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Camera will not turn on. new batteries installed. zoom lens will not move outward.

Camera model easy share 8.0 mega pixels.

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  • esalfi Dec 24, 2007

    I haave tried multiple types of batteries and I have downloaded new firmware of the website but I still have the same problem. It take a couple of pictures and the battery symbol comes up and turn off.

  • debbiet12 Mar 25, 2008

    I have a Kodak Easy Share Z812 IS. I bought the camera in October and have used the camera previously but now it does not turn on. I just bought a charger and full charged the battery but it still does not turn on.

  • Susan729 Apr 24, 2008

    Same problem here. It might turn on, then quickly turns off - bought new batteries and charger (correct kind) still no luck. Of course it is slightly out of warranty.....



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Are you sure the battery is charged?

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