I have had my Kodak DX6340 for about 3 years now. It's always worked fairly well, but about a week ago I was using it at a party and all of a sudden it shut down. The lens remained outside the body rather than retracting like it usually does when the battery goes dead. I tried turning it off and then back on again; the green light came on, then turned red and shut off with nothing appearing on the monitor. The lens remained outside the body, without any sound from the motor. When I got home I put fresh NiMH batteries in it, with no difference. When the camera is switched on the green light comes on for a couple seconds, then turns red and a faint tone can be heard - three faint low-toned beeps - then the light goes out and that's it. I know the first thing I'm going to hear is 'take it to your nearest authorized Kodak service guy'....which I would do of course, but I live in Kazakhstan and there isn't one here. Camera service shops don't know how to fix digital cameras here. Any ideas? By the way, I don't have a camera dock, which I guess may be able to 'reset' the camera. They're also not available here.