Sanyo camera will not turn on battery is fully charged
I have had my Sanyo VPC-E870 camera for about a month never had any problems with it til yesterday. i went to transfer pictures from my camera to my computer everything was fine there. then i took the camera put it in my purse and then when i went to use it later that night...it would not turn on. came home let it charge over night and it still will not turn on?
Re: sanyo camera will not turn on battery is fully...
First you check ur battery power still constant if not check ur memory card .Empty. ur memmory card through another card reader then on ur camera without putting MC.
in this way ur probleum will solved.
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Always check the batteries first but if is it still giving the same fault, your camera is faulty. It should be taken to an authorized repair centre for a repair estimate. Very few digital cameras have any user-serviceable parts. Anything is fixable but it is more "is it cost effective"
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Thanks Richard Scott Technical Support New Zealand
THE SCREEN YOU REFER TO IS ACTUALLY PART OF A UNIT CALLED THE LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY AND HAS TO BE REPLACED AS A UNIT. FINDING THE PART WILL BE VERY HARD AND CHANGING IT IS A VERY TECH HEAVY JOB! YOU'RE TALKING MICRO CIRCUITS AND TINY PARTS. PLUS, WHEN THEY BUILD THESE CAMERAS, THEY REALLY DON'T EVER PLAN TO OPEN THEM UP AGAIN TO "FIX THINGS" IF YOU GET THE IDEA. I KNOW THIS DOESN'T HELP, BUT THERE ARE PLACES THAT WILL FIX THIS, BUT THE COST IS STEEP AND YOU CAN EXPECT TO BE WITHOUT YOUR CAMERA FOR AT LEAST A MONTH OR MORE, BECAUSE THEY FARM IT OUT ALSO TO AN OVERSEA REPAIR UNIT, MOST LIKELY. SO, IF MONEY IS IMPORTANT, THE BEST OPTION IS SPRING FOR A NEW CAMERA. SORRY, BUT I HATE TO SEE YOU SPEND LOTS OF MONEY ON A REPAIR LIKE THIS.