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Kodak C643..what is wrong?

Supposedly refurbished from factory??? like all the others....won't turn on-one green blink and 15 red ones-new batteries

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I bought some nimh rechargeable batteries a couple years ago and they still work to this day. im on my second camera with them and it does that to me when the batteries are dead. try opening the battery door when it does it and then close it and try turning it on again. if it does come on then its the batteries.

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