Question about Polaroid Cameras
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My daughter just had this problem with her camera. The camera was off with the lens barrel extended. When I looked at it closely, I noticed that the inner part of the lens barrel was at a slight angle to the camera. I pushed firmly on the low side of the inner part of the barrel, and it popped the rest of the way out. Camera works fine now. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
SOURCE: Polaroid i639
Ok, i just had this problem 5 minutes ago because i dropped my camera. I know, very stupid of me! but i was able to fix it myself, and hopefully you can too.
the problem is your lense. The lense being stuck causes the camera to automatically power off. if you can tell where the lense is stuck (you can usually see because it is jammed and lower than the rest, it slants in that direction) you may be able to pull it back out without damaging the camera. i just did this and i was so relieved!
Posted on May 28, 2008
SOURCE: camera issues:(
I had the same problem, stuck lens, 3 beeps and shutdown. You must get pissed off at the camera first. Then bite the lens, clenching it like pliars (you could probably use pliars too), turn the camera on and immediately start pilling on the lens in the outward direction. The tooth grip unstuck the lens and vot it worked. you can take this solution to the bank.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
+(91)-(40)-66048356----call this number this is the service center number for polaroid digital cam its located in :Secunderabad, Hyderabad-500003
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
SOURCE: Polaroid i834 the camera beeps
There could be something obstructing the lens. Camera turns off if it can't extend and retract the lens. Turn it downward, try helping the lens in as you turn it on, try blowing compressed air around the lens itself, or if all else fails spraying around the base with a light dusting of CRT cleaner (90% isopropal alcohol spray)
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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