Question about Cameras
Since you dropped your camera, there is chance that circuit board will be malfunctioning.
First of all, try to reset the system. Most of the time this will fix the problem..
To reset, please Switch off and remove the battery and then after 20 minutes insert new batteries and now switch on the camera.
If the reset doesn't help then surely the problem is with the circuit board. Most of the time some capacitors go shorted or get fused because of high electric supply to the unit.
It is the risk to do -it-yourself, take to authorized service center to get it repaired from the technician.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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