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My camera won't turn on even with new batteries

I try to turn the camera on to either take a photo or review photos and the screen will light up green for a second and then go black as well as the small oval next to the view finder is green for a second and then blinks red. I can't get it to turn on and the batteries are brand new! HELP! Am I going to need a new camera?

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Re: My camera won't turn on even with new batteries

Just figured out a solution. When turning on camera, press the review button (probably any'll work but this is the one I used) as the kodak screen appears. My camera still won't turn on normally but this is better then no camera at all! Good luck and hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

Re: My camera won't turn on even with new batteries

Mine's doing the same thing...need help please!!

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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