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My camera will not turn on.

I tried the first solution, but it still won't turn on. I had it in my backpack for a few days, and now it won't turn on. The battery is fully charged and everything. HELP.

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  • Jac Hollywood Jun 21, 2007

    Okay, im really confused. Special fuses? SY? |:

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Speak to Sony. Damp is a possibility which could have killed it.

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