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Nikon s51 i dropped my moms camera and know the thing wont even turn on. the battery is fully charged. also when you barely shake it you here a rattle. HELP PLEASE!!

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What you have is called impact damage, this is not covered by warranty. Nikon can fix it for you, and it will probably cost you more to fix it than to buy a new one. I have a friend who fixes cameras.

http://www.cameradr.com/

He can do it faster and cheaper than Nikon.

Nate

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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