My children bought me this camera 2 years ago at walmart. It now needs a new battery and of course walmart won't touch it. I can't get it apart to replace it. Can you tell me how to replace the battery myself? Walmart was at least able to tell me what type of battery I needed for it.
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To locate the battery on your Polaroid Izone 300 Digital Camera, please remove the back case of the Izone 300.
On the bottom of the camera, you will find three screws that hold the case in its place. Use a screw driver to remove them. Now, take off the back of the case and you will be able to access battery in the camera.
It is plugged into a socket on the inside of the camera.
This will resolve the issue you are facing. In case you need any further input, please comment and let me know, and I will be more than happy to assist you to further resolve your issue.
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This is a common problem with ALL rechargable devices.
No brand, pricetag, or battery is exempt.
Litium-Ion batteries are wonderfull, but they aren't perfect.
Over time they simply break down.
Lithium-Ion batteries usually last a good 2 years and then they are done.
It's also not unusal for them to stop charging if they are ever completely drained.
For an economy point-and-shoot camera, the izone 310 holds up nicely.
If it is kept with at least a slight charge, and used somewhat often. It'll give you a good 2 or 3 years of camera fun.
If you want it to work again, find a replacment battery.
If I was in your shoes, I'd just invest in a new camera. Unless it's still under warrenty.