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Screen my sister's camera for some reason has decided not to work. The camera keeps saying change batteries even though we put new ones in, and the screen doesn't come on for more than a second. Any suggestions?

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If it is a young camera - send it back for repalcement If out of warranty the supplier and/or maker may offer a swap out for a modedst fee. There is going to be no 'repair remedy'

Posted on May 17, 2007

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