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My cam does not turn on I bought my cam used but I put the batteries and it does not turn on everything seens fine I am a profesional photographer please help me with the best option to fix it , I don't have the manual of instructions of my digital cam please where can I download the manual , help me Im desperate, thanks a lot, hi from Puerto Rico to everybody kisses

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I do not own a Z5, but I have a Z3. You can download the manual from this site : You can choose the language (English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish) Copy and paste the url to your browser.

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Look for a small pinhole to reset the device, but problem may be a defective power switch-verified by disassembly of camera

Posted on May 28, 2007

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