My Sony DSC-P100 will not power up. I had just connected it to my laptop and turned it on when it turned itself off. It only got partway through the startup process when it died. I suspect a blown internal fuse but have no idea how to purchase, let alone replace a blown fuse. At this point I am willing to try anything as Sony told me their service fee is more than it would cost to buy a new one?
As you said there are SMD fuses which have blown off. Difficult to trace at user level. Approach a near by free lance service center for tracing with a multi meter.
YOu can safely replace this with 0 ohms SMD resistor as SMD fuses are not available in small qty.
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THIS LOOKS LIKE THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH YOUR SWITCH. TAKE THE POWER SUPPLY OUT AND GIVE THE POWER BUTTON A FEW HARD PUSH .IF THIS DOES NOT SOLVE THE PROBLEM THEN THE BUTTON MIGHT HAVE TO BE CHECKED BY A TECH REGARDS.
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You have 16 single shots one after another
Now what do you want to do?
Turn the camera back to single shot?
Read the Manual -Full manual in PDF format on disk
Do something with the shots themselves?
Use image editor in computer
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