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My camera just stopped working

One day i was at the beach takeing pics and then i went home and tried to turn it on and as soon as it turn on it turns right off i dont know why ive only had 4 months

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Remove the memory card and the battery
Clean the metal contacts on the battery using a clean cloth
Use the camera w/o the memory card

Pls test with an alt. batt.
If you do not have access to a dif. battery.
Pls. take the batt out of the camera. Insert the charger into the unit from the main socket and turn the camera on. If the camera works you will need to replace the batt. If not you will need to order a No power repair.

Pls. bear in mind if sand came into the camera is will be an OoW repair of 48,44 Pounds.

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Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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Hi Kaitlyn,

The camera usually turns itself off automatically if it detected a problem. And in your case that after taking them to the beach it does not work afterwards, this is a common problem with cameras. This is what you try to do as this has become effective with most cases. Hold the camera to your right hand with the lens facing down. Then try to hit the camera's base to your left palm as you press the camera to turn on; do this a couple of times. If the problem is still there, again hold your camera with both hands with the lens facing downwards and as you turn the camera on, shake it downwards.

The reason for this is because there might be a small granule of sand or dirt stuck inside the lens' sides while you were on the beach and thus the lens is having a hard time to retract.

If this does not work or if you have other clarifications, please let me know.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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