It turns ON and again turns OFF automatically, I had tried with new batteries also, but still persists same problem. Only I can view the pictures stored in the camera, if i want to take a picture then it turns OFF.
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I think the battery is the first thing that you should consider about. Seems like your camera has no power even to make a picture. Have you check the battery power? If the camera got low bat you should charge first and try to turn it on again. If you have make the battery full but the problem persist, maybe your battery already drop/broken so you need to buy the new one. But if you have a friend who have the same camera as you are, you can borrow his/her battery to check out weather this is battery problem or not.
Try to push the ON/OFF button longer or harder. If the problem persist, take the batteries off then put in again into your camera. Picture of battery shows your battery stats full/empty. Picture of flower is indicator that you use "MACRO" mode, this is mode when you have to take a small picture with near range between object and lens while capturing the picture, not suggested for taking daily pictures. If you don't need this function you can turn off the "MACRO" mode, certain camera have dedicated button to adjust it, but see the manual to make sure.
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Confirm if you're using a fully charged Battery with the Camera. Check if you're able to playback the images normally. Then, try to reset the Camera by either pressing the Reset button when the Camera is in ON condition or by removing the Battery and pressing the Power button for 1 minute and reinsert the Battery. Unfortunately, if the issue persists your Camera requires service.
This issues seems to be because of discharged battery. As the battery is not charged enough to take more than one shot. Hence it automatically switches off you camera after one shot. Please change your battery to full, and then try to take some shot.
You may try using any another compatible Battery pack in the Camera to ensure if the issue is not causing due to the Battery. Actually, when the Camera is switched to the "Picture or Camera" mode then the power consumption increases spontaneously. So, if the Batter is not holding sufficient charge to cater the power need of the Camera in the Camera mode then it'll automatically turn off. However, if the issue persists with spare Battery also then you may try resetting the Camera to the original factory settings by pressing and holding the Reset button for 30 seconds. Otherwise, it's required to get the Camera to resolve the hardware issues.
1). Download all you pictures on the memory card onto your computer and format the memory card. This will enhance the performance. Its possible too much pictures are there on you memory card and therefore the camera performace drop and hangs.
2). Clean the battery terminals as well as the terminals on your battery and fully it charge it.
Try the above and let me know if the problem still persists.
Turn the power off and on again message is displayed when the Lens mechanism is stuck or when there is an internal malfunction. To resolve the issue, try turning off and on the power for few times. If the issue persists, try power resetting the Camera.
To power reset the Camera, remove the battery from the Camera. Press and hold the power button of the Camera for 30 seconds. Remain the Camera without power for 60 seconds and reinsert the battery to check the operation.
You can also try Initializing the Camera by selecting the INITIALIZE option from the SETUP1 Menu of the Camera.
If the issue persists, service may be required.
This worked for me after having the persistent "Replace the batteries" problem for about a year straight.
1. Reset the camera, according to the instructions in the manual. (Power on, hold MENU for 5+ seconds, select “OK”, wait, turn camera off).
2. Remove the date/time battery for two minutes (the tiny one in the battery compartment in its own little plastic holder). Replace after 2+ minutes.
3. Important: Insert freshly charged batteries into the camera.
I tried everything short of getting a new camera, and this was the ONLY thing to work for me. Its also simple enough that it takes 3 minutes to do, in case it were to ever happen again while on vacation, etc.