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Camera will not turn on

When power button is pushed, camera beeps and logo flashes briefly. Will not stay on and shutter stays open. Have tried fresh batteries etc. no luck.

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i could be that the rechargeable batter is weak. try replaceing the battery for a new one. also check that the connections for the battery are clearn.

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