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Shutter not opening fully while taking snap

After switching on, window not opens fully. so I have to take every snap with zoom.

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Hi there
Try spraying the shutter with WD-40 and keep on opening and closing it until it works properly

Good luck and regards

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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Of course it's also possible that the plunger on the shutter button is too short and isn't reaching the switch properly, but I've only seen that on a kids cheap camera where it was squeezed too hard with impatience because cheap cameras operate slowly.

Oh, and one more thing: are you squeezing the button for long enough? I don't know how slow this particular model is.

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http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/11/repair-of-stuck-lens-covers.html

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