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Camera will not turn on

My camera will not turn on,  I have checked the battery.  I've tried charging it.  There is no lights, showing that it's charging.  It will not do anything.  No, I have not dropped it or damaged it.  I keep it in a case and put up.

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Re: Camera will not turn on

Replace the batteries... This happened to mine and it was the battery.. however it can be the LCD is shot if that does not work...

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Try replacing the batteries

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