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CAMERA WON'T TURN ON; BLINKING RED LIGHT

After the card was full the camera shut off and would not work and blinking red light appears on the base of the camera.
Bought a new battery but that didn't work. Help and thanx!

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  • cameracust Aug 11, 2008

    Found the camera manual and read that the blinking green light (not red-- sorry) indicates that the card is full. True, but the camera will not function.


    Any ideas?
    thanx again


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