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Nikon s8100 trash button stuck

Trash button is stuck

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SOURCE: nikon coolpix s8100 will not turn on. i have only

If it won't turn on, you're not going to be able to reset it.

Other than sending it back, the only suggestion I can make is do you have or can you borrow a spare battery. If so, try that. It could just be a failed battery.

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If your trash compactor does not work at all here are some things that you will need to check.
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