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Nikon Coolpix L20 LCD meltdown
I would take out the batteries. If you can charge them externally then do so. If they charge inside the camera after a few minutes put them back in and charge them. When fully charged disconnect the camera for any cord(s) and turn it on. It may have needed a reboot.
How do i fix the
Nikon cameras say battery exhausted when they need new batteries, just swap out the old ones and it should be good to go.
Why is my nikon coolpix L20 battery exhausted even with new batteries
If you are using rechargeable batteries, It could be that your camera's battery charger circuit is defective. If your camera is out of warranty, the cheap solution would be to buy an external charger. Another possibility is that a short circuit or defective electronic component is drawing excessive current and draining your batteries. If that is the case, you will need to have your camera repaired. Nikon USA Repair Depot's number is 1-800-645-6687 9AM-8PM EST, Monday to Friday. They will tell you how to return your camera for repair and they will give you a free estimate if it is out of warranty.
My Nikon coolpix l20 wont
Things to check first for a camera that won't turn on are battery contact points, and micro switches that are located on the battery and memory card doors. Troubleshooting tips on other things that need to be checked may be seen here
. These tips won't work for every case, but they're worth a try.
THE BATTERY DOOR IN A NIKON COOLPIX L24 WONT CLOSE
This is a clear design flaw. There are hundreds of similar incidents. Just try searching for "Coolpix L22 battery door" Nikon refused even to sell me a replacement door, and asked me to send the whole camera to them for evaluation. Dozens of sellers on ebay and ali-express are selling the replacement door, but not Nikon-USA. They do not sell it. So beware when working with Nikon that they do not stand behind their products.
How to transfer photos from my coolpix L20 camera to my computer? Thanks..
There are two easy ways to transfer photos.
1) Connect via a USB cable. The cable came with your camera. If you lost it, you can buy a new one on line or from Nikon. The cable has a small plug that goes to the camera and a large end that plugs into a USB port on your computer. Once the cable is connected, turn on your camera and your computer will recognize your camera's memory card just like it recognizes an external hard drive or other device. If you go to Explorer on a PC or Finder if you have a Mac, you will see it as a device. Open the device and the folder(s) it contains then copy and paste or cut and paste the jpg files from that location to a folder on your hard drive.
2) Transfer your photos directly from your SD memory card to your computer using either your computer's SD card reader or a USB external SD card reader that you can purchase on line for $20 or less. Open the battery compartment door and you will see the end of the SD card. Remove the card from the camera by pushing it in (it is spring loaded) and releasing. It will pop out. Insert the card in your card reader and your computer will recognize the card as if it were a hard drive or similar. Follow the instructions that I gave you for transferring the files above. Both methods can be simplified if you use software such as Nikon's Transfer NX.
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