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Need Help My camera will not power fully on. I have put new batteries in, and will not seitch on. It will, however, show the picture gallery, and menu options, but as soon as you switch to camera mode I get a black screen and it will not take any pictures...what happened?

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This appears to be a failure in the circuit board.
As such there is no repair option.
It could be as simple as a slightly loosened connection to an actual component failure
As these things as machine made there a very few repair options or if offered cost nearly as much as new camera

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