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A couple of possibilities. The battery is bad and not accepting a charge. Replace the battery. The battery terminals are dirty. Using cotton swab and some isopropyl alcohol, clean then fully dry the metal contacts on the battery and inside the battery compartment. Before turning it back on, be sure everything is fully dry.
iFixitThe Nikon Coolpix S8200 model was released in August of 2011 with a ... Flash won't work, but light bulb is fine; Flash is enabled but still won't go off. Camera won't turn on¶. You have tried turning on your camera and nothing is happening. ... Once a green light turns on, it is telling you that your battery is fully charged.
Please check the battery of the Nikon Coolpix 4100 Digital Camera. Please check the battery is fully charged or may be its damaged if its swollen. Also check the contact points of battery and camera and clean it. Insert the battery and charge it fully. When the battery gets charged fully then press the power button 4 to 5 times to start it. If the battery is damaged then replace the battery with new battery.
If you have a second battery, fully charge it and try it. If you do not have a second battery, it make either be a defective battery or a battery that is not properly charging. Try powering on the camera until you get it powered up, either by reinserting the battery or turning it one. Then purposely use the flash and focus until you totally exhaust the battery. Then charge it for the recommended time. Try the battery in the camera once more. Also look into the battery compartment and make sure there is no corrosion. After these actions, the only other thing I could suggest is trying a new battery or sending it in for repair. Usually it is the battery though.
Always check the batteries first (check that the voltage is correct with a volt meter) but if is it still giving the same fault, your camera is faulty. It should be taken to an authorized repair centre for a repair estimate. Very few digital cameras have any user-serviceable parts. Anything is fixable but it is more "is it cost effective"
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Happened to me before. Suggest you try and check the battery cover lid, close it properly because there is a sensor underneath there, where it will turn off the camera if the lid is open. Try it several time and ways. Hope this might help, it does to me and now my S50 is working perfectly... cheers!!