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Camera won't turn on

I usually charge my camera on my dock. I leave it on the dock unless I am using it. I got ready to use it today and it was showing a full charge, but when I turned it on, there was a red flashing light and then the camera turned off. Even during the flashing light the screen remained dark. I have tried changing the batteries, but that did not help. I have not dropped it or exposed it to water. I haven't had any problems until now and I have had this camera over a year. What else can I do?

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  • nanag1953 Jan 24, 2009

    We are having the same prob. Never exposed to water and Kodak says we can send it in for $98.00 which is practicaly, what I bought it for from the pawn shop, to get it fixed (Which it worked for over 12 month's after.) Or, I can pay $48.00 and forget about it. Or can get 15% off my next purchase. What do you think. Deal or NO deal? I KNOW, ANYONE KNOW WHERE TO GET A GOOD USED CAMERA?

  • Anonymous Apr 18, 2009

    have the same prob with easyshare m853 have the camera over a year now

  • yaazie Apr 27, 2009

    Off and on since I have gotten my camera the batteries have not lasted even when I recharge them and now the camera will not even turn on I have the easy share C875. can anyone help?

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Had the same problem, took a pencil eraser and scrubbed the battery contacts (both on the battery door and down in the camera), blew out the crumbs and all is well! Camera now powers up and works like new.

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Format the internal memory. Worked for me.

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I am having a similar problem with mine althoug I don't have a dock. I've contacted Kodak support and they tell me that the Alkaline AA batteries that I have been using for a long time is not what they recommend. They say that I should be using KAA2HR Kodak Ni-MH Battery Pack or CRV Lithium 2x AA Lithium. Other than that they don't offer any futher help except for me to send the camera in for repair. I don't understand why the type of batteries would make a difference all of the sudden.

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