Hi I had the same problem with my daughters c713. Tried several bateries found out that the camera is specific with its bateries brand. When i put in new ones from kodak itself from my sons camera a c913 the c713 turn on again. Tried a new pack local brand checked them first and voltage was ok but didn´t work again. Back in those from kodak and ok again. Tried philips also ok.
So try different brand and find out. Good luck.
Jaap Davids The Netherlands
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- With that problem i would recommend a motheboard replacement for your asus inlcuding the power cords to rectify the issue.
- before sending this to replace the motherboard backup all your files and save it into an external hdd/ dvd disc
- Windows reinstallation is need after replacing the mainboard.
-that should solve your problem.
Probably a bad starter as well. A good battery can make a marginal starter work, but over time the battery will be weakened by the drain of the starter or the starter will get worse.
Remove the starter and take it to your local parts store for testing and replacement. Bring your battery along as the bad starter might have toasted it.
Also a bad battery can wear out a starter quickly.
We had issues like this with our pickup truck a few years back. Replaced the battery, worked okay for a while, then the replaced the starter, worked okay for a while, then the battery was bad. Eventually replaced both and haven't had any issues since.
So when replacing one it is a good idea to check the other.
Yes, this will allow for the energy being generated to the plugs to release onto anything close enough to give it a ground. I found a website that said to remove it and coat it with liquid steel 2 part epoxy. I did that on m y '98 Beetle and worked very well for about another year. These coil packs are a POS and VW knows it, but will do nothing to resolve the issue. I did see where they recalled all 2001 & 2002 VW's to replace them, but did nothing to acknowledge the previous years, which are of the same caliber.
Leave it plugged in for a while (like long enough for the battery to fully charge) and try again. Your battery could be shot causing this problem. After a full charge cycle and testing you'll know better what to do, so please post back your results.
Did you try calling Canon tech support or returning to retailer if the camera is really not functioning properly this soon after purchase, I'd try returning it once all troubleshooting issues have not resolved the issue.
Remove the battery compartment door and the batteries. There should be a small hole marked "reset" under the upper battery cradle. Press (gently...until it clicks) and hold for 5 seconds. Replace batteries and try again.
Be sure to fully charge your batteries if rechargeable - at least 14 hours. Check that your card door is closed good - it's common for the latch to break. There's a switch at the top of the door that has to close before it'll turn on.