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I do not want to offend anyone but 1. r u using the correct batteries. 2. is the batteries placed correctly inside the camera. 3. is the battery power rating fresh/strong. If u have read and followed the guides in the operating manual and u still have the problem, I strongly suggest u return the camera to the place you bought it for a replacement
This is not specific to your camera, but try taking the batteries out, wait about a minute, then put them back in (like re-booting a computer). If this doesn't do it start looking for a new camera, since the cost of repairs will probably exceed the cost of a new camera, and the newer ones usually have much higher resolution than the one you are replacing and most likely for less money.