Question about Casio Exilim EX-Z50 Digital Camera
My daughter spilled some pop (yes pop, not soda) on her camera and now she occasionally gets an error when turning the camera on. The screen goes black and in white letters it says lens error. It seems pretty likely that she still has some residue inside the camera since she has cleaned it from the outside as much as possible. We need to go inside and would prefer not to send it back to Casio for repair. We're nervous about opening the case on our own. Does anyone know if there are any components that are loose inside that will move about when we open it ?? Otherwise, any advice for fixing this problem on our own without making things worse? Thanks -sar
I think you can consider this is a water damaged item since water has been immersed into the mainboard which cause sensor failure. Camera internal components were very fragile and I suggest you not open it if you really don't know what is inside unless you have opened it once. I have fixed cameras for my friend before but mostly with part failure not water damaged and I believe your is just partial damaged only. Below is some help links to direct you how to fix your own camera: http://brashear.phys.appstate.edu/lhawkins/photo/camrep.faq.html and other easy way is go to google search URL window or Yahoo and type Casio Digital Camera Service Guides, then they will provide you a lot of links where you can get information to fix your camera. I hope this help.
Posted on Apr 10, 2007
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