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My camera wont turn on

Its totally dead and the battery is charged

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The FS62 is about a three year old camera. If your battery is as old as the camera, I would highly suspect that is your problem (it's done, time for a new battery). Rechargeables are only meant to last a couple years max. Here's one, and here's another from Amazon (a little over 6 bucks with free shipping).

Posted on Dec 10, 2012

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