MY FUJI FNEPIX A345 DIGITAL CAMERA JUST QUIT WORKING IT SIMPLY WILL NOT TURN ON WHEN THE POWER BUTTON IS HELD DOWN (which is how you turn it on and i have done so 100's of times). THE CAMERA IS ABOUT 3 YEARS OLD. THIS IS THE FIRST PROBLEM I HAVE "EVER"......HAD. THIS IS A WONDERFUL CAMERA I LOVE IT. PLEASE HELP IF YOU CAN. I WOULD BE SOOOOOOOOOOO GREATFUL. THANK YOU A MILLION.
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The on/off and picture buttons are run from a little ribbon strip that fits under the main pcb. I have pics to help you. Just click on "THE ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW " In the tips & tricks section for my email address.
all figured out,,,,the shutter button is too close to the shut off button,its happened to me many times ,next time it happns try to catch yourself and see which button you pressed,,guaranteed!!! it sucks
If you haven't tried already, try changing the batteries to high-drain Nimh or Energiser 2800MAh batteries. I had loads of problems with my camera until I put stronger batteries in it, now it works wonderfully again.
The three position switch for play,camera,video has likely broken. The plastic switch on the outside has a small contact plate held to the back of the switch on the inside with one small screw. I do have a replacement on hand if you are interested.
Have you tried using high-drain batteries? 2800mah rechargeables should do the trick. My A345 had all sorts of problems until I used expensive batteries and now it's been given a new lease of life! my camera wouldn't turn on half the time, when it did it turned off as soon I tried to use it, the shutter would refuse to open, all sorts of weird stuff - I have had no more problems since changing to better batteries (high-density Sony first of all, now I use rechargeable).
Simply wear and tear.- dirt ingression- damage from a knock- nothing you can do about unless you are a watchmaker.
A repair will be as costly as simply replacing it
Check out Fuji support though to be sure.