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My camera was working fine earlier today ( a zoo trip). When I got home and tried to turn on the camera to upload pictures,but it would not power up. I tried different batteries,still will not turn on. As far as I know there was no damage on the trip home. I keep it in a camra case when not in use.

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First listen closely to the camera as you turn it on. Does it make any sound at all? If is makes a grinding or whining sound, something is jammed, probably the lens. If there is no sound, you may a blown fuse. This is rather tricky soldering to do and if you are not familiar with this sort of work, I would not suggest it be attempted at home.

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