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Kaoru Maejima Posted on Dec 18, 2006

Polaroid miniportrait 403

My polaroid miniportrait 403 stopped working. Battery is full, built-in flash can charge and I see green light in view finder as well. When I push the shutter botton, I hear a noise from the camera, front bottom, next to "studio express" logo. Please let me know what the problem is if you know. Thank you.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    it was working minute ago and then, nothing

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Push the button all the way down- a half push is just to test the range

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