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10D Canon SLR can't start up

Not sure what is happening but my 10D went dead. I recharged the battery and made sure it is fully charge (i am quite sure there is nothing wrong with my battery) but my 10D still wouldn't start up. I am wondering if this has got anything to do with the coin-sized battery that is at the bottom of the camera and i am thinking of replacing it. Would that help? Please can anyone help

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If you have a dead storage card, that will do it too.

I had a Lexar card go bad and with it in the camera, it was totally non functional. I inserted another card and all was well!

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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Well replace it by all means - what does the Manual have to say about this particular battery It is usual for a full manual to be on a PDF file on the software disk - have you checked this out? If all else fails- Canon Technical Support is the next stop

Posted on Jul 22, 2007

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