Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W55 Digital Camera
When you say 'fully charged', is it the original battery from the camera, or another type of battery?
The description you give indicates one of three possible issues:
1. Your old battery can no longer hold a sufficient charge and though it can give enough to show activity (blue light), it may not hold enough to run the device. You may need to replace it > should be available at most retailers that sell Kodak cameras.
2. Wrong type of battery used. Check to see what type of battery the camera requires: NiCad, Lithium, etc. are all different, and not all can be used in these cameras. It's not just about the battery size.
3. Did you drop it? If so, the threads for the lense may have been damaged, not allwing it to eject from the body.
Since you bought a Kodak, you are lucky. If options 1 or 2 do not fix the problem, contact Kodak and they will usually take care of you.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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