Question about Cameras
As I am a little confused here, can you tell me if this is a cell phone or digital camera?
If it is a cellphone, you may need to recharge your battery. Your cell phone comes with a charger so plug it into an electrical socket.
If it is a digital camera, it may be the same problem. You need to replace the batteries in the camera. You need to find where the camera batteries are held; then, unlock it to remove the old batteries and insert new ones. If it has a charger that came with it, you need to plug the cord into the camera and plug the other in a DC outlet.
Hope this helps, Dana
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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