Question about FUJIFILM Cameras
The warranty should be at least one year.
Try a warranty repair or replacement.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
Brand new camera, never used Fuji Film JX650. I opened up it tried to turn it on. It didn't work. I plugged it in and left it charging for about 9 hours over night. I tried to power it up the next day. nothing. no power when it's not plugged in. Plug it in and it comes on. WTH? It is brand new! I even bought a new battery thinking that was the problem. It still won't work. same problem.
Posted on May 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Usually, when your battery has been in the charger long enough for it to be fully charged, the indicator light either changes color, or turns off. This indicates that the charge is complete.
Does your light do either, change color or turn off?
If neither of these works right, check your user manual, usually in the back, which will tell you what the indicator lights mean.
If your camera and battery are doing what they are supposed to be doing, then you may have bought a faulty camera, or the battery which came with it was faulty.
Be certain to read the manual very carefully, to be certain that you are following the instructions properly. If you have done everything right, then return the camera and or battery to the place from which you purchased the camera, and have them check it out to ensure that all is proper.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
SOURCE: Camera won't power up
Mine was the microswitch that tells the camera the battery / card door is closed. The tiny, cheap plastic protrusion that pushes on the switch broke off. Jam the switch with the end of a toothpick.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I had the same problem after a day at the beach. What I did was get a
can of compressed air (from the computer section) and blow air around
the lens as I repeatedly turned it on. It took about five cycles, but
I eventually cleared whatever was preventing the lens from fully
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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