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Camera will not turn on

Hi, I have a brand new SD750 which I bought a week ago and now it won't turn on. The camera did not fall and at first I thought it was a dead battery, but after recharging the battery, the problem continues. The last thing I did was view some previous pictures. I left the camera in a car in 90 degree weather for about 90 minutes after that and ever since, it just hasn't worked. I've tried reseating the battery and memory card, all to no avail. I plan on taking into a camera shop to see if they can help and possibly try putting in a new battery. Any ideas? -Chris

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I think the heat did it. If you read the instruction book, it most likely has a page that says no excessive heat or cold. If you bought it a week ago, take it back to the dealer for warranty repair.

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