Question about Kodak EasyShare ZD710 Digital Camera
This problem is frequently due to corrosion on the battery contacts inside the camera. Remove the battery and rub the camera contacts firmly with a clean dry cloth or cotton swab. Heavy buildup may require cleaning with a fine wire brush or steel wool. After the cleaning, insert the batteries and see if the camera will power up.
If the camera powers on briefly, the lens zooms in and out, and then the camera powers down, your problem is likely due to lens damage or dust/dirt/lint in the zoom mechanism. A damaged lens will require professional repair, especially if the camera has recently been dropped. A clogged mechanism can frequently be cleaned and restored to working by blowing a stream of air (from canned air or a compressor) around the base of the lens where it meets the camera.
I hope these common remedies work for you.
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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