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Camera stopped working

Recently, this camera stopped working. Initially, the light next to the viewfinder would blink red 10 times and the camera would shut down. Now, it doesn't blink at all. I've placed the camera in the dock, but it still won't turn on. I've replaced the battery with the same results. I've taken out the battery and memory stick, then replaced them...no go. Kodak is no help. There was some sort of error code before it went belly up. It was pretty quick, but said "Error 84--" (possibly 8416). Any suggestions?

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  • Jeff Allendorph Jul 31, 2007

    Thanks...I thought of that. I was hoping there was some sort of fix, though. I've also discovered that the camera/dock is not charging the new battery. I'm guessing this also has something to do with it.

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    john ash Jul 31, 2007

    I not know the battery- but investigate a third party charger that will do the job
    but problably you wont get any where .
    New camera then

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