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test the adapto for open or faulty. 2( test the batteries for faulty, not charging, or band contacts clean it, or repair power supply inside the camera. Otherwise you must go the repair shop for fix it. God bless you
1. Remove the batteries from the camera and the memory card 2. Batteries should be Li-Ion Rechargeable Digital Camera Battery KLIC-7001
3. Verify batteries are inserted correctly 4. Place the camera in Auto Mode (Its green camera icon on the dialing mode) 5. Turn on the camera (if it failed try charging the camera) 6. Plug the USB AC adapter into a working power outlet. 7. Connect the USB cable to your camera and to the USB AC adapter. a. If lights on battery charging light [solid green] >charge the camera until light turns off or (up to 3hours) b. If lights on battery charging light [red or flashing red] >camera batteries are weak; replace with recommended batteries c.If lights on battery charging light has [NO light] >Try new set of supported batteries to test the camera one last time >If already tested with a new set of batteries, set up the camera for repair 8. After all the step still camera will not work contact Kodak support line at 1 800 235 6325 (23KODAK)
** since the camera is less than a year it can be sent for repair in warranty. To receive warranty entitlement, you need to include a photocopy of the receipt or proof of purchase NOTE:If Kodak repair center finds out customer induce damage, you will pay for the repair cost
Hello. Begin by cleaning all of the terminals in the camera and all of the battery terminals with the eraser end of a common pencil. you may merely have a thin coating of corrosioin preventing you from getting a good connection and also a good recharge.
If that does not fix it, try these steps:
f your camera will not turn on, do the following:
Remove all sources of power (batteries and AC Adapter) from the camera.
I had a similar experience, both with my original TZ5 and the replacement TZ5 Panasonic sent me. I was mystified at first, but now I think it's the AC adapter I was using. With the replacement camera, absolutely nothing happened between taking pictures of my new house and plugging in the camera to export the photos. The back of the camera near the AC input got really hot and my surge protector shut off. The camera won't turn on. I don't know about warranties, but if you think that's the problem and were using a Panasonic AC adapter, you should check. My (non-Panasonic) adapter worked ok the first time or two I used it.
do you have a memory card installed? is this camera new? not seeing in the viewfinder is not a good sign. if its a slr, the mirror is locked up, either by function or failure. need to know if its a slr or small format point and shoot to offer further advice.