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Camera wont switch on

I used my camera & it was fine, I then looked at my photo's on the camera... the battery was low & after a while it switched itself off saying "battery empty", which it has done many times before. Since then it will just not switch back on. I have two batteries, I have charged them both fully, but the camera still wont switch back on. Can anybody please help me? Thank you!!

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    Nikki Heyes Aug 07, 2007

    Hi, the batteries are the square Lithium Ion ones, not standard batteries so I don't have any others that I can try. The charger appears to be working ok, as the light comes on. Unfortunatly I do not have another appliance that accepts the batteries.

  • joanat Jul 19, 2008

    i charged my batteries then tried my camera and it came on but the next time i tried to switch on it wont iv;e tried both batteries

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Try to use another 2 batteries. The problem could be with the batteries or the charger. By the way, did you checked batteries voltage or tried to use them in another appliance ?

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