Question about Nikon COOLPIX Cameras
Gee, hang on I'll get my crystal ball out :-) I'm afraid it's impossible to say. It could be anything from a dirty battery connection to a full blown power board meltdown. Without having it on the bench it's impossible to say. Try the uwsual silly stuff, make sure the batteries are inserted the right way, make sure they're fully charged, make sure the battery ends are clean, make sure the battery connections in the camera are clean. Try your power supply instead of the batteries, Try a different set of batteries. Next stop, your friendly repair man.
Posted on Jul 12, 2006
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