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Camera is inoperable

Camera is unusable - when I try to use it, all it does it beep a bit, green lamp flashes for about 5 seconds, and then it is completely unusable - pressing any buttons does nothing.

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  • sonofagun231 Sep 30, 2008

    Camera is Olympus Model D-370

  • sonofagun231 Sep 30, 2008

    Never mind - removed batteries for a couple hours - problem fixed!

  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    Did this work?

  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    Mine is unoperable also but I've been trying new batteries for over a year

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Remove batteries for a couple hours or more and camera will reset itself.

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