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I press the power button and two seconds later there are two beeps and the camera shuts off. The battery is fully charged...

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Two beeps mean only that there is a problem.

Whenever a fault is detected Samsung cameras prompt with two beeps, there is no error code, and the camera usually must be tested by a technician to find the fault.

All you can do is trying to remove SD card, and replace battery with fresh alkaline ones. Then try to turn on the camera, when you turn it on , if it still does not start, try tapping gently the back of the camera to help lens out, just in case the fault is lens error.

Also try leaving the camera to rest for three or four days in a dry place with no battery. This can help if camera is faulty because of liquid damage.

If that does not work, then the camera must be disassembled and tested, in that case you can get a quote here:Advance Camera.

Regards.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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