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Camera was in use to Jan 2010. Not used since but now does not switch on wioth new batteries and memory card. Green light by on/off switch flashes 2 times or 3 times.

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Hi.

Ensure that the camera is not in PC mode. Turn wheel to camera mode when starting.

After you are sure that the problem is not setting related, try gently slapping the back of the camera while turning on the camera with lens facing toward the ground to help lens out. After some month the lens may be stuck, that is not uncommon problem and can be caused by dust or dirt.

If that does not work, call Nikon at the number listed on manual, or get a quote from third party here:Repair.

First try troubleshooting above.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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