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My Camera is in Dead condition

Hello,
I recently dropped my camera while i was walking after which my camera stopped working completely(In Dead condition), i even tried changing a new battery but no luck. Any inputs will be of a great help.

Thanks,

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  • Rahmanshaf Apr 25, 2008

    You have posted a solution which can done only by an camera technician. your comment is forcing to value your solution rather than accepting that this didn't solve the problem.

    Thanks again for trying.

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Digital camera a really a pain arnt they will several things could be causing you problem. solider joint broke, cracked board, loose ribbon cable, any of these will cause your problem. now there is hope. if you are filmier with the inside of a digital camera than tear into it lol. If not you need to send it in to a service center like mine once received we can better determine your problem.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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    Mike Johnson Apr 24, 2008

    If your camera is dead what do you expects any one to tell you a miracle cure? or the truth see once you lock a thanks for trying result you damage the profile of the person that is trying to help you.

  • Mike Johnson
    Mike Johnson Apr 25, 2008

    There is no other solution for a dead camera I am not tiring to force nothing. I am letting you know that this is the only solution your problem is one of several possibilities and I was tiring to give you the best answer to correcting your problem if you are skilled in diagnosing digital camera problems you would know that there are several part like the main board, or a cold solder joint, loose cable, corroded battery terminal, and other damaged circuit in the camera can cause this problem. with out the proper test equipment you can not correctly fix this problem. I was tiring to let you know that there is no easy fix to your problem and letting you know that there are places out their that can fix your camera that have the expertise to help you out that is all nothing more.

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