This camera fell down and wont turn on when i tried to put it on,but it indicates charging whenever i put it on charge.Apart from the NP40 750mAH battery,i saw another battery inside the camera, round in shape,just like wrist watch battery,i measured it but it reads(0.342VDC,i dont really know the value of that battery,cos no value was written on the battery.I fix another battery reading 1.5VDC,all to no avail.
Please i need you to tell me the specification of that battery if u know and tell me what to do next.
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It seems to me the most obvious thing to look at would be the power switch. I don't think impact would damage the battery unless it cracked or punctured it - and I assume it hasn't since you haven't mentioned that.
Have you checked the switch itself for any damage, and made sure it's making contact when it's switched, and traced the leads from the switch back to the board - or even all the way to the battery? I think you'll find your problem somewhere in there.
The smaller battery should be for storing long term memory - i.e. any configurable settings. Even if that was dead, the camera would still turn on, it just wouldn't remember any settings.
Fuse F351 has possibly blown on the board. It is a 2.5A 32v UL type surfacemount fuse which is soldered to the board. The fuse has a coded letter on it for identification. Recomend you find someone who knows electronics to repair
I'm one who had the same problem but I just noticed that if I hold my finger down firmly on the "ON" button for a few seconds the camera finally turns on. Please let me know if this also works for you. Maybe it's the answer for all of us!
The ribbon cable for the buttons has either come out of its socket because it was not locked down (does happen) or it is broken and will need to be replaced. Fuji will not send out spare parts but will fix it for a price. Last quote I got from fuji to fix the keypad ribbon on an F470 was £80. check ebay for donor camera
There are no repair solution that make economic sense anywhere in the world.
Cameras like other small electronics are made so as not to be repairable generally.
Do try the Fuji Website Tech Support
but I fear it is new camera time