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"If the digital camera will not turn on, run through the "Checklist" given below.
If this does not solve the problem, take the camera, the batteries, and the AC Power Adapter to an authorized FUJIFILM service center for testing and repairs.
1. The direction of your battery might be wrong. Confirm it and put it again.
2. Load new or fully charged batteries.
3. The battery terminals may be dirty in a way that cannot be seen (fingerprints, etc.). Wipe the terminals clean with a soft cloth.
4. Press the Power button again firmly."
Cleaning the battery contacts sounds worth a try.
Fuji also say;
"Please use only alkaline batteries or Ni-MH rechargeable batteries with Fujifilm digital cameras
Please note that instruction manuals provided with Fujifilm digital cameras recommend that only alkaline batteries or Ni-MH rechargeable batteries are used with those digital cameras which require AA or AAA type batteries. If other types of batteries are used together with an AC adaptor, this may result in the rare occurrence of the battery overheating. Please do not use batteries other than those recommended in our instruction manuals."
Check that the type of battery is correct
Did you buy the camera new? is it still under warranty?
Here is the link to the support page for the s7000 including manuals, repair centre details etc;
or direct to the manual;
Apart from contacting Fuji for service, the only suggestion I could find in the manual was that the battery cover may not be closing fully. Worth checking.
Hope this helps :)
Do both the LCD display and the Viewfinder not work? Or did you press the EVF/LCD button?
I can remember I had some panicking events with my camera, because I switched to a mode I did not understand (or even did not notice I did switch something) and only after intensive searching I found what I did wrong. My camera still works as it should, although I have fought severals times, now it is really defect. So don't panic or thing the worst.
Don't think you are stupid when you take the manual, to see how settings are.
There are several battery saving techniques that can be addressed the first being using the viewfinder and limiting the use of the LCD as much as possible. Limit the use of the internal flash. I often switch to manual focus during cold weather to save on battery power. On my Fuji FinePix camera the rather odd looking in focus indicator provides a accurate guide for correct focus. It might take a little getting use too as it works like a bar graph with the center being optimum focus and you turn the lens barrel until the graph comes to meet the center line. Took a little before I understood what it was doing. What didn't take long was for me to see the power savings Manual had over the auto focus. Also there is a power off mode that can be set for 2 minute auto off, here is a diagram to show you were it is.