Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens

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Camera simply quits working.Have tried taking battery out and back which sometimes works.

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Since your camera sometimes work, it could be the lens f/stop setting or the contacts between the lens and the body. First, clean the contacts on lens and the body with tip of pencil eraser. clean them again with denatured alchohol. Second, make sure the lens f/stop is at f/22 or highest setting and lock. Try again. If you still have problem, you should take it to a local camera retailer and see if they can resolve the situation before taking it to repair shop. -James

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New batteries. Doesn't turn on.


While I'm sorry to say this, if you've tried multiple batteries and the camera still doesn't power up, it's probably the camera itself. Many of these newer compact cameras have circuitesand wiring that's virtually microscopic and sometimes it doesn't take much to damage them at all. Of course a great deal of this has to do with brand; I've had 2 Sony's and 1 Nikon that have all taken some rather serious beatings (in fact the Nikon D90 took a tumble off a tripod, hit a rock, busted the body and STILL works). On the other hand, I had a Vivitar that quit while sitting quietly on a desk....

In your case, this GE simply isn't a high end camera at all ($27.99 used on Amazon), so honestly - I'd just replace it with a better brand (preferably a brand that specializes in "cameras" Nikon, Pentax, Olympus, etc).

Sorry if that's not what you wanted to hear, but good luck!

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Quit working after needing new batteries


The problem is with the battery connectors or an integrated circuit fault with your camera for which you need a replacement.
If you device is under warranty you can make use of it or else what you can do is get it serviced from a reliable service center.

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After I take a picture sometimes it takes quite a while until I can take another picture. I hold the button about half way down but that doesn't work.


1) clean the main switch for dirty, corrosion, with c. cleaner
2) test the switch for defective, use VOM for continuity and replace if necessary
3) use batteries for same type alkaline Ultra Heavy duty,
4) see if are the o.k direction.
5) clean the contacts batteries with c. cleaner

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The message is <zoom error> and I can'T TAKE ANY PICTURE


I have simply swiched off my camera, and I left it off for quite 30 minutes.
When I have turned iy on, fhe camera worked/
Like my computes sometimes does!

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I have a kodak easyshare camera that quit working and I can't find a repair shop. I was using the camera one day and I turned it off but the lens would not go back in and I could not take anymore pictues....


Theres a problem with all kodak cameras where the swith suddenly stops working. Same thing happened to mine and i had to send it in to be repaired. Now im having another problem where the lens simply stopped working, Everything else appears to be fine but theres no image to be seen and snapping a picture just gives you a black image.

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My camera lens will not go back inside it is stuck,the camera will not work at all I tried to talk to someone at sanyo in april and did not get back ahold of me then I forgot about the camera now I would...


Try this: Power the camera on then gently push on the lens while hitting the power button again so that it will try to retract the lens. but be gentle as you could damage the camera worse.
if your interested in having it fixed for around 120 or more than dont try anything and just take it to a repair company.

if that doesnt reset the camera then you can try taking the batteries out for a couple day and then put some lithium batteries in it if it takes aa's that is. They have a little higher voltage than some batteries and while sometimes give it a little more push to get things going. Leaving the batteries out would let the camera forget its memory. If you had the camera stored without batteries then don't worry about trying to reset it as that would have already happened.


Let me know how that works or if you need anymore help,
Caleb

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Cassette problems


Take the battery out and turn selection switch to camera and then turn it off. Put the battery back in and its working again.
if that doesn't work try
Try smacking the side of the camera relatively hard with the palm of your hand. Eject the tape and reinsert. You may need to do this a couple of times.

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It sounds like there is a piece of debris floating around inside the zoom motor assembly. This would explain the way it sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. It is also possible that one of the lens elements has been damaged at some point in the past and is prone to jamming now. Try gently manipulating the lens as you power on the camera, slightly twist pull and push to see if you can pop the misaligned element back into place. If this does not work you may have to send the camera in for repair. Check online for repair providers, or contact your manufacturer. David Millier Advance Camera Repair

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So you have any other memory cards? You may want to try that first. What batteries are you using? Can you try a new set of NiMH batteries? not alkalines but NiMH try these things first because they are easy. If you have tried different memory, and different batteries then it could be a connection problem inside the unit. These cameras dont have may circuit boards so they use ribbon cable to connect the different componets together. These can sometimes work loose. An impact can vibrate them just enough to cause the problem. It could also be the lens mechanism. Sand and grit can work into the gears and bind them up. If it zooms in and out smoothly then this maynot be the problem. If you hear any change in the speed of the motor when its zoomed in and out that could be it.

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