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Just stopped working

I was transferring photo's with usb connection when it just stopped working changed batteries but still no joy, lens locked in out position can anyone please advise

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  • yasse Mar 13, 2008

    Camera (Kodak easyshare C613, 4 months old) just stopped working while I was taking pictures. Lens in out position, no result after changing batteries, nor when I tried connecting her to computer via USB.
    Could there be a solution for that?
    :'-(

  • smtrouble59 May 21, 2008

    i was transfer pics to computer when it stopped at 60% said there was a problem had to report it to microsoft why

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Call the manufacture most cameras I had the battery doors looses contact with batteries defective problem with these camera that you have to take out the batteries to recharge newer camers rehrge themself from the usb cablwe lookinto a camera like that fromm jeff in lowell ma

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