Question about Kodak Easyshare C190 12MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom and 2.7-inch LCD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
We had the same problem dropping the camera, and ordered a pair of new battery covers. I was able to install this by carefully removing the cover screws and slipping the pins into their slots. I am sure you probably got it by now.
This problem was before the one posted about start and then die. The "expert" response posted was worthless. This whole website seems to be a collection of anecdotal semi-worthless stuff.
Perhaps other topics may contain more relevant valuable commentary.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
I've got 16 of these cameras and had to replace the door on 3 of them. (I'm a teacher)
it is quite simple, but there are little tiny screws and some dexterity required!
to replace the battery door, you need a super small screwdriver (I've used both an eyeglass size and the screwdriver that came with my son's tech deck!) . you'll have to unscrew all of the small screws that hold on the back of the camera. remember which screws go to which hole - because some are longer than others. once the screws are out, you'll have to gently pry off the cover. carefully - you dont want to crack the camera case. you'll also want to be careful not to touch the sensor, which will be exposed with the case off.
NEXT you;ll have to pry the little spring out of the battery door to actually remove the old door. you'll probably have to use a screw driver to pull the spring on the new door back enough to fit back into the holes. that's really all there is to it. replace the cover and the screws.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
I believe the casing of the camera has to be opened to allow the cover to be put in place.
You do that by unscrewing all the screws off the case and then notice where the front and back parts of the camera attach to each other. There is generally a visible line or crack there, use your fingernail or a plastic tool to go around the casing to release the plastic clips that hold the casing together.
you don't have to take the camera apart all the way, just enough that you get to the cover.
If you need further assistance let me know.
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
Are you using alkaline batteries? I had the same problem -- my camera cut out after just a few pictures and when I tested the batteries they were practically full. But alkaline batteries, even 'super-heavy-duty' ones, aren't powerful enough for this job. You need better, preferable rechargeable batteries.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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