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hellllo......samsung flat screen 7100 models,,,,small button on the back lower rite corner......its like a joystick..press it & it gives you a option on the tv you navigate it like a joystick........tkx......g.scott...... bose remote seller on amazon
Purchase an HDMI cable for excellent quality sound and pictures. I suspect the A/V leads will work if you set the TV to the AV channel that is assigned to the AV sockets otherwise you will get a blue screen and no signals. Hope that clears your problem.
you will need a card for your tv which is quite impossible for the average jo to fit in as has to go on the inside to allow you to use VGA? really sorry but nothing governing wether tv makers tell you about it or not?
the 5-way switch breaks it's solder connections on several Kodak models. if you have a soldering iron with a fine tip and are comfortable working on small soldering joints it is possible to repair the joystick (there are 10 solder connections on a 1/4 inch square switch, 3 on two sides and 2 on the other two sides)
You use the the self timer as follows:
(1) Push the Menu button on back of camera
(2) Scroll through the Menu items using the small joystick located in the center of your circular selector switch, until you highlight the self timer ON/OFF area
(3) Push the small joystick straight in, like a button
(4) Use the joystick to highlight the on position
(5) Push the joystick button
(6) & just snap the picture as usual.
You will have to use the viewfinder instead of the screen to point the camera.
Hope this helps