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When I turn it on - a picture comes up - it looks like a battery - but then it turnrs off, do I need a new battery (I just starting using it last month) what kind of battery do I need? And how do I get the battery out of there?

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Yes it needs a new battery. usually the case prys apart, but look for some tiny screws before prying it apart. the battery inside will have markings on it to help you find a replacement

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