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Sounds like your Power supply is still good. but maybe the board for the video is bad.. (maybe the main board other than power supply. If you do a search on the internet for "60pv250" and "board". you can find replacement parts. If you are capable or know someone with some electronics skills you should be able to see if any parts on the existing boards are popped (sounds like a capacitor went) and then buy the right board
A popping sound is indicative of an electrical arc over. A capacitor is the probable source. Although you camera runs on 6 volts, the electronic flash fires at a much higher voltage. Circuitry in you camera boosts the voltage and capacitors often are used to double that voltage. Capacitors do not last forever. Your problem is that the L110's is an older and not a high value camera. It may be more expensive to have repaired then a new replacement will cost. If you know electronics and camera mechanisms you could take a crack at fixing it yourself, but the chance of your success is probably low.
Hello, The switch on the upper circuit board is worn and not making a direct contact. The only cure is replacing the board. I have these in stock for the DX6490 if you feel creative ? The camera body needs to be separated to gain access to the board, pretty expensive repair at camera shop. Best Regards, Russell email@example.com
Doesn't sound promising at all. The only thing I know of that could "pop" is the flash capacitor, but it would have to be shorting someway. Time for a new one, most likely. Olympus has 12.1 mp cameras for $69 on sale, can't repair one for that!
Most likely a power supply board went bad. the pop sound is bad capacitor on the board. Most bad capacitors will look like this:
The other picture below shows a normal capacitor in the middle, but two bad capacitors on the sides of it. One with the dome top and one leaking.
You can try repairing the board by replacing the capacitors or replace the whole power supply board. Most replacement boards can be found at a good price at Shopjimmy.com or Ebay.
Sounds like one of the capacitors on the electronic circuit board is defective. Power is not getting to the auto focus motor. Was the camera dropped recently or placed in a wet/moisture-rich environment? Try taking the battery out and leaving the camera in the open, exposed to light and flowing air for a day. If it is a board problem, the cam will need to be opened and the board tested and certain parts replaced....an expensive proposition. Cam replacement will be a much cheaper solution. Check ebay or craigslist for a cheap replacement. Good luck....