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Usually, the lenswork's taken in a grain of sand or been accidentally muscled sideways (or gently touched by a vibration in a large stone, as it were.) So you have to find the right moment to nudge the lens back into the proper tracks or knock the sand out. Stripping and reassembling it is an effective but hard way compared to patience and sighting the sand. Plus if you get 30 grains out, you get a laugh.
I would check electric solenoid valve on water line to make sure it is shuting when power is off to blower. Some of these valves can be taken apart and cleaned if it has debris stopping valve ffrom fully closing. To do this shut power off to unit, shut main water supply to cooler. Usually there are four screws holding top cover on valve remove these,remove cover and clean valve. Reassemble making sure that cover gasket is in good condition and properly placed. Turn water and power back on and try unit. Hope this helps you. Thanks
The problem you are describing is a problem with the sensor that is on the card cover door. It seems to have failed and needs to be replaced. Following are the instructions to send your camera to Olympus for service.
Olympus will charge a flat rate repair fee for this product if beyond the one year factory warranty or the warranty is voided. The cost is $73 plus your local sales tax. This covers parts and labor, factory cleaning and diagnostic check, 6 month warranty and the cost of shipping the product back to you is all included in that price.
i do apologize for the inconvenience that your having with the unt. the door should open right to left. first make sure the hepa and the carbon are in properly, then the door should lock back on the left side and then swing back shut. now you will have to push on the right side to get it shut securely. it should pop right back in. If that doesn't work please let me know and i will see what else we can do.
The following blog outlines some simple repair options for a lens error. But please first try the listed Fix #2. I heard that fix particularly works well for a camera who's battery had run down with the lens open. Please post back here with a follow up comment if any of the fixes work:
I rednecked the crap out of mine. I pulled off the slide cover and placed a small piece of paper clip in the area of the copper to make a permanent contact. Then duct taped it secure and then cover the whole slide mechanism. I would not recommend this method but it worked.