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My camera died for no reason!

My camera was working fine when my step daughter was using it. she then told me that it had stopped working after she turned it off. we tried changing the batteries, and it didnt help. all the camera did was turn on for less tahn a second, and then turn off. now it seems that it wont turn on at all. we changed the batteries various times: no change. does anyone have any solutions to this problem??

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Re: My camera died for no reason!

Most probably the camera must be fall down and some internal circuit is short circuited which is swiching off the camera. sangita

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