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Camera frozen open, but isn't on

While transfering photos from camera to computer, computer froze. now the camera won't turn on, and is frozen "open" with the lens open. help. when I put new batteries in, it still won't turn on! so obviously can't "close" the lens, etc. Did I "fry" it when the computer froze and had to restart it?

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  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    Lens does not stay open when camera is turned on. New batteries! Inserted...still a problem. I am unable to take any pictures!?!

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I also have this same problem - we bought a new camera after we were told that it would cost about the same to have it repaired as to buy new.

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I had the (almost) same problem, im gonna send it in i think

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