Question about Kodak Advantix F620 Zoom APS Point and Shoot Camera

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Dont take any pictures

When i turn camera ON, display starts flashing and nothing works even lens is closed! The film is inside in the beginig display shows 16 frames left(for a 2 sec) and then display starts flashing shows anything it can show at all...
Help me please to solve this problem!!! Thank you for any advise!!!

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  • gvsass Feb 14, 2009

    I've all ready try... No luck :(

  • gvsass Feb 14, 2009

    sorry but i cant open it, maybe it because the film is inside partly photographin...

  • gvsass Feb 15, 2009

    Ok, i rewind the film, and when i rewind it the screen flashing like it flashing in past, i get the film off the camera and it's behavior said "E" and than screen starts flashing again...

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Change the batteries and try again.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

  • Sujith Gopinath
    Sujith Gopinath Feb 14, 2009

    The open the film chamber a little bit in a dark room and close immediately.

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