Question about Nikon COOLPIX L20 Digital Camera
You either have a faulty camera or the battery has died (they don't last forever).
Unfortunately, diagnosing faults on dead electronics is very difficult without specialist equipment and skills. All you can do at this stage is to eliminate the possibility of battery failure by buying or borrowing a replacement. Don't put your battery in another camera though as some possible battery faults can damage the camera.
Your camera may be less than two years old, if so it may be covered by Nikon's 2 year warranty. If this applies your best option is to visit the Nikon website for your country and follow the links to find out about free repairs under warranty. Although the camera may have a 2 year warranty, the battery is regarded as being a consumable item so is not usually covered but at least you can find out which item is faulty for just the shipping costs instead of investing in a pricey new battery.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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