It wasnt a big drop or anything it just fell out of my hand when i was holding it. and then from then it just never boots up again. when i turn it on it the screen turns all white and either just stays that way or the white light starts to blink on and off. Any one know what is wrong with it?
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It might work again if you're able to open up anything that you can open up... and allow to sit in a warm, dry place for a few hours. If you're able, it might help in drying to remove the battery. As you're trying to dry it out, you might want to turn it so that the keys are down. Maybe some moisture will drop out of it. It's an "iffy" deal. Might work... or might not...
If this is a new camera, it should still be under warranty. I suggest you contact Nikon before doing anything else to determine if the repair would be covered under warranty. Nikon also would be in a position to advise you as to what the problem might be so that in the event that the repair is not covered under warranty, you don't replace the wrong thing.
The only suggestion I have (that might not be a camera fault) is to make sure that you have not left the camera in Macro mode. This is a special extreme close-up mode offered by some cameras, and it does not allow autofocus on objects at normal distances. The icon for Macro mode is a little flower. On my Canon, this is selected on the left hand edge of the ring around the FUNC. button.
Fixed! Several people I've described the problem to asked me if I dropped the camera, and I honestly did not remember dropping it, but I could've just forgot that it happened. Later, (after this was posted) it slipped out of my hand and fell to the carpeted floor. When I picked it up, I noticed that the lens shutter had moved (to be closer together). I turned it on, and after a few automatic adjustments, the camera was working like normal again! Perhaps the same thing that broke it, fixed it!
This can be done without taking anything apart or removing anything except the lid switch.
Take the two screws out that holds the lid switch and let it drop into your hand. You may have to pull a little if it doesn't drop down on it's own. You may also have to push the tub over to get to the lid switch if you have big hands.
Dropping the mobile in water is a big problem,because if the circuit board gets wet then we cant do anything .But if the board is in good condition ,then we can overcome the software problems.And the screen can be replaced easily.you give the mobile in sony service center ,check whether the board is in good condition,if it is in good condition then give for service and can replace the screen with new one
if you have the know ledge of phone then only u can open the phone and check the strip which came from PCB ( Printed Circuit Board ) to LCD or just take a tissue paper and clean it ... that all other wise u have to change the strip..