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Your Camera Is Not Powering On. ¶ 

Oh no! You are trying to power on your camera,but the camera will not turn on.

Battery is not charged ¶ 

Check your camera's battery. The battery might be dead. Try to charge it. Remove the battery from the camera and place it into the charger and wait for 2-3 hours until the battery is fully charged. Then, take the battery from the charger and put it back into the camera. If nothing changed, check the AC adapter and see if its power indicator light is working or not. If not, then you need to either change the AC adapter or check the AC outlet. To know more information, click hereDMC-ZS25.

Your Battery Is Bad ¶ 

IF you fully charged the battery, but the camera does not work, you will need to replace the battery with a new one. Replace it with the same type of battery. Take a look at the manual of the the camera. Change battery.

The Screen of Your Camera Is Black ¶ 

Whatever you do to the camera, the screen is still black.

Battery Is Broken ¶ 

Just make sure that your battery is charged. Then, place it into the the camera and see what happens. Is the screen still black? If so, then the battery is bad. To replace the battery, go to Panasonic Basic Owner's Manual

The Screen of the Camera Is Not Working ¶ 

To make sure that your camera's screen is either broken or not. You need to turn on the camera. After powering on your camera, look at the lens of your camera if it extends and the screen is still black, then your camera's screen is broken. So, you need to replace it with a new screen. Link how to replace Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS25

Flash Is Not Operating ¶ 

Even in the darkness, your camera's flash is not working.

Camera's Flash Is Off ¶ 

The flash of your camera might be set to off. So, you must set your camera's flash in auto mode. Then, take a picture in a dark place and see if it works or not. If not, then you need to hit the menu button and go to the factory reset.

Broken Flash ¶ 

Your camera's flash set into auto mode, but the flash is still not working even when you take pictures in a dark place. Then, your camera's flash must be broken. Go to Flash Replacement

I Cannot Connect My Camera to TV Through HDMI ¶ 

You are trying to connect the camera to a large screen or a laptop, but the camera is still not connected.

HDMI Port Is Dirty ¶ 

The dirt on both ends of the HDMI cable could be the reason why the HDMI is not connected. This dirt might stick in HDMI of your camera. To solve this problem, you need to remove the dirt from the HDMI port and the ends of HDMI cable. You can use tinny tube brush, cleaning cloth, and air blower. Insert the brush inside the both ends of the HDMI cable and rotate it. Again, use the same brush to clean the HDMI port. Then, use the air blower to blow the dirt away. Finally, clean the rest of the dirt using cleaning cloth.

HDMI Cable Is Not Working ¶ 

Most of the time, HDMI is not working because of the HDMI cable. You need to buy a new cable.

HDMI Cable Is Loose ¶ 

When you carefully touch the cable, the picture comes and goes. This tells you that the HDMI connection is loose. You need to buy a new cable. To buy HDMI cable.

My Camera Lens Does not Extend ¶ 

No matter what you do to the camera, the lens will not either open or extend.

Dirty Lens ¶ 

When the lens is dirty, the lens will not open because it stuck in the dirt. Follow this guide to know how to remove and clean the camera's lens.. To clean your camera's lens, you need to have professional lens cleaning set.

Broken Lens ¶ 

If you place a fully charged battery into the camera and you cleaned the lens, but the lens still does not open, then the lens must be broken. You need to replace the lens

One Comment

I have 5 Panasonic Lumix batteries, Model DMW-BCG 10PP, two of which are new. None holds a charge more than 1 hour of shooting. I have 2 Panasonic Lumix chargers DE-A65. Can the problem be with the chargers? It is virtually impossible to take photos if I am continually changing batteries.

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