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    • By X10_to_X70_to_XA3
      Bought my X-Pro 3 from B & H last November (2019). I haven't even taken it out from the house all this time, so no photo shoots. I rarely power it up. 
      Still on the 1st battery, but a couple weeks ago, I powered it on just to check the status, and it flashed low battery icon, then shut off by itself. 
      I plugged it in last night to charge (odd, that the charge light is green? Thought it would be red until completely charged). Today, the camera wont power on.
      I tried the trick where you remove the battery while the power switch is on, then put the battery back in, but no luck there. 
       
      Dead circuit board? How does a camera crap out when it is never used? 
      Does anyone have any suggestions, other than shipping it in? Do battery chargers work better than the USB cable route?  
       - Thanks.
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