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Easy share V1253...will not stay on...lens will not telescope

Battery is good.....?

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I have had the same issue were the lens would not retract. took it in for extended warranty work. lens now retracts but takes lousy pictures.

When I purchased this camera family members ran out and bought thiers shortly after I did. One by one the same issue has happend to their v1253's.

I dissmantled one and found that there is a tiny battery on the power board inside of the camera. apparently the tiny battery's life is about 1 1/2 years. This battery is not serviceable as it is welded in place. I am not one hundred percent sure if this is the cause but it makes sense.

It would be nice if kodak would own up to this issue and make good on repairs as they did with my kodak 5500 all-in-one printer and it's crappy print head. Kodak has sent me 4 print heads in the 2 years I have owned it.

I have 5 of the v1253's in my family and every one of the are dead. I would think a $250 product should last longer than 1 1/2 years.
Hope this helps you out.

Posted on Dec 01, 2009

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Hi kodak v1253


I have the same problem, but it only started after I went to the beach and dropped the camera in the sand, it landed on its edge and did not go into the sand deep. I checked it thouroghly and did not see sand grains in the ports etc. I blew it off with compressed air lightly and checked again for sand. It looked clean to me. Then it started. It opened and then closed and I couldn't do anything to fix it. This is my second camera. The first one didn't open right either from the box, but I grabbed the lens as it opened and pulled it a bit until it popped and then it worked.

I fixed the problem on this camera.. so far. I turned it on and let the lens open. I figured the computer was getting, or not getting, a signal to keep it open. At the very base of the telescope lense i turned it a bit more in the direction it was already turning as it tried to open. I noticed that it stopped just short and as i applied a bit of pressure it moved another few milimeters...and whalahh, it stayed open and the camera worked. I turned it off and on and did not touch it, and then it closed again!! So I turned it back on and "forced" it a bit at the lowest telescope base again to make sure it was rotating fully and it moved again a few mm's... and then stayed on. Then I looked really really close at the rim around the lens and did see some "junk" I took a very thin, flat piece of metal, some kind of binder clip my wife had on the computer desk. It was very, very thin and I used it to "clear" around the channel of the telescoping lens and then blew it out again with air. Now the camera works without the little "twist" I had to give it to help it open. Maybe the camera has some sort of sensor that if the lense is not all the way engaged open, it shuts back down. Anyway, it worked for me.

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