You could have damaged the battery connectors.. I have done that a few times.. If you open the battery compartment can you see if anything is loose? or if anything has broken off? If so, and you have the warranty on the product.. you can contact Kodak and send them the camera to have it fixed...
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Have you thought about buying a "junk" one just to have parts for? Maybe place an add in the paper for one with a busted zoom lense for the screen? Or maybe search for a company that deals in "salvage", kind of like a junk yard for camera's.
Are you using the batteries listed as compatible according to the cameras battery door? Or are you using NON-compatible Alkaline or Ni-Cad batteries? Only Li-Ion and Ni-MH are compatible. Hope this helps...