Recently, i went paintballing and took a lot of photo's. After which, i washed my paintball pants and unknown to me, my Casio Exlim EZ-Z60 was in my pocket, so i found it after the washer had turned off.
have been airing it out for 3 days now, and the only way it will turn
on is if i hold the power button, or to press the power button once
then again after a second or so, and then it makes a noise like if you
were to go to the gallery, and will show a screen that says "Adjust"
and it has a Time&Date setup, but my keypad doesn't have any affect
on the screen.
If i try to turn it on normally, it will flash
the green power light and stay black, a couple minutes later it will
make a noise as it turns itself off.
Help me please. I would really really appreciate some feedback that might help.
it requires taking apart i have the materials required to do so. I
figured that would be a last resort, in the case it couldn't be
replaced and that i cant get any help.
Its been three days since i did anything with it, it has been sitting without a battery or microSD card to allow for drying. I havent opened it in fear of voiding any chance of replacement.
Alright you may want to try putting it in a sealed baggie with rice...yes I said rice lol. The rice will draw moisture from the camera. If this doesnt work you will want to take it apart and blow dry the internals. Do you have a warenty? You may want to look into that.
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In most paintball games
and tournament play, a paintball impact but non-break is non-elimination. It is
good sportsmanship to call out "bounced" or "didn't break"
if he/she is hit but does not receive paintball splatter.
First off do you have a hopper and an air tank or co2 tank with air or co2 in it. If no get those things and fill your tank at a local paintball field. If yes your gun takes a .68 caliber paintball. That's really any paintball that you can buy at Walmart or sports authority.
Does this only happen when you're low on air? Also, make sure you're using a good paintball oil for lubrication and make sure the marker is clean. It's possible for an o-ring to leak, or once it gets cold to leak, so make sure you use the proper o-ring for the proper location (lots of them look alike so keep them labeled and bagged separately).
I can take that a couple of ways. Do you mean you want to fire more balls per second or you want the paintballs themselves to fly faster?
If you want to fire faster, make sure it's clean and properly lubed with a quality oil that made for paintball. Practice makes perfect and fire that ****** as often as you can, even without paint (that's cheaper!) so you can get your trigger finger in shape.
There are custom mods to the trigger, or you can buy a trigger that's smoother or a shorter pull. There are electronic trigger assemblies that make firing faster even easier.
If you're talking about making the balls fly out of the gun faster, that would be the "velocity adjustment". Your user guide shows you how to make that adjustment and which direction is up, and which is down.
A good suggestion is to check out a local field or paintball store, or an airsmith and they can give you some definite ideas you will want to pursue.
Tippmanns are known for their reliability and are very simple markers making them very easy to repair. you need oil from a local paintball shop or regular sewing machine oil will do.
On one side of the marker there is a little "handle" for cocking the gun, pull that handle as far back as you can and you will see 1 o-ring. put 2 drops of oil on it and fire it a couple times without paintballs to test it. This solves the problem 9/10 for tippmanns, if not..
Sometimes paintballs can break inside your gun. Look and feel inside your breech (where the paintballs go into the gun) and check for paint. If its dirty this can be causing your problem, strip it down and clean it (refer to your manual if you have difficulty)
on one side of the marker there is a little "handle" for cocking the gun, pull that handle as far back as you can and you will see 1 o-ring. put 2 drops of oil on it and fire it a couple times without paintballs to test it. This solves the problem 9/10 for tippmanns
Sorry if the replay comes late, but whenever that happen with any electronic device, the best thing to do is, first off all remove the batteries, after is to taking it apart and just wash with alcool, to remove the water and humidity, and after dry it up, u can still trying it, therefore just do it as quick as possible.