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My Canon SD600 will not turn on (battery is fully charged)

The camera will not turn on. Itis dead - no sounds. Nothing happens. I have checked the batter - it is fullycharged. I have also used another fully charged battery with no success.

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  • tonypowers83 Jun 21, 2009

    Yes - I think it is the fuse. THanx

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  • Have a look at the battery door switch under the battery door but beside the memory card slot. You will see a small black switch. Is it damaged or even missing? If its missing that could very well be the problem. Or, if its there, try pressing it down carefully using a pen while the door is open, and at the same time press the power button. Does it work? If so, it's the switch causing the fault.
  • If that doesn't seem to be it, it is possible the internal fuse needs replacing. A good camera shop should be able to do this for you inexpensively.
  • Finally, it could be a faulty motherboard. Solders and tracks can break/microcrack overtime. Best bet in this case would be to have it checked out by a good repair store. If they will charge too much, it's probably worth buying a new camera instead.
Best of luck!

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Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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