A few weeks ago i dropped my camera in the sea and i thought, ****. i was in the same boat, so i opened the shutter myself and turned on the camera and it works and takes pictures but the shutter wont close again so if you can make sure you have no dirt in your lense and you can manually open the shutter yourself it may work and if it stops turning on all together keep charging it and once it goes green turn the switch off and on again until it always turns green then it should work again.
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My guess, only support people know what the two beeps mean.
Try to remove the battery and after a few seconds insert it again.
Then again switch on. If the error returns, contact the dealer or Casio support. Still it could be you think the battery is charged, but the capacity is not enough to power up your camera.
Hi, it could be that the lens got some dust or even sand particles between the lens covers. You might need to take it in to your local camera repair shop for a more detailed answer, but I had the same issue with my lens cover that only closed half.
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Had the same problem. Tried brand new high power batteries with no success. Another site suggested that should try rechargeable batteries instead. Had a couple of NiMH lying around so charged them overnight and put them in the camera...Camera now works normally again.
You don't normally need to turn any item on to charge it-it charges quicker turned off. You should have either a power lead you plug into the cam to plug into the mains or a charger cradle which you sit it in and plug that into the mains. You do not need to turn the camera on. When it is charged you will of course be able to.