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OlympusD535 zoom my camera compartment won't close when i put batteries in and when i hold it shut the orande light blinks and i can't do anything with it.

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It sounds like a silly question but are you putting the batteries in the right way round. I can't think of anything else which would stop them fitting. BMW

Posted on May 21, 2006

  • Anonymous May 21, 2006

    Sorry I meant a silly answer :-)

    BMW

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