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Dropped camera I dropped my camera on the carpet floor in the house, i switched the batteries over and over and plugged it in to the USB cord and it still will not turn on. A green light flashes once when 1st clicked on then a red light flashes like 2 times and it wont turn on. I dont know if its because i dropped it or if its just the batteries going dead or something!

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I think tonid is right try to check your batteries first before going to kodak the is a possibility that your battery is the problem.That will save you some money.

If you are good in disassembling part check you cam for loose connection am repairing to the inside connection of you cam.

If you think your can't disassemble if and no idea it is better to go to the nearest kodak to fix it for you

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When this camera is dropped you have to send it back to kodak so they can replace a part in the camera, it will cost $70.00.

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Your batteries will proberbly dead. you should try changing them

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