would try to do a "reset all" as described on page 109 of the user manual.
Additionally on page 111 of the user manual, there is a menu selection for the type of batteries that you are using. You can choose from alkaline or lithium. Make sure that you have the type of battery that you are using selected. The battery case will tell you whether the batteries are alkaline or lithium.
If that does not resolve the problem, the I would inspect the battery compartment for any signs of corrosion on the battery contacts.
If the contacts look fine and there is no debris in the battery compartment, then you'll have to take the camera in to a service center to have them figure out what is causing the camera to eat batteries.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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