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"turn camera off then on again" message

When I do this, the camera continues to flash same message. Then goes dead. Tried replacing the batteries, using a new set and an old recharged set. I am able to take one picture, then the message appears again. This time the camera would not work, just kept flashing same message:  turn camera off then on again. Put Camera away. Two weeks later I turn it on and now it works. What happened?

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    i have the same problem ( please turn camera off an on again) an put new battries

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    Hi,

    I have same problem and have left camera off for long periods in the hope that problem will resolve itself but it hasnt..........has a solution/fix been found yet or is this a futile search for a solution.



    Mark Paul

    Apia,

    Samoa

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Tried new batterys

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There could be a short in the battery contacts in your camera. You should inspect them for corrosion or oxidation.

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