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Same problem shook it checked batteries,voltage good and inserted properly repowered up; lens came out, no lcd view,lens eventually went back in after trying to power off several times. now having original problem again thanks, freshham

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    any more suggestions ??

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If the lens does not extend then it is possible that it has become jammed. Sometimes this can cause the camera to sense an error and shut itself down immediately after powering on.There are other explanations for the behavior, but if the lens does not move this is the most likely cause. If the lens does extend but then the camera shuts right back off it is possible that an inner component such as the focusing element is not functioning properly.

IF you are not getting a display on your LCD then it is a CCD sensor issue.There are no home remedies for this problem and you will have to get it repaired.

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If you did not obstruct the lens, would think there is a battery problem. Digital cameras require lots of power. As you call on it to do more things like extending the lens and focusing the power requirement goes up.

I had a similar problem with my camera and finally discovered that the problem was with the battery to camera electrical connections. I cleaned the contacts as described in the source link about two months ago and have not had a problem since.

The following excerpts came from the source link. Hope this helps!

Most cameras will reset to original settings if batteries are removed for at least one minute. Remove extra memory to eliminate this as a possible problem. Insert fully charged batteries and restart the camera.

The secret to making digital cameras work better is having good electrical contacts between the batteries and the camera.

Digital cameras require lots of power. If electrical contacts are not really good, this can cause lots of problems so battery and camera contacts must be cleaned properly. Batteries may be fully charged, but will be viewed as low if contacts are not really good. The LCD display is a low steady load, but when lens extension, optical zoom, focus, and flash charging are added in the capture mode; the load is very heavy. With bad contacts, cameras do strange things like making bad pictures or shutting off with the lens out.


To prevent overcharge, use an automatic two or more hour battery charger with safety timer, temperature monitor and trickle charge technology ($9.78). For longer life, NiMH batteries should be charged often and kept in active use. To preserve battery charge, use the view finder and not the LCD display when possible. Maximum capacity is reached after 2 to 4 charge/discharge cycles.
http://www.google.com/base/a/4210404/D13...

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Clean, charge, and insert batteries again then restart the camera. Remove extra memory to eliminate this as a possible camera problem.

The secret to making digital cameras work better is having good electrical contacts between the batteries and the camera.

Electrical contacts in the camera and on the batteries must be cleaned properly. Digital cameras are high drain devices. Batteries may have a full charge, but will be viewed by the camera as low if electrical contacts are not really good.

Check out the source link for more helpful information on cleaning battery and camera contacts. Source(s): http://www.google.com/base/a/4210404/D13...

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