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Try putting in regular batteries and see if it will turn on. The rechargeable batteries might be over-taxed and won't recharge. My Olympus camera works just as good on regular batteries as on the rechargeable ones. It is easier to come up with regular batteries than having to always run to the docking station to recharge the original batteries. I hope this works for you.
That sounds as if it may be a repair issue with the chip inside the camera that controls image processing. You may want to call Olympus Customer Service to discuss repair policy. Their telephone number is 800-622-6372 option 2 and then option 3.
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Check battery compartment.
Clean the terminals in the bottom with an eraser on the end of a pencil.
Make sure the compartment door is a firm closure- press it closed to ensure contact.
Of course the batteries have to be up to scratch and of the correct specification
Still in trouble?
have contacted the Olympus Tech Support Team?
If it of recent purchase send it back to vendor.
Do not go for the repair route - those prices are not commercial at all- better the new camera.
I think there is a problem in lens assy. ,and it may be required to repair or replace the whole lens assy. so no one can help you otherthan Olympus.
So it is advisable to go to Olympus shop.