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Cannot Start Up

When you turn it on, the lens opens, three lights blink in the top left corner, and the white screen saying Kodak Easy Share System comes on. After this the camera immediately turns off and the lens closes. We thought it was the battery, so we replaced it with the Energizer Kodak KLIC-7002 battery. We let it charge and we are having the same problem. Is there any solutions or is the camera broken.

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Hi to the person who had the above problem. My Kodak is also doing this on off procedure. Did you find a solution to your problem?

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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Go to Kodak Technical Support- There may be an issue here that they will deal with free of charge.

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