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if you use electrical switch cleaner it wont hurt the camera and it has a lube in it as well much like an oil but its not oil its an electrical oil,,,this will work on any switch or fuse box or volume control that crackles when moved its handy stuff to have around
it appears from your statement that the power switch should have been broken.please get a pro to work on your camera i.e take it to the nearest service center.do not attempt to open the camera unless you know well to do it, since the parts are too small and delegate, even a small mismatch would decalibrate the camera.
I have a Easy Share M863 and have had it less than a year. It was working great and then last week I tried turning it on and it would not open. I thought it might be the battery needed charging so I did that. It still will not open. I contacted Kodak and they told me they would give me 15% on a new digital camera. That is not what I wanted. My camera is not even a year old. It should have lasted longer I think.
download newest kodak software not old stuuff on cd u need it also to connect makes it easyer 6.4 verison from kodak.com ok download save to hard drive install ok dont use cd old now sucks new verison relly cool in settings tell itto trafer at full quilty ok
I have a kodak cx7430 that one day just wouldn't come on properly. All I got was a red light, no matter what batteries I tried. So I began to wonder if this was a ploy of Kodak's to get people to buy new cameras...I don't know if that's true, but I did find a little switch in the battery compartment that was open. I noticed I could close the switch with a pen tip, but it wouldn't stay closed, so I taped it closed with a piece of electrical tape...and guess what...THE CAMERA NOW WORKS PERFECTLY.
I don't know if this is true, but I heavily suspect that this switch opens after X amount of use... because I know 2 other people who's cameras have done the same thing...sooner with heavy use and longer with light use.... LOOK FOR THE SWITCH, TAPE IT AND TRY IT! Email me if it works for you email@example.com