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My DSC-W55 was on low battery. When I pushed "on" the lens poped out, then the camera went dead. I've attempted to charge the camera, but nothing happens when I plug in the USB cable. No charging lights, nothing.

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Possible that the main board has failed and so might require that the Camera is opened out for service. It is important that the camera be opened only if you are equipped and is technically able to attempt.
If the charger when connected at the time when the battery was low had drained more current, then it is possible that a fuse or protection has failed or worked.
Remove battery and check the voltage on the battery using a multimeter. if there is no voltage then the battery can be defective as it is not charging but if there is charge and also there is no life at all on the camera , then it must be referred or opened to check on the main control board.

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