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So my nikon coolpix S3000 will not turn on. It got dropped while we were taking a picture and now it wont turn on and when i plug the charger in the green light does not turn on. I have taked the memory card and battery out for a while and it still has not worked.

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Possible failure within the camera, possible that the circuit board or connection has been damaged in the fall. If you notice any of these on close examination then it is important to open the camera to get an inside view , to test the circuit board, check if the main battery power comes to the main board- if there is any break of the battery line from the battery enclosure.
Is is most possible that the +B from the battery terminals is open due to the fall and must be checked.

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