Question about Cameras
Another thing to try is to clean the battery terminals and any contacts. Use a cotton swab with a small amount of WD-40 or 70% isopropyl alcohol (But not enough to drip or go elsewhere inside your camera! That would be a very bad thing.) to rub the contacts. Use a flashlight to check that they are clean and not corroded. Clean the terminal ends of the batteries that you put in. I have restored a non-functioning digital camera this way before.
If that does not get you to where your camera turns on, it is likely time for repair or replacement.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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