Camera stuck at power on - says set date/time, but buttons don't respond.
Just a quick note to see whether any of you fine folks have run across / solved the following:
After not using my camera for a few months, I fired it up, only to find that it shows the last picture I took, along with a dialog informing me that the date/time was not set.
None of the buttons seem to work (ie. I can't make a choice to either set the date/time, or skip). The buttons do depress, they just seem to have no effect.
The camera does this regardless of whether the memory card is in it or not.
New batteries make no difference.
Turning the camera on in Playback mode or Camera mode makes no difference.
If anyone may have run across this issue or have an idea as to its eventual solution, I'd love to hear it. :)
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using a bigger fuse will only result in the wiring harness burning out and possible fire in the car
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I've encountered this exact problem a month ago, except cleaning the heads did not fix it. However, I was able to find an alternative solution...
After leaving my camera closed up in a drawer for a few weeks, I decided to take it out and leave it in the sun for 15 minutes, assuming that perhaps the gray bars were a result of moisture damage. The next day (Today, to be exact) I turned my camcorder on, and the gray bars have gone away from playback, as well as the reduced sound quallity it caused.
I had the same issue. The flash is set to go off, the camera assumes it went off, (as the record metadata shows) but it doen't go off at all, and the piture is underexposed.
I bought the 100 page repair manual, which is ONLY a dissassemble/reassemble manual with NO diagnostics. (Got it on ebay) So I was atleast able to get to the capacitor and flash bulb. I saw 300V across the capacitor leads, and the same 300Volts across the flash bulb leads. SO I am assuming that there is a transistor or relay that drops to ground to fire the flash that isn't working, or the electronic signal to drive that isn't working.
It seems most people replace the entire flash circuit board(which is near the capacitor under the left hand side). But it seems Nikon only sells parts to it certified repair facilities.
Ugh.... Looks like I'm buying a SB-600, as this is the cheepest solution. Too bad, because the on-board flash is more than decent. I hope the SB-600 thrills me enough to change my mood. :)