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Won't turn on, lens won't extend

Green light flashes. won't turn off. Batteries all ok. When I change batteries, prompted for date change. Worked on the 14th. Never been dropped of liguid damage. Always stored in Kodak carry bag.

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  • jjhoffman Feb 01, 2009

    Turns on, get a green light the lens tries to extend but quickly quits and it turns off again. I can manually pull out the lens so it is not stuck.I checked the battery and it puts out about 4.2 volts.

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