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If The Lens Is All The Way Out And Wont Go Bak In Thats Why The Camera Wont Turn On Not The Other Way Around. Try Very Gently Turning The Lens And Turning The Camera On At The Same Time Till U Hear A Click That Should Do The Trick.
I had something similar happen to me, though the damage to mine just came from being in a high humidity environment. Kodak has a "feature" that is designed to prevent you from causing further damage to the camera. If there is no actual physical damage it is possible to reset the software but it seemed to involve some luck.
First go to the Kodak web site and download the latest firmware update, and follow their instructions for method 2 (using the memory card).
Here is the tricky part: Turn the camera on by pressing Favorites, Review, On/Off. I found that after a few somewhat random tries it started the Firmware upgrade by asking if you wanted to continue. The answer is "YES!!!"
Once you do that your Camera should come back to life if you didn't do any other damage.
I'm sure there must be a way to do this without the tricky part, so I'd love to hear if anyone knows it.