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Sir my sonyDSC-40 Camera dot't power on. In power butten pressing time only one time bliking green LED.

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Check if you have really good batteries. This camera needs really good ones.

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Try changing the batteries to duracell plus
this might work.

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Turn off the camera, remove the battery pack. Allow the camera to remain without power for 30 seconds. Reinsert the the battery pack. Turn on the camera.

Please make sure the Battery is fully charged before performing this steps.

Also try changing the Batteries of the Camera. "AA" NiMH, "AA" Alkaline, "AA"
Nickel-Metal Manganese are the compatible Battries for the Camera. Hope it works!

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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