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Re: Will not turn on.
I read of the following fix for the nomad II, you could try and see if it works for you:
1. Turn unit to "locked" position.
2. Hold down the "stop" button.
3. Continue to hold the "stop" button, take the battery out of the unit.
4. Still holding down the "stop" button, put the battery back in.
5. Continue holding down the "stop" button until a screen comes up with "backup code", wait a few minutes and then switch unit to unlock and take out a battery.
6. Put the battery back in and you should have a working unit.
There have also been reports of loose terminals within the unit
causing the batteries to not make good contact. Be sure the batteries are in tight.
Does it turn on when connected to PC? if so you could try updating the firmware.
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My 2001 mitsubishi eclipse spyder will not turn over it cranks but wont turnover i have spent nearly 1000 trying to get it fix the started battery alternator is brand new even the battery is brand new fuel pump is new i just order a pcm for it cause a giy said that the diag read poor circulation to battery back up so i dont know what could be the problem any one with advice pls email me [email protected]
It sounds like you have bad batteries. I have had rechargeables that have suddenly done the same thing. I have learned that buying really cheap ones doesn't work out. If you buy a good branded set, I think you will find that they are much better. :)
Some cameras, even the expensive Nikon professional cameras have the same problem. Sometimes turning it on and off fixes it, sometimes removing and reinserting the battery works. Sometimes, going into the menu and finding "reset" works.
try using lithium or nimh rechargeable batteries. I had the same problem and switched out the batteries and put in eveready nimh batteries and it works fine now. Guess the old cheap ones weren't doing the job. And they were brand new batteries.
Digital cameras really are battery hogs (especially cameras that use only 2 AA's). Some brands of batteries will have problems just starting up the camera. This may be true even if they're alkaline, brand new, and just out of the package.
Recommend rechargeable NiMH batteries only for your camera. Believe Canon even states this in their user manual. Walmart sells these for around $7 for a package of four (about $15-19 for the batteries with charger). Keep in mind they'll save you big bucks in the long run over alkalines, AND they'll last for at least 100 pictures per charge (and probably many many more). You'll be very pleased with their performance, and may slap yourself for not buying them sooner. When at the store, look on the package for a power rating of at least 2500 mah.
If the above doesn't work, here's some other things to try:
Hi Robert, actually its LG and the batteries are the worst - i did the same thing with my brand new shine! You need to be careful when you start a new battery - make sure you drain it 100%, then charge for 6-8hrs, then drain 100% then recharge - after that you are good.
a new chocolate battery goes for $25-40
Mine had the same problem. I consulted http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/ and it said to use rechargeable batteries only. The entry claimed that alkaline batteries, even if they're brand new, don't have sufficient power for more than a few pictures and may not even be powerful enough to turn the camera on. I was dubious, but I tried putting in a pair of fully charged rechargeables and, by Gum, the camera was suddenly working again. So before junking the camera, try investing 20 bucks in a battery charger and a pair of AA rechargeables and see if that fixes it.