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I just bought my camera online and i got it in the mail bought new batteries and i cant seem to get it to turn on... am i doing something wrong?

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No. With fresh batteries the camera should come on as soon as you operate the power switch. It appears that you may have bought a faulty camera and so so you should see if you can get a refund from the seller or if you've paid via PayPal for an F75 sold on ebay you may be able to make a claim against the seller if uncooperative. Note that if the seller made no claims about the camera functionality and you didn't ask about it then you have no rights to any refunds.

Even the simplest of repairs to the F75 is not economically viable (even if you can get spare parts) as their value is now so low that they're often given away. I've never actually paid for an F75 as they've all come from my local Freegle/FreeCycle groups.

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