Introduction

This guide is useful in the event that metal oxides (such as rust) accumulate on the battery contact and cause intermittent power failure.

Parts

No parts required.

Locate the battery hatch on the bottom side of the camera, opposite the side with the power button. Using your thumb, slide the hatch away from the center of the camera. Flip the hatch toward yourself to open it. The batteries are spring-loaded; once the hatch is open, they will protrude far enough to be removed by hand.
  • Locate the battery hatch on the bottom side of the camera, opposite the side with the power button.

  • Using your thumb, slide the hatch away from the center of the camera.

  • Flip the hatch toward yourself to open it. The batteries are spring-loaded; once the hatch is open, they will protrude far enough to be removed by hand.

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With tools and Fix Kits
On the underside of the battery hatch, locate the single 3.0 mm screw connecting the battery contact to the hatch. Remove it using a Phillips screwdriver with a #0 bit. Lift the contact from the end where the screw was located and pull away from the hatch to remove it. Lift the contact from the end where the screw was located and pull away from the hatch to remove it.
  • On the underside of the battery hatch, locate the single 3.0 mm screw connecting the battery contact to the hatch. Remove it using a Phillips screwdriver with a #0 bit.

  • Lift the contact from the end where the screw was located and pull away from the hatch to remove it.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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