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Re: Your Vtech Camera
Could the button be sticky (due to sticky fingers)? If so, try to pop the button out with a pocket knife or something similar and slim. When you get it out, take a q-tip and dip into some hot soapy water and run it around the button. Should take off the sticky stuff and might fix you. If not it could be a defect in the camera.
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After pressing the power
button in capture mode, the lens would extend and a slight humming from what
appeared to be the auto focus motor could be heard for about 5 seconds. When the
motor stopped humming, the camera would beep and display E:61:00 in the LCD
Camera would extend the lens
but not be able to focus on anything past 8 inches or so.
Zoom in and zoom out would not
Playback mode and the Setup
mode was not affected.
To solve this Put the
camera about a half inch from a hard surface. Let the lense
go out and hit the surface and retract a little bit. Let it go out all the way
when it tries the next time. If that doesnt fix it, try this: Turn
it on and let the lense go out fully See where the lens
comes out of the camera? The little round crack that surrounds it? Wiggle the
lense a bit and blow in there a bit. (Be sure not to blow on the lense!)
Now turn it off/on again, and it should be fixed See the following video, It may
also help you
I hope it will be Helpful for you. Thanks and keep Using FixYa
Try with different band batteries. Most probably it is an issue with the Camera. The life of these type of Cameras are very shot.. Infact kids grow very faster.. Press the reset button, it it has.. If the issue persists with different batteries, it would be good if you for a local service to save the cost.
Make sure the batteries are good and having the Ah required. Now if there is no response from a reset it is for sure that the camera processor is not responding to any command and is possibily dead.
You will have to remove- the tough job- to get access and see if there are smaller issues like a line break... attempt only with proper tools.
First, try hitting the reset button if the camera is not working properly.
If this doesn't work then collect the following information and call:
Before requesting support, please be ready to provide or include the information below:
• The name of your product or model number (the model number is typically located on the back or bottom of your product).
• The specific problem you are experiencing.
• The actions you took right before the problem occurred.
Phone: 1-800-521-2010 in the U.S., or 1-877-352-8697 in Canada.
1. Press the Reset Button with a paper clip. This should reset your camera and should wok fine..
If this does not solve the problem, please continue the following steps:
1. Please make sure the camera is OFF. 2. Interrupt the power supply by removing the batteries. 3. Let the camera sit for a few minutes without batteries, then replace the batteries and press the Reset Button again. 4. Turn the unit ON. The unit should now be ready to play again. 5. If the unit still does not work, replace the batteries with an entire set of new batteries.
Please leave me comment, if you need further assistance