Question about HP Photosmart MZ67 Digital Camera
Posted by Anonymous on
Sadly dropping cameras is never a good thing . check with KODAK as to repair possabilities there may be none
Posted on Feb 15, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dirty lens
It would never be recommended to open the camera's lens on your own. That is exactly the reason why the repair shops are reluctant to open it. If you are having issues taking pictures due to the dirty lens and the camera is still under warranty, please talk to HP and they must be able to offer help on this. good luck
Posted on Mar 23, 2007
I have a camsung L830 that had similar problems and and after I would turn it on, it would beep three times and turn off....but I somehow fixed the lens by turning the camera on and then either pushing/pulling on the part the stickes out and hopefully it might activate the mechanism and it'll go in...that's what happened with mine...the shutters still won't close though. But I'm happy I can use my camera now.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
SOURCE: kodak m763 wont stay on
i think you should take the battery out then hold the power button for ten seconds then put the fully charged battery back in if it doesnt work go back to the store and have them look it over.,
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
Was this stuck fully open or was the lens partially opened, or was the lens jammed?
The lens can be removed and replaced with another lens from another non-functioning camera (See ebay). The lens component can also be dissembled. Putting the lens back together is tricky because the parts have to be aligned just right for the lens to work. If working with a Jammed lens, extra care has to be considered not to break any of the moving plastic parts of the lens or that part (if not entire lens) is junk.
With the motor detached from the lens, the lens should extend and retract freely. Use this to test the lens when you dissemble the camera. Be careful of the flash board.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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