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Old 10-29-2019, 10:11 PM   #1
Andrew B.
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Default Panasonic LC20 problems

I had some help there today so I got out my camera hoping to take pictures of my bracelets. The camera would not turn on:

1 Changed the batteries. Nothing
2. Removed the batteries and memory card. Held down the shutter button for several seconds. Put the memory card and batteries in. Camera came to life.
3. Tried taking so shots but the camera would shut down.
4. Formatted the memory card on my computer, put into camera, it didn't like the format, so I had the camera format it.
5. There was one point where I was able to take three photos. I think I had the screen turned off. But then I seemed to have problems. Besides, the camera should work with the screen on.
6. Then again and again would turn it on and it would not stay on for long. I set the energy saver to 5 minutes that the problem remained.
7. I changed batteries and now it's dead.

I could fiddle for days but I'm tempted to take it in for repair.

   
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