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Receiving error C:31:42. Removed tape, battery, and left opened, but still get error

Receiving error C:31:42. Removed tape, battery, and left opened overnight to remove any condensation, but still get error. Used a different tape, but that didn't help either. Users manual indicates these are the steps to follow. Any suggestions?

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  • Judy Srail Jun 19, 2007

    I'll try that. I only left out over night. Thanks.

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Help my camera has never been near water or anything and i have the same prob :(

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How long did you leave it to dry? I had a similar problem and had to leave out my camera for more than a day before the problem was resolved.

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5. Remove the battery and take out the screw at the top left under the viewfinder (fig. 5)

6. Take out the screws under the LCD monitor (fig. 6)

7. Remove the two screws from the front underside of the camera body (fig. 7)

8. Now you can slide the front of the camera, together with the curved aluminium top section away from the main body of the camera (fig. 8)

9. It is possible to reach the switch with the front moved forward slightly, but it is possible to take the front off entirely by removing the wiring ribbon with the green tab (fig. 9)

10. Clean the brown switch at the bottom left of the exposed camera front with a soft brush/air (fig. 10 )

11. Reassembly is the reverse of the above procedure.

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