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1. Press MENU to enter SET UP menu.
2. Press right or left arrow to reach the settings.
3. Then go on to view the menu
4. Find Reset Camera Settings.
5. Reset your camera.
6. Turn on the camera
7. Date/Time settings will appear.
8. Set your date/time.
are you using the recommneded battery fro your camera KODAK Li-Ion Digital Camera Battery KLIC 7001? If yes please charged the battery for 3hrs and try to turn on the camera., if encounter same problem it means the gear lens of your V550 is already defective and needs of repair please call precision and binocular repair at 1 800 665 6515.,
Sounds like a new battery would do wonders. I would contact Kodak and see if hey will offer you a new battery. If not then I would go buy one. The battery is probably the most likely to go bad so fast on a camera.
Mine does the same, it will not stay on. Seems to be a poor quality "disposible" camera, just like the software in came with. My camera is 14 months old, hence out of warranty, and Kodak wants an additional $135 to the $349 this piece of crap already cost. Kodak's solution is to trade up, again to make more money, on another Kodak product?. My solution, take it to a local repair shop, and never ever buy any Kodak products, no even photo paper. ragramon