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This just happened to me last night. Literally, the EXACT same thing. Here's the sollution:
Wait 'til your camera has run out of chage, it will then turn off. The camera lens will still be sticking out, though. Once it has turned off, take your charger, plug it in, and then charge your camera. Once the charger is actually in the camera itself, it will turn on and resume its' normal mode. :)
What happened is that the camera got turned on in your pocket or somewhere and the lens got jammed trying to open up. The problem is that the outer lens ring is not turning all the way and the camera doesn't fully load.
Solution 1: Put the camera into the charger, press the power button so the green light is flashing, unplug it from the charger. The camera will try to realign its lens. (You might have to do this a few times.)
Solution 2: Manually help turn the outer lens ring clockwise when it turns on.
i have the same problem ..
it was error 16 AND 21 .
im not entirely sure about the error 27 or any other
but i do know for a fact its because there
is something like dirt ; hairspray ; make up etc.
in the lens .
idk how to take the camera apart ..
but your best luck is to kind of jar your camera with your
palm or a book or something .
mine fell on the floor at first and was fixed ,
but today i dropped it in a little bit of sand and hasnt gone
back down yet .
im hoping i can fix it :/
let me know if any of you have any luck .
first it is not the volt but the current the barrery is having. check it with milliampere meter, because even a recently dead battery may show you proper voltages.
second yes there are safety fuses in the power section near the battery terminals and power socket. try locating and check for continuty.