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Nikon coolpix2100 not turning on

The camera was working fine until one day, when turing it on, only the green LED lit up, while the lens remain closed and the LCD was not turned on. I have tried replacing new batteries and new media card but the problem still exist. The camera does not respond to any input from any of the buttons on the camera. and i can't turn off the green LED using the camera's on/off button. i have to manually take out the batteries

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  • Sivanesan Sockalingam May 20, 2007

    d manual doesnt say anything about the LED, by the way, the LED lit up continuosly on my cam, bummer

  • Sivanesan Sockalingam May 21, 2007

    well, is it inevitable? i had the cam for bout 5 years already,n kinda like d functionality. n it only came with one year warranty.

    i just wanna find out what went wrong. If the whole camera just went dead> no LED, LCD, or lens, then i suspect its d dc/dc converter which can b replaced for a small sum. but i guess the power is not impaired cause d LED is on.

  • Sivanesan Sockalingam May 21, 2007

    well,time to buy a new one i guess, hahaha, i was thinking about trying canon out, especially the a640, hopefully dat doenst jam up



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I have had the same problem. Either Tech support or a camera shop suggested that I should expect this as the digital cameras don't last. I am able to still use mine although when I just have to have a picture or two to email. After opening the battery compartment I turn the dial to "Set-up" and turn on. I select welcome screen and select it coolpik and then turn the dial to normal operation. It will take a couple of pictures but often freezes shortly there after. I repeat the same procedure before downloading pictures and it works fine. Tom

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What does the manual say about the Green LED? Take a look through this list

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    john ash May 21, 2007

    Well it does seem as if it has died on you.
    Contact the makers website tech support.
    How long have you had it?
    Would it be covered by a warranty in your neck of the woods?

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    john ash May 21, 2007

    Thats it then ,time for the long goodbye
    But you never know - look up the website - there may be a glimmer



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