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Camera won't turn on

I took several pictures just fine. The low battery signal came on, I took the old batteries out and installed new ones. Camera will not turn on now. I installed the batteries correctly. I used several new batteries also.

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  • scary1111 Oct 09, 2008

    i have same problem i changed batterys now i have no screen lighting up just light flashing and beeping

  • jerjen23 Jan 26, 2009

    I was in the middle of taking a picture and my screen went blank. Thinking the batteries were dead, I put in new ones. Now my camera will not turn on at all. No screen, no lights.

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Are they of the correct type according to the manual If they are then contact Olympus Technical support.

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