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Re: Won't power on
The problem is most likely corrosion that happens after electricty and copper connection which are in digital camera happen the only why to fix the problem is to have it repaired by a professonnal. go to www.digitalcamrepair.com for help. Repairs for your model cost 85.00 plus 8.00 shipping with about a 2 day turn around.
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Are you sure the battery is charged ? i have seen many Casios that do not recharge fully if the camera is left for long periods with the battery flat - the battery goes below the 'float' level and the charger does not work. See if you can borrow another battery or use a generic charger that does not look at the battery level. A good camera shop should be able to help.
Had the same problem a few months ago.There was a high pitchedwhisltle and I think the screen said "lens fault.turn off camera" or something similar.Bought a G9 to replace as the 7 was out of guarantee but sent the 9 back to the e-bay reseller as it was obviously secondhand with grit around the lens ring and the viewfinder.Ebay never again!.So 3 months ago ago I tried the G7 again with a fresh charged battery before I consigned the camera to the loft.I noticed that each time i switched on the whistle and message was there but the lens extended slightly further each timeso I kept rebooting until the lens was fully extended.Turned the camera off and on again and everything was back to normal.It seems that this may be Canons protocol when a camera goes back.Its been absolutely fine until today.It wont boot up at all.I have tried 2 fresh charged batteries and its dead.Any ideas anyone?
sometimes in some cases the shutter blades gets stick if left unused for few time. thus no image is formed. try switching it on and off few times, otherwise, the problem may be due to faulty CCD or inoperative mechanism of the shutter assembly. In both the cases you have to get it repaired from the repair shop.
After posting on here I took my FX01 to a repair centre and was informed the motherboard had died. They couldn't give a specific reason for this, saying it could be anything relating to humidity, extreme temperatures, static, even just a slight knock, etc. Cost of repair was higher than purchase of a new camera so I grudgingly went for that option. I hope you guys have better luck!