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Camera died used my camera all day never got wet never dropped it all of a sudden it won't even turn on, I tried a new battery and everything anyway to reboot it or something?

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  • nokella27 Sep 14, 2008

    im having the same problem!! except my camera's frozen with the lens out! i went out with my camera one night and lost the battery (fell out by accident) while the camera was still on. Nothing else has happened to it, i bought 2 new btteries so far and the camera still wont turn on. I think it needs rebooting aswell, but how???

  • pmmjpride Oct 09, 2008

    My camera stopped working. I charged the battery, put it back in and it wouldn't work. Won't even turn on. I tried manually working that latch under the battery door, but it doesn't help.

  • Tim Pinson Oct 15, 2008

    My camera simply would not turn on after charging the battery... I tried pressing the lever by the battery in and still no dice.  This is frustrating as I have only had the camera a little over a year.

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You may want to try if the little black latch contact next to the battery and the memory card is not working properly. The camera will freeze and not turn on when this contact is not engaged. Open the battery latch, press down on the little black contact using a pen and try to turn on the camera. If so, the latch doesn't engage that contact any more in regular use. If not, no luck. I had this problem and fixed it by putting a small thick piece of tape on the little pin on the latch that is supposed to press this contact.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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