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The camera ran out of battery and I put in 4 new alkaline batteries. Now the camera won't turn on at all.

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Unless the batteries are in wrong they must be dead. try to use new ones and check for the instalation some of these cameras use wierd configurations on which is positive and what is negative.

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Cameras **** alkaline batteries dry pretty quickly. If you check with the manufacturer, they will probably tell you that you are only supposed to use lithium batteries or rechargeables.

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  4. The wrong battery type is selected in the camera's settings. (Most cameras let you select the type of battery you are using from it's settings. Browse through the settings and see if this is the problem)
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