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Camera On/Off Button won't work

My daughter dropped my camera to take pictures of her son's 1st birthday party and now it will not turn on or take a picture. I can press the play button and it will come on, but the on/off button and the button to take a picture will not work. I think something moved. Can I open it myself, or should I let her take it to a camera repair shop. I am quite techno and may be able to fix it myself. Dora

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Hello Dora, I suggest u not to open the camera yourself because there is a plastic moulded circuit with on/off and snap switch, if it got damaged, it should be replaced with new one. So that it is better to go repair shop, better to go Nikon shop.

Posted on Jul 25, 2006

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