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If the camera was dropped, the circuit board or some other part inside was probably damaged. The camera would require factory level service. First verify what you paid for the camera, and then get an estimate. You may find it more worth while to replace the camera.
As for myself, I dropped a digital camera, and the lens was damaged. The repair cost was over 80% of the cost of a new camera.
make sure the battery is charged and if it is and u r still having this problem try pluging it in a pc to see if your camera still works if it is maybe the lenz is messed up and if thats the case i cant help u with that
hi.. u know what ill suggest you visit the kodak website and there'sactually a step by step procedure in troubleshooting camera problems.. i already did check it but ofcourse certain informations were asked that only u can answer (since u own the camera)..
this is the website link... there are selections for the type of camera u have, select digicam then V series and there is a selection for camera dropped or exposed to liquid.. after that if will ask for serial num etc... hope that will help u... and i hope everything itll get fix.!
Ihave the same problem. Its annoying. When you turn it on does it make a buzzing noise? Cause that's what mine does. Except I never dropped my camera. It just goes to the Polaroid screen and then turns off. I'm wishing I wouldve bought a different camera :( Sorry I can't help..