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Hey, it's Emery again.

I tried your battery theory. One of my close friends has the same camera and I tried using her battery, but the camera still won't work. It won't show any signs of life.

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Well in this case you can better take it to a camera doc instead of u replacing the fuse.....because it might get more problems to ur camera.to be on a safer side just go to the doc n get it fixed.it must be a minute problem as far as i know.So thankx very much for the reply...good day...

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Hi

I dont know what your first thread said or what the answer was, but normally no-power has nothing to do with the battery, though trying another known good battery is the first step.

There is a small switch under the battery door beside the memory card slot. Is this switch damaged or missing? If so the camera will not turn on.

Your other most likely problem is the fuse, if its burned out it needs to be replaced. You will need to solder a new fuse in, it's really not extremely hard if you know how to solder and the fuse is cheap to buy new.

Good luck, let me know if you need more help.

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Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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    Thomas D. Oct 13, 2008

    Well in this case "DeviliveD", what's wrong with repairing a camera yourself if you know how to do it instead of overpaying somebody else to do it for you?



    I forgot to mention that you should check the switch inside the battery compartment beside the memory card slot... if that switch is damaged the camera will not turn on. Try pressing it down with a pencil and turning the camera on, does that work? Is the switch damaged, is it missing? Its a small black switch, without it.. no power.



    Don't EVER pay somebody $150 to fix a digital camera problem like this, you're getting RIPPED OFF. Even if you don't use my services, everybody needs to stop paying such high prices!



    It's like the brakes on your car. My local service station wants $375 to do my rear brakes on my truck, I can buy the parts myself for $125. Do they really need to charge me $250 labor to replace my brakes??



    Emery... Your camera either needs the fuse replaced or the entire PCB can be replaced, that will probably solve the no power problem. You can try buying a defective camera online and using the parts to make one good camera, or if you want a PCB I'm certain I can supply you with one.



    Pass the word around people... you don't have to pay hundreds of dollars to fix your camera even if some 'geek' (who actually knows nothing about repairing cameras) tells you so.



    Thomas D.; Darntoothysam com





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