Question about Cameras
OUCH! CAMERAS JUST AREN'T MADE TO SURVIVE DROPS AND YOU HAVE PROBABLY ONLY ONE COARSE AND THAT IS REPAIR. YOU MIGHT TRY TO CYCLE THE CAMERA ON AND OFF A COUPLE OF TIMES, AND PULL THE BATTERY AND RE-INSERT IT TO SEE IF YOU CAN JUMP START THE CAMERA. IF THIS FAILS I'VE ADDED A HOTLINK TO THE PAGE THAT GIVES FREE ESTIMATES ON REPAIR. BUT, REMEMBER, IF THE COST OF REPAIR IS CLOSE TO 50% OF THE COST, IT PROBABLY ISN'T WORTH REPAIRING BY THE TIME YOU GET THE FINAL BILL. IF YOU NEED MORE INFO, REPLY TO: ARCLIGHT1217
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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