Question about Canon Cameras
Just tried to open it as usuall.................recharged the battery
What cassette? it is a digital camera, and it contains a battery and a memory card. The card should be come out, after you pressed it once. I hope you did not put in the memory card the wrong way around, because it could damage the contacts in the memory card holder.
Again, try to remove the battery for a few moments and the memory card. Then after inserting both everything should work. If not, contact a Canon certified repair centre. Fist ask what they will charge you for a diagnose. And also check what a new camera will set you back. Then decide if it is worth visiting a repair centre.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kodak Camera V610 easy share
This is what I need you to try..
If you're using a 5v ac adapter to charge the camera's battery - please hook it to the camera WITHOUT THE BATTERY in it. The 5v ac adapter can be an alternative power supply.
Turn on the camera - check if it would do the same thing - like lighting up, making a noise (attempting to extend the lens) and closes. If it does, the camera needs to be sent in for repair.
visit www.kodak.com/go/itg to arrange repair
If you are using a photoframe dock2 or camera dock series 3 to recharge the camera's batt - use its 5v ac adapter. It will work with the cam. Make sure, the batt is not in it to check the cam's condition, isolating the possible interference of the battery.
If the camera works fine - when the AC adapter is attached, no battery in it - consider buying a new battery.
V610 is a very nice camera, but it was manufactured in 2006. If you have not replaced the battery yet, it might just need to be replaced. Even Li-ion rechargeable batteries wear out eventually - it can only last up to 300 charging cycles.
If you're using a batt that is less than a year old, the cam might just need to be sent in for service.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
This happened with my Canon Powershot A470. I sent it back to he manufacturer and they said I was using the wrong batteries. Even though the camera is supplied with two alkaline batteries, they recommend using AA NimH rechargable batteries.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
SOURCE: Canon G10 wont turn on
Try removing the card first and then trying to power up the camera. Cameras often fail to turn on/off when a card goes faulty. Next I would try pushing the playback button, it also acts as a power button but starts the camera in playback mode. If this works it could indicate a problem with the power switch circuit itself. If there is still no sign of life I would suspect a fuse to have blown. They are internally located and very small, you would need to have a service centre try replace it for you. Good Luck!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: CANON G9 WONT TURN ON
This camera has a common problem where some internal screws get loose and it creates a short and no power. The site that services these is: www.camerasandparts.com Since they only do the powershot models they are really experienced with these. It costs $89 for everything and all of the service for the camera included. They're great for help with these and they automatically do the no power correction on the G9's they service. Hope that is helpful for you, I wish you the best with it.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
These cameras short out inside from a loose screw. The place that a lot of people go for help with this problem is www.camerasandparts.com They just work on the Canon powershot models and they are wonderful for service, about half the cost of most place for about twice the service. The nice thing about them is they do a fix inside the camera so the screw problem won't happen again. They're the place for help with these, lots of luck with it.
Posted on Aug 24, 2011
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