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I do not know if the camera still works as I have had an epeleptic fit sinnce it was last used

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How can I help you with the camera? could you post the brand and model of the camera so I will be able to assist you better.

well if the batteries are charged the camera should turn on from the power button. In any case can you be more spesific about the problem, does the camera turn on or not at all?

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Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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