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Camera won't turn on

My camera won't turn on. I know it is not the batteries because they are brand new and ive tried different kinds. And usually if the batteries are bad the light thingy will flash red. My camera may have been dropped but i am not sure. Please help

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What sort of batteries are you using ? Alkaline do not have the oomph to run a camera They need to be Ni-Cad or Ni-Mah Check out the Tech Support Web Site at Kodak

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