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Camera will not power up at all. Have replace the batteries with new ones but still no response at all. Does the camera have an internal battery to keep the date and memory working? Could this have any affect on the camera not wanting to power up?

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If there are no lights or whistles at all, a fuse has blown internally. It usually happens if the camera is turned on but the lens is kept from coming out. It'll have to be replaced by a repair shop for about $65.

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Camera is less than 1 year old & won't power up. I'm assuming the battery is dead but can't find the the place to install a new one. How is a new one installed? Also, can a power cord be connected?


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I am very sorry to tell u that ur cam is having an Internal built in battery!!!. u have tom open the camera to replace the same if you are well with some technical knowledge. or else visit service centre.

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Why battery exhausted can not charge


This is my standard response to your type of question. It covers all the possibilities:
First, I would check your batteries. Start by removing them and making sure that the battery contacts in the camera and on the batteries are clean. If they are dirty. A new pencil eraser can be rubbed against the contacts to remove any oils or residue. Next, I would make sure your batteries are charged. A quick way is to check is to take them out and put them in another device that takes two AA batteries and see if it works. If the batteries are bad, put two new alkaline (non-rechargeable) batteries in your camera to see if it powers up. If it does and you wish to use those batteries, be sure to go into your menu and set the camera to use alkaline batteries because there voltage output is slightly different from rechargeable batteries. Remember that you cannot recharge those batteries and trying to do so can damage your charger and cause the batteries to explode. If the camera will not power up with new batteries, the camera will need to be sent in to Nikon USA for repair (see the Nikon website for information). If the camera powers up with the substitute batteries, either your rechargeable batteries have gone bad or you camera's battery charger is defective. For problems with the internal charger, it is probably more cost effective to buy an external battery charger then to send the camera in for repair unless your camera is still under warranty. External battery chargers are available for under $20. There is one other possible cause of battery failure. If the camera's internal circuitry has an electrical problem, especially a short circuit, the camera will draw excessive current from the batteries and run them down. If that is the case, you would obviously need to send your camera in for repair.

Jun 16, 2014 | Nikon Coolpix S4000 Digital Camera

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Why is my camera, coolpix l25 advising "battery exhausted" with brand new batteries, never had this message before?


First, I would check your batteries. Even new ones can be bad; you don't know how long they sat on the shelf. If you have a voltmeter, you can measure the output. If you do not, start by removing the batteries and making sure that the battery contacts in the camera and on the batteries are clean. If they are dirty. A new pencil eraser can be rubbed against the contacts to remove any oils or residue. Next, I would make sure your batteries are charged. A quick way is to check is to take them out and put them in another device that takes two AA batteries and see if it works. If the batteries are bad, put two new alkaline (non-rechargeable) batteries in your camera to see if it powers up. If it does and you wish to use those batteries, be sure to go into your menu and set the camera to use alkaline batteries because there voltage output is slightly different from rechargeable batteries . Remember that you cannot recharge those batteries and trying to do so can damage your charger and cause the batteries to explode. If the camera will not power up with new batteries, the camera will need to be sent in to Nikon USA for repair (see the Nikon website for information). If the camera powers up with the substitute batteries, either your rechargeable batteries have gone bad or you camera's battery charger is defective. For problems with the internal charger, it is probably more cost effective to buy an external battery charger then to send the camera in for repair unless your camera is still under warranty. External battery chargers are available for under $20. There is one other possible cause of battery failure. If the camera's internal circuitry has an electrical problem, especially a short circuit, the camera will draw excessive current from the batteries and run them down. If that is the case, you would obviously need to send your camera in for repair.

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Every time I turn on camera it ask to set date,


The Time/Date battery is a small round lithium battery the size of a dime in the battery compartment. You can get the numbers off it and buy one at Walmart or Ebay.
Instructions for replacing it:
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/275745/Canon-Powershot-Sx10-Is.html?page=267

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Picture display freezes and can't none of features work


PLEASE see the test and fix it. God bless you

1. Camera won't record photos. Make sure you've selected a photography mode with your camera, rather than a playback mode or a video mode. If your camera's battery power is low, the camera might not be able to record photos.
Additionally, if your camera's internal memory area or your Memory card is full, the camera won't record any more photos.
With some cameras, the internal software only allows a certain number of photos to be recorded on a single memory card because of how the software numbers each photo. Once the camera hits its limit, it won't save any more photos. (This problem is more likely to occur when an older camera is paired with a new, large memory card.)
The battery is the root of most common digital camera issues. Though battery life has been extended as battery and digital camera technologies evolve, no battery lasts forever. When your batteries begin to run out, sometimes your camera responds in wacky ways that may not seem connected. The flash may not come on, the autofocus won't engage as quickly as it did before or the LCD screen will power off intermittently. All of your camera's responsiveness is linked to its battery strength. Change batteries and try to recreate a problem; odds are you won't be able to. It's a good idea to carry a backup battery for cameras that use lithium-ion cells or a pack of spares for cameras that use AA. Watch your battery icon for a general idea of

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I need to replace the internal battery for date/time memory on a Canon SD750 camera. Please let me know the battery type.


Not sure what model # the battery is, but if you're opening the camera to replace it then just pull the old battery off the main PCB.

If you can't find a replacement somewhere feel free to let me know, I can check and see if we can get them new. I'm sure I will have old ones off of boards that will not power that you could have at no charge.

Thomas Drayton,
Owner: Darntoothysam.com Digital Camera Repair

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I have had my S9600 for 4 years, for most of that time, when i changed the batteries, all my settings remained the same. Now, when i change the batteries, every setting has returned to factory standard...


No internal battery. After the batteries are in the camera for 2 hours, there is enough charge in the camera to hold on to settings for 6 hours. If you take longer than that to install fresh batteries, the settings are lost. Here's what the manual says:

DATE/TIME

DATE/TIME

OKOK:At the time of purchase and after leaving the camera for a

long period with the batteries removed, settings such as the

date and time are cleared. Once the AC power adapter has

been connected or the batteries have been installed for 2

hours or more, the camera settings will be retained for

roughly 6 hours even if both sources of power are removed.

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It worked fine yesterday and now when i try to turn it on it will not power up, and it turned on one time and i turned it off thinking it was ok and now wont go back on


to thirst. control the batterie. if its good. why if the batterie is old its possible that have problems-
if you have new batterie ore 2 or 3 batterie prove with the other.
control that the camera when turned off...dont write on the schreen lens problem, or example the write on the schreen turn camera out and another one up. if the camera dont have received pressure or dropp,
if the camera says lens error this is a problem with the lenns bloc... but to first, prove with a new batterie and clean the internal contact of the camera with alcohol and one cotton fiocc. pull the batterie out clean the internal contact wayth that the alcohol are completly evaporated, and reprove. good luck

Jun 01, 2010 | Polaroid i1237 Digital Camera

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My Samsung CX1L DSLR camera is telling me that there is no battery power (the flashing battery sign on the top display) even when I've put new batteries in. I'm guessing there's a bit of a dodgy connection...


First, try cleaning the battery contacts with an ink pen type eraser, not a pencil eraser, but one that is made to erase ink. These are a little gritty and usually white, not red rubber.
If this does not work, and you are sure they are NEW batteries, not just not used batteries, try to reset the camera to all original defaults.
If this fails, the camera may have a faulty internal connection, and need to be repaired or replaced.
One last thing to try, IF the camera will accept an external power supply, do you still get the no battery power?
If so, this is a sure sign it has an internal failure and needs to be serviced or replaced.

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Camera will not power on with batteries.


well the camera as a internal fuse, and could be damaged, or could be just the powerboard.

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