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If the lens mechanism has been damaged or is sticking from foreign material around the lens housing it will shut down when you try to power on. Once in a while you can try to assist the lens by placing gentle pressure against it when you power on and the lens may retract. This will most likely not fix the problem but it may give you a better idea if the mechanism is damaged or not.
Make sure that your camera lens is straight and not slanted. If it is then pull it out with pliers. Once you've done that, then take out your battery. The lens should still be out, but when you turn it on, the whole thing will restart and it will ask you the date and stuff. That's what happened to mine. It is now perfectly fine. I hope I helped.