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Will not come on

Dear Friend,
When I press the button to turn on the camera, normally
the lens cover opens and the lens zooms out. All of a sudden when I press the button to turn on it will not do anything.


When I press "on", I get no response. Also, when I charge, I get a blinking red light instead of a constant one. Taking battery / memory card out and putting it back in doesn't seem to help. Any other advice?

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  • acrichards Mar 06, 2008

    I am experiencing the exact same problem! Any ideas anyone! I cannot turn my camera on at all!

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I have the same problem. It looks like a defective battery as I tried a friends battery and the camera worked.

Mine is less than a year old so not happy.

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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