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Camera won't turn on

I've replaced the batteries with rechargeable 2300 mAh, and nothing. I push the power button and the green light will come on for a second and then go off. It will not come on. The previous batteries died while the lens was out and now it's stuck that way and the camera won't turn on at all.... Any Solutions?

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Are you sure you are using the correct battery specified in the manual of the camera?

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