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Shutter button on top is stuck

Posted by eddie_scott on Nov 18, 2008Report abuse
Camera = Aiptek ISDV2.4

The shutter button on top is suppressed and will not pop back up (no play in the button anymore). I took the screws out and looked inside. All I found was a long grey tab. I'm not sure what it attaches to or what it is supposed to come in contact with to take a picture. I did not find a loose spring inside either.

I wanted to see an exploded view of the inside of the video camera, but cannot find one.

If someone would please respond by Friday, Nov 21st, that would be great!

Thanks in advance for your help.

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