Question about Sanyo Cameras
I don;t ever like to say this, but I fear that your camera may be kaput. have you made sure that the batteries are still contacting well and the battery door is still closing tightly? If they are, then you should have power to your camera. Does anything happen when you turn it on? I would take it to a camera shop and get an estimate for service and whether it would cost more than a new camera. I don't know what you paid for your camera, but service on digicams is expensive and sometimes it is better to look for a good sale and purchase a new camera. Good luck to you.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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