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Camera won't turn on

Had camera 1 year and worked perfectly. Suddenly will not turn on, battery is in correctly, is fully charged (on wall charger) and has not been dropped.

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If when you press the power button the little green light on the right blinks it indicates that your circuit board is still ok. It would most likely be a bad lens unit. If you press the power button and the little green light does not blink you have a bad circuit board and it needs to be replaced.

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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Hey I have the same problem. But I do see an Image on the cam is very dark but the image is there. You said that I have to ge it serviced. Where could I take here In NYC? 

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