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My camera won't turn on. It's charged, lights flash no response

My camera won't turn on. I put it on the charger and the lights turn on and everything. I push the power button and all three of the lights flash one at a time but it does nothing. Can you help me?

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my kodak v 603 suddenly went dead ,i tried to charge the battery but all i saw was 3 red lights flashing i disconnected right away.
i bought a new battery, when i installed it the camera got hot i removed the battery, what is wrong?

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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try taking it to your local camera or electronics store and see if they can clean the contacts on your charging port and your battery slot and/or run a coninuity test on your charging port.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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Hi,

For this problem try doing the following:

  • remove the battery and the memory card
  • clean the metal copper on the battery
  • power on the camera without the memory card
If problem persist call the 18002356325 for technical support for KODAK Digital cameras

Thanks
Hope this will help

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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You can used the USB cable to charged the camera, But some of the M863 camera will not take charged usign the USB cable., I strongy suggest used the AC adaptor just make sure the AC adaptor is 5V ac adaptor it will only charged using the 5V adaptor., About the flashing green it indicates camera is charging just wait for the solid green light it means it fully charged

You may purchased also a special charger for your battery(KLIC-7001)- cahrer model is K8600-C. i think the price of this charger is around $29.00

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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