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FinePix 1400 won't turn on, it beeps and shuts off immediatly

My finepix 1400 has fresh new batteries, it has a memory card in place. When I try to turn it on, it beeps and turns itself off. I can't find my usb cable for the camera, I wasn't trying to download pictures so it isn't exactly the same as a previously posted problem. Is it toast?

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Toast it seems to be but give a look into Fuji tech support team

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