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Will not turn on

My superzoom.115 will not turn on even tho I put new battery in it..Does anyone know if I need to have film in it..Also it stopped working, right in the middle of my film, and lost all my pics I had on it..

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  • Santol Feb 08, 2009

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    I have the same problem. I put a new film in it and pressed the on off switch when it did not switch on by itself. I though it was because of the battery. But if putting new battery also did not do the trick, then it could be something else altogether.


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Try cleaning the connection, scrubbing at where the battery connects with a wire brush to get rid of corrosion & make sure of a tight connection.

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