The other day my camera work perfectly, but today, when i turn it on, it wouldnt turn on at all. nothing works. i recharge my battery but still it wouldnt turn on. i try everything and nothing works. i didnt do anything to do it. i didnt drop it or anything.
I lost the original charger which i replaced with energizer one. I tested the battery and it is fully charged but the camera does not power on
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Very odd that both cameras would stop working at the same time, has someone else abused them?
Removeing the batterys for a while is a good enought reset, check the battery connectors and contact your dealer if they both have warranty you will get them repaired or replaced for free. other than that I can recommend you a repair man if you provide me the city you live in.
try getting new batteries.. sometimes the rechargable ones just lose the charge.. instead of rechargables try using throw aways. you can try and contact fuji but like myself and others they will just give you 5 differant numbers to call and the problem will not be solved
My camera worked fine last night while I was taking pictures, however, I couldn't get it to power up today so that I could upload my pictures. I spent half the day recharging batteries, buying new batteries, and searching the Internet for solutions.
It turns out that I just needed to switch the batteries around. The positive and negative battery chambers are mislabeled in my camera. Duh! Works fine now. Hope this helps someone.
This is a safety issue since you smelled something burnt. I realize that you are out of the country, but if you have anyone in the US who can take care of this for you, have them call Canon and the call will be escalated to customer relations. They take safety issues very seriously. I'm not sure what the outcome will be, but I would try to have someone in the US help me out with that.