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Camera has Blinking Lights

Hi i have a d-390 digital camera and it turns on but both of the indicator lights are blinking continuously while beeping...no screen images come on and there are fresh batteries in my device...is this something that i can do to fix my it maybe by a reset of some sort

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  • zabaron Dec 14, 2007

    Yeah, Got the same problem. worked this morning. now have the exact same thing. turn it on Orange and green lights blink and a beeping. Fter a few seconds it goes off and then there is nothing

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The problem it´s related with mainboard, it must be changed, u must send it to a repair centre

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