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No power Even if I put in new batteries the green light goes on but goes of again? what can the problem be?

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Re: No power

The green light just has to do with "manual focus" it isn't supposed to stay on... When you see a blue screen, that means you have the camera on the setting to where you can see your pictures. You should be able to tell the difference, there is OFF, A play button that shows you your pictures, and a camera for when you are ready to take pictures

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