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Doesnt come on

It just stoped working after my lame little cousin droped it =[
is it broken completly?

it fell on a tile floor and it will not turn on. all that it does is a little green light will flash 10 times, beep 3 times, and the screen flashes white one time.

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    My little nephew dropped mine and it won't turn on. When I try to turn it on the lense won't come out. Porbably has to do with the face that he dropped it while it was on. I beeps three times then I can't do anything until I take the batteries out.



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Uh oh. Sounds Like Loose screws. Or maybe Something in the led light area!

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