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FUJI S3000 CAMERA WILL NOT POWER ON, NEW BATTERYS INSTALL NO RESPONSE FROM CAMERA

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  • Jenny B Nov 27, 2007

    No power in camera, tried new batteries and it still will not come on. Please let me know what could have caused something like this to happen

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    Everything appears clean within the battery compartment.  It just won't power up.

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2008

    FinePix S3100 Digital Camera....just appears to have up and died....no power

  • jemerrill Mar 01, 2008

    Same problem here. Just stopped working one day. No power. Tried the push on the memory door, and still nothing. What a bummer.

  • yaya-garcia Apr 11, 2008

    the battery and it just died and i dont get it to worki tied getting a new battery but i still got no response

  • 999nineninen Apr 18, 2008

    new batteries, no power. simply stopped. tried 3x new sets off the shelf batteries. do not have ac adaptor. contacts ok and door shut peoperly. is there some type of reset or???? help! thanks

  • camera e327 Apr 19, 2008

    same problem just stop working recharged batteries, purchased new batteries, nothing just died - this really stinks

  • LLoop Apr 19, 2008

    Kodak EasyShare Z710 will not power on. I have tried two new sets of batteries including Kodak digital camera batteries. Is there any fix for this?

  • foroldtimes Jun 22, 2008

    Same problem, tried several new batteries in my Samsund Digimax 530. Nothing. Any suggestions?

    Ken Perkins
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  • sophiecoucou Dec 20, 2008

    I've changed my batteries, I turned the button to auto, the green light is on for a second, then the red light then nothing... I've changed batteries many times but it won't start. I've had that camera for only 2 years.

    Kodak C530

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Listen you all...if the battery contacts are ok and the battries fully charged then it is a dead power board. make the investment and send it to a repair place unless it is an old junk and not worth repairing

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I found a screw shorting the filter capacitor that was from the lens mount. However it had already caused damage.

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I have one with the same problem. My friend complained it had just stopped but a few week earlier the pop up flash wouldn't close. On stripping it down I found the mechanism (3 metal parts) all over the main board. What they had shorted out is anyone's guess but after checking to see if the parts were replaceable I saw the flimsy plastic mount for these parts and it looked as it it was designed to break. BMW

Posted on May 22, 2006

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Ive seen this proble before. Im afraid its dead. There is a problem that fuji will not address. The camera is all plastic and the front has a lens adapter made from aluminum. There are 3 screws that hold it on and they have no locktight on them. Eventualy they work loose and fall out, the front becomes loose like its broken but its not. The screw then bounces around inside the unit till it eventualy shorts and blows somthing out. Since there is no shematics for it its nosy to. Ive called Fuji and told them ive seen this problem many times and they wont admit there is a fault.

Posted on Apr 13, 2006

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2006

    One other thing you can check but i dont think it will help, is the memory door. Push on it as hard as you can when you try and power it up. If thats the problem its an easy fix if thats not it then its junk.

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