Question about Cameras
On the side of some of the battery manufacture they print a date. Make sure that even though you purchased new batteries that they are in deed new to that date. Some stay in stock or on shelves for long times. If you have a battery tester and can test the battery is good, then you know your camera has a drain. Check the manufacture of the cameras web site for firmware updates or recalls, either of which are important. A last note, dont leave batteries in this unit as if it is using power it can overheat in a bag and possibly start fire. Duracel also has an 800 number where you can call and send in the batteries and the camera and they will help replace or fix the camera if this is the case. Scroll all the way to the bottom to read the guarentee http://www.duracell.com/en-US/battery-care-disposal.jspx
Most Duacells are rated to last for 7 years when not used
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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