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I haven't used this camera for over a year. I have it hooked up to the charger and into a wall outlet for several hours. All 3 blue lights on top are on. When I push on the kodak screen comes on then immediately goes to a black screen. The zoom moves a little but never goes back even with the camera. Thanks, Paula

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Not using a rechargeable battery for over a year can cause it to completely discharge and die. That might be your problem.

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