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WILL NOT POWER ON

MY DAUGHTER CRACKED THE EDGE OF A MEMORY CARD & PUT IT IN THE CAMERA. IT WOULDN'T COME OUT. WITH A LITTLE FORCE IT CAME OUT, NOW MY CAMERA WILL NOT POWER ON. I OPENED THE CAMERA I DON'T SEE ANYTHING BROKEN.

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My daughter used the camera in the zoo, after a while she heard some "bee, bee, bee ... " sound, then the cameran will not power on, even with new batteries. I am not sure what is wrong with the camera. Any suggestions ?

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