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Camera does not power up. rattiling inside.

My camera would not power up, c663, and there was something loose inside. So i took the case apart with the philips screws, and found that the noise was a small screw that appears to hold the lower left hand side of the screen down.

It still does not power up, so i am thinking that the screw, hit something such as a contact somewhere, and caused a short in the board- that goes beyone my technical abilities at the moment.

is this a common problem, any solutions

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Chances are One of the controll Ic's has been dhorted out. You will need to find a replacement board for it. If nnot then you need a new camera sadly..

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