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E won't turn off

My camera suddenly stopped working. It's new too. The Error light won't turn off. Please help. I tried changing batteries, taking the lense off and putting it back on again. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    I have the same issue. The E won't turn off on the camera. How do I fix this? Need any suggestions.

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The "E" just means "empty". As in "no film". The "err" is different. It cold be anything. sorry i don't have a solution for that.

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