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Won't turn on

It just flashes a red light and will not turn on. Battery has a full charge.It worked fine before charging. I have used different battery also.

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  • Rotsac Mar 07, 2009

    same problem as aodaniel's "wont turn on" it doesn't turn on it just flashes its red indicator light but it wont open. can you help me with this problem. thanks

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Sent it to the manufacturer for repair

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