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No pwer I have this unit and seldom used it. one time when i am going to use it, it does not switch on even i put a new battery. kindly help me with this problem. and if possible, give me a location of your service center in our country(Philippines). I search the net and was not able to find service center in our location kindly help.

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  • susan111 Feb 20, 2008

    butch6103, i am having the same problem.  hadn't used the camera in months and when i turn it on to take a picture it turns off...annoying, wonder if it's the memory card?




    sus

  • butch6103 Mar 07, 2008

    Hi Rhythmicity,

    Thanks for the solution you gave for my Coolpix DIGIcam. I will do it and will post the result.

    thanks,
    Butch

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What type of battery are you using? Do you have the right battery setting?

The camera's battery setting is set to "Coolpix" as the default (the original batteries it came with). If you're using regular alkalines, be sure to change this setting in the camera (Menu > set up > battery type > alkaline).

When the batteries ran out for the first time, I bought cheap dollar store batteries, and when I put them in my camera, it shut off immediately when I tried to turn it on, despite them being brand new. I found out this was because the batteries didn't have enough juice to power my camera. I replaced them with Duracell, and it worked fine after that (Panasonic, another dollar store battery works okay too).

Hope that helps.

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