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How to remove the lens, so I can clean out all the sand on the silicone

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Most lenses can be removed from surround. If not possible then best to get new mask.

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Davey tagelus 230 high rate sandfilter how do i change the sand

Once you have removed the plumbing connections and the top selector plate you can then unscrew the top from the main filter body, This is not easy and you will have to use a 5 lb hammer (lumpy) and a block of wood as the top has been siliconed to the body and made a tight fit. Be very careful with the hammering and make sure you only put the wood against a solid part of the top near a plumbing joint before applying the hammer to the end of the wood. There are about 6 complete turns before the top part is unscrewed. The threads will need to be cleaned and the old silicone removed and clean the sealing gasket "o" ring before putting back. My model did not have an "fingers" at the bottom of the central stalk. I believe the filter should be filled 2/3 with the proper filter sand grade 16/30
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hi, if you can open your camera and remove the lens unit assy(just be carefull to the flat cable its easy to be broken) you can clean by yourself just to remove the sand goes inside of the lens unit and also to the gear.make it sure you need to use magnifying glass to see the small pc of sand .some time the sand goes to the gear that cause of malfunction or not rotate properly and also the focus gear have also sand that why the focus is bad.if you can't do this just bring to service center and request for cleaning.

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" 1. Use a defogging solution before every dive, even when diving more than once in the same day. This will prevent your scuba mask from fogging during a dive. You can purchase a commercially prepared defogging solution from any reputable scuba diving retailer. Squeeze a drop or two onto the inside lens of your mask and gently rub the solution around to cover the inside completely. Dip your mask briefly into water, swirl the water around the inside of your mask very quickly and empty the water from your mask. A quick rinse will remove any excess defogging solution from the inside of your mask. You do not want to get defogging solution in your eyes, especially while diving, since it can cause stinging and irritation. If you don't want to use a commercially prepared defogging solution you have a defogging solution readily available and it's free, your saliva. Your saliva will prevent your scuba mask from fogging just as well as any commercial defogging solution. The enzymes in your saliva stick to the lens of your mask like a commercial defogging solution and you will never find yourself without a defogger while on a dive. 2. Never lay your scuba mask face-down on any surface. Salt, sand and grit will scratch the lens of your mask. Always place your mask face up when you are not wearing it or if it is not in its hard case. 3. Rinse your scuba mask in clean, freshwater after each dive and dry it thoroughly before storing it in its hard case. After a dive, your mask will be covered in a salty residue and/or dirt. This must be rinsed clean to prevent the silicone on your mask from degrading. Your mask must be completely dry before storing it to ensure the silicone stays clean and odor-free. 4. Always store your scuba mask in its hard case. If your mask did not come with a hard case purchase an after-market hard case. This will protect your mask from dirt and abrasives and protect it while traveling. Always store the case out of direct sunlight. Direct sunlight will break down the silicone after years of exposure. 5. Periodically repeat the toothpaste treatment to keep the lens of your scuba mask clean. A good rinse after each dive helps to keep your mask clean, but to ensure there is no residue or grit left on your scuba mask you must properly clean it on a regular basis."

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There is sand inside the lens, this is quite normal if camera had been in contact with sand, you won't fix it by taking battery out, try blowing on lens gear, in attempt to remove sand particle, you can also use a compressor, like the ones at the petrol station.
The right thing to do in this situation is taking the camera for repairs, as the lens barrell must be opened and cleaned.
See if you can unlock it by chance in the way suggested, if not you will have to take your camera to a repair shop.
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Does it need regular cleaning?

Sand generally has no effect on the electronic side of the camera, however it will definitely can cause problems with the mechanical aspect of the camera such as the zoom lens. this can be removed with a can of compressed air.

Suntan lotion likewise should not be any problem except for smudges on the housing/casing and especially bad for the lens. Additionally, the lotion would help the sand adhere to crevices and nooks of the camera. Wiping should get you just fine.

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