Question about Casio QV-R61 Digital Camera
Hi, after reading the solution above I consigned my QV-R61 to the scrapheap and took it apart as I have never dismantled a digital camera before. After removing all the outercasing I inserted the batteries and memory card and suprisingly it worked fine. It was a bit fiddely to reassemble but I got there and it seems to work fine now! Make sure you have the correct screwdriver and exert pressure on the little screws when loosening so as to avoid slippage with the screwdriver.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
Hi I took my QV-R61 to the Casio Authorised service center. The lines problem has been diagnosed as a defective CCD image sensor and the the cost of replacing this (Rs 7K) is almost the cost of a new camera!! Too bad this camera is now useless!
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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