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Kodak DC200 Digital Camera

The door to the battery compartment opens slightly and won't get contact with the batteries so I can't take pictures. Do you know how to get the battery door to tighten up so it will get contact with the batteries? Thank you

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If camera is still under warrenty, kodak will replace the dor for you. if not, i guess you will have to use creative solutions suck as velcro tape, or a rubber band to hold it togegher.

Posted on Mar 26, 2006

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