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My camera tirns on then turns off about 5 seconds later.

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  • medleyjohn11 Aug 19, 2008

    sorry, but it didn't do much but after a few times the volume stopped working but I stopped for a minute then when I turned it on again the volume turnned on again but after a couple on seconds it turned back off

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Hello!!

Firstly switch off the camera
press and hold the ok button and turn the camera on and off for few times
whilst keeping this button depressed

Regards
Smilemaker.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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