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Re: How should I clean the camera?

To keep your camera operating at its best, you should clean it thoroughly several times a year. Before you perform any maintenance on the camera, be sure to read the Safety Instructions. Then follow these guidelines: * Turn the camera off before cleaning. * Use a clean, dry cloth to keep the camera free of dust. * Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners. * If necessary, clean the battery contacts with a dry cloth.

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