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Dropped camera now it will not power up or anything battery is charged

What do I need to do? dropped camera and nothing will come on I have reset battery charged it up also

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You probably blew a fuse. Maybe the lens jammed and the motor could not overcome the jam so it shut itself down to protect itself. I dropped my first camera, under AMEX warranty and it came back with 3 fuses repaired, no physical damage-just wouldnt turn on.

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