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Won't turn on

I dropped my camera (oops), but on carpet. Now, it won't turn on. I've tried taking the battery out and putting it back in. I've made sure it is charged. When I turn it on, it beeps like it normally does but doesn't actually turn on. Thanks!

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  • christinab Dec 07, 2007

    I have the same problem, and the two suggested solutions didn't work for me. If I press the power button it just beeps and the LED light flashed (and the same happens if I press the camera or view buttons). Removing the battery, recharging the battery, pressing "on" while inserting the battery, plugging the camera into the computer through the USB cord... None of these options work. Any suggestions? Except for the beep and the light flash, the camera appears to be entirely unresponsive.

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2007

    EXILIM EX-Z1000

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2007

    my phone just want turn on and i have tried different batteries

  • Mwezi Dec 26, 2007

    Same thing. I can view and operate the camera in play mode to see the pics that I've taken, but when I try to turn on the rec mode, it opens the lens with the LED light blinking and promptly shuts it down again.

  • karen49 Aug 14, 2008

    It does not turn on at all. I press the on button and get nothing.

  • bryan3744 Aug 24, 2008

    My Exilim 7.2 won't turn on. Was not dropped or abused in any way. Simply removed from carry pack and nothing. Charged battery and inspected but, no apparent damage. No bleep, no light, it is dead!

  • richwolf Dec 15, 2008

    Yesterday I was taking pictures. Today it won't turn on. And when put into the charging cradle, no charging light appears. Yes, the cradle is plugged in.

  • saminaas Jan 17, 2009

    Same thing. I can view and operate the camera in play mode to see the pics that I've taken, but when I try to turn on the rec mode, it opens the lens with the LED light blinking and promptly shuts it down again.

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"However, weeks later - we're experiencing setup issues - we have to reinput all settings prior each usage."

I had the same problem, and I fixed it by going to 'reset' in the menu and resetting it to defaults. I think that perhaps the internal memory got scrambled somehow.

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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I had the same problem, and none of the solutions above helped me. In frustration, I left my camera in the charger, charging for something like a week and when I checked my camera, it worked. I'm figure that I have a problem with my battery since it is after market.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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I was able to fix the problem with my camera, but in a very odd way... I started to push the lens (which were stuck in the protruding/"on" position) in with nothing more than my fingers, and suddenly they started automatically retracting into the camera. Once the lens had fully retracted, the camera could turn on again and has worked for months since!

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Try placing the camera in the docking station to turn on. My camera wouldn't turn on and this is the first thing I did to resume function. However, weeks later - we're experiencing setup issues - we have to reinput all settings prior each usage. I called today 1-800-435-7732 Customer Service and they directed me to 1-800-706-2534, #5 the Casio Repair Center in Dover, NJ. I'll have to call them tomorrow during normal business hours. NOTE: WE DON'T LIKE THIS CAMERA! WE HAD A 5.0 MP BUT DAMAGED THE DISPLAY - SWAPPED OUT FOR THIS UPGRADE... WORST MOVE EVER!!!

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Hi,
1). Just check whether it's in picture mode or camara mode,
2). Press the on/off button for a second & remove the battery & put it again while pressing the on/off button.

good luck

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