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My s3300 doesn't turn on sometimes and when it does, it has a blurry screen. Bought a new battery and charged overnight and numerous other times but that has not helped. Any other ideas?

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Sorry, this is a Nikon Coolpix

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What make and model of Digital Camera is this, please - a Google search for that reference number turned up zilch.

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