Question about Casio Exilim EX-S600 Digital Camera
My error... but I plugged the wrong charger into my Casio EX-600 USB/charger cradle (the one from my portable DVD player - which is 9v output instead of 5.3v). The LCD on the camera went white for a moment, and now nothing is responding at all. I am hoping that there is overload protection (like power surges, etc) - like some sort of a fuse in the camera itself, or the charger or perhaps the battery. Any guidance? I am hoping that replacing some fuse might work, or even replacing the battery and/or charger (less expensive than the camera as a whole). Thank you, - James
CORRECTION and RESOLUTION -- turns out it wasn't the wrong charger (the other one won't even fit), but instead must have been some other overload of charger, battery or camera. There is apparently no way to reset the camera other than through the menu (must turn camera on -- according to Casio support). Short story is that it needs to be sent in for repair. Trying to find receipt, but should be under warranty.
Posted on Apr 20, 2007
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