Hi there.. can you help me please to find aprox.. where can be locateted the fuse(s), on circuit board on this camera ? Have one like this, and can-t find eventually fuses.. It doesn-t power on, without reason...all was checked and nothing wrong at this point...
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i had a similar problem, in that the green light would flash but nothing would happen,
best to try a brand new set of batteries, and if that doesn't work, the ribbon which brings power from the batteries to everythin else may not be connected fully. if you have the skill, or know some one with the skill, just open the camera up, and check all the ribbons (the power ribbon is identified generally as a green ribbon).
hi,just try this , if you are a tecnition then open your camera and remove the circuit board and clean well by using alcohol and for more result put hot air on prosesor if posible or put the proseser infront of sunlight about half an hour,then fix it properly then see what happens , sure you find magic
If it is the the fuse in this camera that is blown, and if it is what I have seen before, it is an SMD device. It is soldered to the circuit board, and it is about 1/4 the size of a grain of rice. You will not be able to change this yourself. It takes specialized soldering equipment, tools, and training to change it.
If the fuse is actualy blown, the cause must also be found. Changing the fuse alone is not the proper answer.
Call Nikon to find out who there service rep is for your area, and take the camera in for an estimate.