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Camera gets hot

I put in a fully charged battery but the camera won't turn on...it starts getting very warm...do you know what might be causing this?

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It sounds like your camera has a dead short in it. Either that or a defective battery. Do not leave the batery in teh camera it could melt things. Seriously! Did the camera get wet? If not and the camera is undera year old then Olympus will repair it under warranty.

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

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