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I have juSt pErchasied [spelled rOnqq i knO] 3 dayszx aqO and i drOppedd it and it nOw i qO to turn it 0n and it beepsz 3 tiiMes and turnszx 0ff hte sCreen sTayszx blaCk hOw do i fiix it??!!!!!!
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  • Mywords2deep Nov 17, 2008

    I have a pink Polaroid l533P digital camera and I dropped it on the lens part and now it wont turn on. At first it turned on I think a couple times but now it wont turn on at all. The green light flashes once and nothing happens. I lost the charger but I've been putting batteries in it. No luck?

    Help?

  • Anonymous Dec 12, 2008

    when i turn it on, the green light turns on, then the screen flashes, then it beeps three times. then sometimes (if its plugged into the comp.) the light turns red. then.... nothing.

  • kmwaltem Jan 11, 2009

    Mine is doing the same thing. The lens won't go back in and when it turns on the green light flashes three times and the screen flashes on but then turns right back off. Any advice?

  • guanjagirl Feb 12, 2009

    My batteries were low and the camera shut down without the lens going in all the way. When I turn it on a green light flashes and it beeps three times, then the screen is blank. Now the lense whont go in all the way out or all the way in. what do I do to fix it?

  • mwestga Apr 03, 2009

    Lens is out but closed, and when you turn it on , it beeps 3 times and shuts off. Help?

  • kaylamarie57 Apr 21, 2009

    My Lens Also Just will not go back in. Yet the blinking light stays on when i turn it on. I wish i could just fix it real quick without having to bring it into the shop.. Can i just push on the lens?

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You need to use rechargeable batteries. This was happening with mine when I first bought it too, I took it in and that's what they told me to do. It worked for me.

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