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My Optio M30 will not stay turned on. I have replaced the battery and the memory card but when I turn it on, it turns on for a few seconds and then it shuts off.

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  • juliets18 Feb 29, 2008

    I have tried 2 new fully charge batteries, replaced the memory card and tried it without the memory card. I do not have the plug in adapter

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Hmmm..that's a little odd...can you see how much battery is available..do you have the power plug in adaptor, by chance?

try it without the memory card

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Feb 29, 2008

    hmmm...well...then perhaps you have a defective camera...is it under warranty?

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