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Nikon 4300 wont turn off

My camera recently refuses to switch off even while the switch besides the shutter is turned to off mode It shuts for a sec and restarts even in off-state Please help

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  • Sheila Herndon
    Sheila Herndon May 23, 2008

    my camera is doing the same thing, lens going in and out and wont shut off.

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    I have same problem. Help me please!

  • dgiegler Jan 31, 2009

    coolpix 4300 will not turn off. also in the off or on position it will focus and show on the screen what is being viewed. can also look at already taken pictures but cannot take any pix in any mode.have a warning that says mode dial is not in proper position when selected to ">" when in setup mode and menu is pressed warning message no menu in auto mode. please use another mode. also the above message appears when in "m", "scene", or "A" modes and the menu button is depressed.

    please help

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