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Hi Martha, it sounds like you have either downloaded something and the arrows normally apply to this. My suggestion would be to turn your mobile off the remove the battery. Replace the battery then reboot. Problems like this are normally covered in the users handbook. If not open up Youtube and type the problem into the search window. Most times there are videos showing how to remove the problem. Good luck
I had a co-worker bring me his Asus A55a laptop that would not power on. The problem turned out to be the small power control board right under the power button. The parts was only $15.00 plus shipping. The local geek shop wanted $180.00 ( 3 weeks turn around time).
This is the best i could find so far. Let me know if it helps.With preview screen. Shoot photos, video clips and use as a PC-web cam.
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Requires 2 AAA batteries
Chances are you did create a short circuit. But, even if you would have given the camera a week to dry buried in a bowl of dry rice, the stickiness and the acidity of the soda would have continued to cause even more damage. Unless you're willing to spend some serious money to fix it, I would consider another camera and a more careful lifestyle.
After I figured this out, it was quite easy to resolve. Remove the toner cartridge from the drum cartridge. Remove the black plastic cover on the left side of the toner cartridge (3 Phillips screws). There is a "flag", which is a small plastic tab on the outer side set to the right at about 2 o'clock. Turn the gears until you fully reset the tab going counterclockwise to the 10 o'clock position (fully to the left). Reinstall the small black cover and the three phillips screws. And the idea to install black electrical tape over the small clear plastic windows on both sides is also a good idea to prevent the early and false message that the cartridge is empty. Make sure you do not allow that tape to get into the gears.
ok this happpened to my old kodak once. actually, several times.what i ended up having to do was give it to a mechanically inclined friend to fix. as it turned out, some cable had been fried after one of the times i dropped the camera. so you can either:
get rechargable batteries to save money
buy a new camera
contact a mechanically inclined friend/relative/co-worker
My co-worker brought me a C913 with the same problem. I took out the batteries, took out the SD card, played with the buttons... nothing. A web search was unfruitfull. For fun, when I turned it on, I grabbed and held the lens. The camera turned off but the lense stayed out. I turned on the camera, the lense stayed out and the camera WORKED! I turned it off, the lense docked properly. I turned it back on, it worked... Woohoo! Theory: Either the lense was slow at coming (binding) out or was not coming out far enough. The camera shut itself off because it wasn't fully extended in an alloted period of time. Hope it works for you. Glennster™