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When you refreshed the battery, what exactly did you do?
I also need to ask a few other questions about the camera, please:
How old is the camera? in months or years since you bought it.
Has the camera been dropped or otherwise subjected to mechanical shock(s) in its lifetime?
Has the camera been operated in or subjected to, temperatures below 32 degrees F (freezing point) or above about 100 degrees F ?
Has it ever been subjected to a humidity higher than 85 % or gotten wet ?
Has the camera been operated in a gritty or sandy environment, such as a beach, a seaside, a construction site, or the like?
OK, I see, and I'm glad to hear it has been well-treated.
Was the battery that has been used in it so far, a new battery when the camera was new? or is it older, perhaps?
Be sure that any battery you use in the camera is, if new, charged up for 6+ hours on the charger (regardless of charger reading) before you try using it in the camera for the first time.
Try cleaning the terminals in the battery compartment, after removing the batteries, first by rubbing off with a fresh pencil eraser, then by wiping the terminals off with cotton swabs moistened in rubbing alcohol, then letting them dry off for 5+ minutes with the battery compartment door open, then try turning the camera On again.
Then you may well have a defective camera, unfortunately.
One last suggestion:
Try removing the batteries, and leaving the camera on a (dry, non-humid, non-dusty) shelf for overnight. Then put the batteries back in and try the camera again.
After that... if that fails... I will have a few more suggestions. Or, you could just let me explain my thoughts as to the probable eventual things to do for this camera, now. If you wish... let me know.
If that fails... I will have a few more suggestions.
Get back to me when you know how it has turned out, tomorrow, please.
(PS: This is where you can rejoin the case:
- the page devoted to your case.)