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Camera no longer connects to camera dock?

Someone in my family dropped our CX6230 camera on the floor last week. The camera itself still seems to work fine. The problem is that it no longer connects to the camera dock properly (there's no blinking red light on the camera dock or anything, it acts as if the camera isn't even there). The camera still fits into the dock properly and there doesn't seem to be any sepecific damage done to the connectors on the bottom of it, as far as I can tell. Anyone ever encounter a problem like this?

Oh, when the camera fell, the battery popped out and I had to reset the date and time. Don't know if that's relevant or not.


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Oh i had the SAME problem...the wiring in the camera itself probably is wrecked...take it back to where you got it and see if they have the same camera still in stock and if they do DONT tell them you dropped it tell them it just stopped working,,

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