The scroll buttons on the back of my Coolpix 775 have stopped working. Obviously this means I can't zoom, but a worse problem is that none of the menus will work because they rely on these buttons. The camera has not been dropped or submerged in water. Any ideas?
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Turn on the camera and press the Menu button. Use the multi-function buttons to scroll to the tab with the symbol that looks like an ope-end wrench. Scroll to "Reset All" and press the OK button and confirm that you want to reset the camera.
Connect an external mouse then press and hold the CTRL key on the keyboard. Just scroll down the scroll wheel located in between the left and right click buttons on the mouse and it should zoom out the page.
1. Switch on camera. 2. Press MODE button to access the Set Up menu. 3. Use Multi Selector button to select the spanner icon. 4.Menus will be displayed in Text or Icons. 4.1. If in Text just scroll down to Language and click OK then scroll toEnglish and click OK _done. 4.2. If menus are in Icons scroll down to a FLAG Icon and click OK then scroll to English and click OK.
take out the battery in it. then resynchronize it . also take a small screw driver and press on the side of the scroll wheel and press up to jar it from being locked in (sounds like it got one of the inside buttons underneath the wheel locked)
This could be a main-board problem
The fact the lens operates indicated that mechanism is OK
So what to do- Check Nikon support - will it be repaired at reasonable cost or will you simply bin it- who knows
Obviously a faulty button switch, your camera will need to be taken aprt by a proffessional repairer to solve this one, it will require a complete membrane swaitch assembly comprising all buttons, as they come in one unit. will possibly cost more than the value of the camera