Question about Cameras
When turning on camera the motor has advanced the lense assy out just short of the final position and has locked up. Battery has been recharged appears to be fully charged. where do I dis assemble to free up?
SOURCE: CASIO EXILIM
You don't. That is something that Casio will have to fix. Call 18007062534 and choose option 2. Tell them you have a stabilizer error and they will tell you how to go about sending it in.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
I have been having this same problem. It doesn't happen everytime, but there have been a number of occasions when my Exilim Z850 would display a blinking red light and refuse to take pictures. I thought it was a battery issue, so I tried buying a new battery, eventhough I observed this problem soon after the camera was newly purchased. The new battery didn't help resolve the issue. So I do hope someone out there has figured out what's wrong and will let us know.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
SOURCE: casio Exilim EX-S770
Step 1: Take the camera firmly in hand and bang the bottom part against a hard surface. A desk works really well!
Step 2. Take off the right side molding and blow compressed air (A LOT) in the bottom of the camera.
If it doesn't work repeat step 1 and 2 again.
I had this problem and now it all works out!
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
A system error is a major error that needs to be sent in. There is nothing that we can do at home to fix that one. Sorry.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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