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For Z740 camera the batteries should be AA Ni-MH batteries it will provide a maximum power on the camera. Now if your using the battery and its fully charged still wont turn On.
To test your camera if its defective, Try to Turn On the camera using a 3V AC adaptor if this failed it means you need to send the camera for repair you may call kodak tech support toll free 1 800 235 6325 ext 12
A lot of Kodak's have a powersaving feature that turns the screen off to save battery life. Push the menu button while the camera is on and see if something pops up. If it does, the powersaver is on and can easily be turned on through the camera menu.
Check to make sure your battery pins are touching the connections on the battery. You might have to bend them slightly towards the battery to make a better connection. Else, I would get in touch with Fuji's support team. Good luck. -JHOBBS
Don't know if you still have the camera since this is an old post.
It's possible that something got knocked loose inside the camera when it fell. Also possible that that could be fixed but better left to someone who's good at opening up devices with small parts and putting them back together again.
There's a video on youtube (in three parts) where a guy takes one of these cameras apart to tighten the lcd screen and then puts it back together. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt4K1X1jITM
If you know someone who's good at that kind of thing maybe they could watch the videos and try to fix the camera.
I encountered the same problem, just last night. If it is the same, the only way I could get it to turn off was by taking the batteries out and the lens still would not retract. After re-installing the batteries several times with the same result, it would not turn off, I did this:
I re-installed the batteries and powered up the camera, I applied a little force/pressure to the lens and it went back in. After that the camera seems to be working fine.
I hope this helps,