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remove batteries. try and turn camera on, of course it wont work without batteries but this may clear any capacitors.now fit new batteries or just refit the old if you know they are good. and try again, does it work now?
1) Direction of your battery might be wrong, Check out and put it again.
2) Load new or fully charged battery.
3) clean your battery terminal with soft cloth. (Might be it will filled with dirt or dust )
4) Turn ON the camera, again firmly.
Else, Your device need service (repair)
Rating the solution is highly appreciated....Good Luck
this can be happening due to some bad battery contacts in the camera. take some cotton buds and clean the lower and upper contacts of the camera.
this will help you. else revert back to us.
Yep you need to get an AC adapter. Can get a multiple voltage one at electronics store cheaply enough. Cheaper than getting an actual Fuji one that is for sure..
Then try to download the firmware for it from Fuji and that should do the trick... If not like you said time to get a new one.
Good luck. http://www.fujifilm.ca/x3719.xml