I dropped my camera a few times and then I tried to turn it on. All it would do is a few beeps, lends go in and out, then shuts off. I am using Duracell batteries, but I don't think that is the case. Did I damage something inside?
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Something is stopping the camera from starting. Possible lens damage. Also could be a connection inside the camera. This may be a camera you would want to sell as a repair item or AS IS on Ebay or a site like that.
ok have same problem press the power button and and the play> button at the same time. your screen will come on but not lens. then hold the play button down untill lens come out. this will work for you , you may have to do it a couple of times but it will work
You certainly need to use high capacity Ni-Mah or lithium batteries.
Using alkaline would have caused overheating and may therefore have damaged the board.
You are right to ask is a repair worth it?
Almost certainly the answer is no even if possible.
There are usually no spare parts available.
Go back to tech support and this time simply report the bare facts -'It wont stay on'.
Say nothing about the battery situation.
Depending on the age of the device you may be offered a reasonable swap out price.