If Its Been Under A Year And YOu HAve Receipt Polaroid Will Replace It Free Of Charge.
If Not Under A Year Or You Have No Receipt To Verify. They Will Send You A Battery Cover For $19.99 Yeah A Little Expensive I Know.
Polaroid # 1800-343-5000 Just Tell Them Your Model Number & you need a battery cover replacement part & Your All Set. I Had the same problem my battery cover broke to and my camera is only 10 months old.
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No way out than to get help from Polaroid service support for the correct part. You must log on to the website of polaroid and post your query www.polaroid-digital.com
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Battery lid will be replaced as its tabs could be broken that hold and lock it in its place. I'm talking about Sony DSC-S500 camera.
It can be replaced easily, let me know if you need part number info.
it could be the problem with adaptor. May be its not providing enough electirc current to charge the battery. Please take it to some PC repair shop to cross check the voltage passing through the adaptor.
There are tools that help you pry into a laptop. It looks like a pencil a flat edge on it. Usually you just need to pop it out. But there is no problems with being cautious. There are also manuals to look at also.
I had the same problem with my battery door on my i832....bought some glue called "Goop" at Home Depot and this worked just great...would like to order new door if I could ever find the website that has parts. Any ideas?
We had the same problem with my sister's i832. After searching all over, I finally contacted Polaroid directly. For $20, they sent me a brand new battery cover to replace myself. It came with pretty clear instructions, and it was very easy to replace. The price definitely seemed a bit excessive, being a tiny piece of plastic and all. But it was worth it, as opposed to trashing a pretty nice camera.
Now if only we can figure out how to get the flash fixed, since it no longer wants to work anymore.....