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Dropped my camera, now it's broken.

I was attempting to take a picture and the camera, while on and ready, clattered to the tile floor when my hand slipped. Whenever I turned it on, it Access on a black screen and does nothing for a while before shutting itself off. On occasion, a symbol that looks like a battery with a slash through it appears and flashes before shutting off. When connected to the PC, it works fine. This isn't my camera, I'm borrowing it. I don't have the manual or warranty with me. Please help.

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  • Katrina Gons Jul 07, 2007

    I just tried that and have switched the battery set a few times. With new batteries, it just made a beeping alert noise and told me to turn the camera on and off. It's done this before, but when I attempt to turn it back on it refuses to until I remove and replace the batteries.

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Take the batteries out and recharge them and also look in the battery compartment for any cracks or contacts out of place. what your describing is that the camera can't get enough power to load up.

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