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Before confirm transformer fault, load batteries and see whether it works. After loading batteries, pull out its AC cord from its AC socket at it back side. With AC cord connected at the back of the set, battery supply won't connected to the set. There is a cut - off switch at the AC socket. Only after removing the AC cord, the set will work on battery. Try this. If it works with battery, make sure that transformer or internal mains fuse has blown out.
This sounds similar to a problem I had. I brought the camera in under warranty and the repair shop fixed it. They shop text is cryptic.
Problem: Camera light keeps flashing, not charge
Solution: Troubleshoot to intermittent switch block control, replace with new one, test OK.
Remove the battery for 15 minutes, connect the AC Adapter and install the battery again. It that doesn't work, remove the battery again, wait 15 minutes, install it and plug the AC Adapter. It's a weird problem but in my PSP i get around that way.