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Z612 no power on. Battery klic8000 is ok fully charged. No led flashing. No sand, no water, no drop, any issue. Was working well until yesterday.

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Hi,
As per your description it seems your camera have internal fault (circuit problem) which only get resolved in Kodak Service Center but before that you can check following things:-

  • Clean your battery terminal with soft cloth. (Might be it will filled with dirt or dust )
  • Direction of your battery might be wrong, Check out and put it again.
  • Load new or fully charged battery.
  • Check whether Memory Card/Battery Cover is properly closed.

Thanks....!!
Rating the solution is highly appreciated.

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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Under normal usage, batteries should be calibrated a minimum of once every 3 months. Your battery can be calibrated by following these steps:

I - Disable the Windows Power Management

1. In Windows, right-click the Desktop and select Properties in the menu list.
2. Click the Screen Saver tab and then click the Power button.
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1. Connect the AC adapter to the notebook.
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1. Remove the AC adapter.
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3. Connect the AC adapter to the notebook.
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IV - Enable the Windows Power Management

1. In Windows, right-click the Desktop and select Properties in the menu list.
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Step 1 - Disable the Windows Power Management

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To both, I'm afraid you need to send the out camera for repair.

Camera flashes use a capacitor that holds the electric energy for the flash. It takes some time to charge and discharges very rapidly to generate the light pulse. Capacitors are notorious in their reliability. They tend to disconnect and die or short circuit and die.

In camera1234's case it might just died disconnected.

In sheranne case it might died short circuiting. In this case the camera should not be used since the battery might explode.

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