I just recently bought a "old relic" from a woman who was needing money. The problem is I don't even know if the camera works or not. I can't however get the back of the camera open to see if they're any film inside. Are there a button I am missing? It does look as if the camera has been dropped, but the lenses still look intact. Please if you have any info on this camera let me know, as I would greatly appreciate any info that you may have. Thanks, Donna
Yes, pull up on the crank rewind located at the top of the camera, this is also how you rewind the film after the roll is finished. By the way this camera is not that old. I bought mine about nine years ago at the most. You can also find manuals online.
There should be a small but long narrow window on the back of the camera that should tell you if theres film in ther or not.
to open the camera, flip the rewinding crank (located on the top left) and pull up until the back pops open.
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Red is Power (12VDC), Black is Common Ground, White is Audio, Yellow is Video. The camera is from a "Homeland Security Brand" Camera and Monitor set that was being sold at Walmart about 2004/2005. That's the Black and White Model. The "Night Vision" portion barely works on these and the picture isn't very clear even during the day... They're nothing like, say, the CD-33 Ball Turret Color Cameras from SuperCircuits (Which are cheaper now than the HLS Brand B&W Cameras were back in '04). I understand that it's "What you have", just letting you know what to expect so you don't put any money into a system based on these. Hope this helps.
The only place I saw for your manual was at tias, relics. You can google it and see the one I saw, I think the cost was $17 for a reproduction copy, I don't know who else would carry it, but it will answer your questions on how to thread it properly. Without seeing it I am assuming that you do not have it threaded right, or it needs a new needle. I am sure that it is a good old machine and worth fixing, they don't make em like they used to. I am not sure who made your model, so it would be best to buy the exact manual for your particular machine. Sears and Penney's did not make their own machines, they had other manufacturers make them, like Elna, Singer Necchi etc. Sometimes you can even purchase a repair manual that a Penney's technician had, I did with an old Kenmore that I had, but alas, it only confirmed my suspician that the motor was shot. You may be lucky and find one somewhere else for less money but I don't have time to do more research. Good luck
mcdevito75 Here, Your in a spot, Looseing the old battery to your Mens Relic watch, you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area, they may have an idea of the battery number, but will most likely tell you they need the watch to know for sure. You can also try battery 364 or 371 but even I can"t be certain. You can also try online at Contact Relic Watches.com Reic should have a website. You may be left with only 1 choice, have the watch repair shop replace this battery for you, you"d have to buy and try a couple of different batteries and each battery in the store runs about $5.00 each, at the watch shop let the Jeweler figure out the battery number for your watch for 1 price. I think this is your cheapest and best option.
You should get your money back. Never buy something that you have to put money into to have it working properly. You should not attempt to repair this yourself. If you want to keep it, and pay even more money, take it to a shop.
fixing a relic 15 year old square laptop, to want ends?
its junk now, the CCFL inside are useless now, too old
never spend cash on any monitor or PC with CCFL back lamps.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ "came ,up"
who came up.?
bios or windows. told you this?
sure wrong RAM.
finding ram to fit and work in any relic PC now is not easy
they dont make them now so are new old stock.
why not buy a PC 2010 or newer, used.
work that a end.
with hope and a real future.. yours is no good. sorry. but that is a fact, never throw good money after bad.