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My Canon 10D will not Power On. Do I need the original battery ? Currently I have A battery from my Canon 30D in the 10D.

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According to Canon, the battery should work in either camera. Does the battery work in the other camera but not in the 10D?

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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I was instructed by a Canon advisor to remove the small round door in the center bottom of the camera. Remove the quarter size battery and then remove the larger battery in the side compartment. Wait 30 seconds. Replace the small battery first and then the larger one. My camera began working after this exercise.

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