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Camera will not power on

This camera sat for a month, I tried to turn it on, but it would not do anything. I put in new batteries, and took out the memory card, still nothing. Can you help me please.

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  • GFORCE1 Feb 01, 2009

    I recharged the Sony batteries. It didn't work. I tried fresh batteries, still nothing. I press the power button and the power light and orange flash indicator light flicker, but nothing happens.

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Does this happen when you use the power adapter? Try using the power adapter one time to fire the camera up, then switch to battery power and see if that works.

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