Question about Kyocera Finecam S3L Digital Camera
I had the same problem, I used a plastic ball pen without the cap to twist the inner battery contacts up a bit and voilá!...it works!
Thank you kosyl!!!, you are my hero!!!
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
It's a major problem for all cameras which have lenses popping in and out. Quite often dust can be sucked in and jam the drive up. Sand from the beach is the worse problem. The most common fault is the camera has been dropped lens down from just about any height. If you're not handy it may be cheaper to sell it on Ebay as faulty and buy a new one. If you are handy or daring :-) you can often clear the problem by removing the lens assembly and using compressed air on it to blow any grit out of the way. To dismantle the actual assembly can be really asking for trouble as they can be mongrels to put back together. But if you're methodical and have a good memory you may be lucky. WARNING don't do what a neighbout did and squirt WD40 into the camera lens. In fact avoid any lubricants near cameras.
Posted on May 27, 2006
To my regret,it seems like a problem with the lens servo motor.The lens unit can become damaged if it's opened while it was in your pocket, or in its case. The power button gets pressed and the lens attempts to extend, the lens gets jammed and the servo motors is damaged. This problem should be repaired by a certified technician. Ask first for repair cost quotation. Good luck !
Posted on May 26, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello. I recommend that you contact HP directly at one of the numbers below. Have your camera model handy in case they ask for that information
U.S. phone numbers for: Technical support after you buy: 1-800- HP invent (474-6836) 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week for most products Customer service after you buy: 1-800-888-0262 (shipping assistance, order status, credits, returns) 8am - 8pm ET ( 5am - 5pm PT) Monday - Friday Closed weekends and holidays Product questions before you buy: 1-800-888-0262 8am - 9pm ET (5am - 6pm PT) Monday - Friday Closed weekends and holidays Para comprar en español: 1-888-909-3282 8am - 6pm ET (5am - 3pm PT) Lunes - Viernes O visita www.hp.com/go/hispanic (en Español). For general inquiries or if you are unsure who to call, please dial 800-752-0900 in the U.S. (English only).
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
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