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Broken plastic top by power button

Top of camera is broken... This plactic cover around the power button is cracked. Can anyone tell me where i can get a new plastic cover??


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Re: Broken plastic top by power button

Remove two screws and then remove C-CASE-ASSY


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What kind of phone?
It will help to put your model here.
With out the model, we are somewhat lost.
General ideas....
Make sure the battery is charged.
Go to the menu options and make sure the LCD is on, if there is an option to shut off the lcd.
The screen LCD may be broken or cracked.
One way to test for a cracked or broken screen is to put it in the sunlight with the power off. Slowly turn the phone from side to side and up and down looking at the screen. If it is broken or cracked you may see a difference in coloring of the surface under the glass or plastic cover.

If the phone works at all, and if you have a camera on it. take a picture, then down load it to your computer to view it. If the picture takes okay, then your lcd is either broken or cracked or disconnected within the phone, or some cable could be loose as well.
Anyway, hope it works.

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Digital camera screen broken

A cracked screen will cost you, but maybe not as much as you think. Instead of replacing the whole , you can spend about $300 and replace the screen yourself. All you need is a small screwdriver.

1)Turn off the power to your screen and unplug all cables connected to it.
2)Remove the battery, if one is installed.
3)Locate the covered screws around the cracked screen. Remove the rubber/plastic covers, then unscrew the screws.
4)Gently remove the plastic frame around the cracked screen and set it aside.
5)Disconnect any power cords or cables going into the LCD screen.
6)Remove the cracked screen and slide the new screen into place. Replace any tape or plastic fasteners that hold it in place.
7)Reconnect all internal cords to the screen.
8)Screw in the frame and replace all the screw covers.
9)Reconnect the power supply and all external cables to the LCD screen and switch it on.

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I have a Fuji FinePix S5000 and the battery door catches (on the body of the camera) have broken off. Replace complete body assy??? I am sure mine is not the only one. any help appreciated.

I had this problem also (see below).

After getting poor results with the duct tape solution, I discovered another work-around. This should work whether it is chipped lugs on the door or on the body.

Firstly I used an old camera flash bracket that screws into the tripod socket, and this holds the battery door in place quite securely. However it was too long, so I cut and filed a piece of aluminium 25mm (1") wide by 2.5mm thick to the right length (around 100mm/4") and shape, and made a hole for the bracket screw.

End result is not exactly like new, but more functional than the duct tape and does not further damage the actual camera:

Mar 05, 2009 | Fuji FinePix S5000 Digital Camera

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Battery Door Lock Clips Broken

this is a Fufi problem not yours, even if its out of warranty you will not be charged top have it repaired.

Jun 14, 2008 | Fuji Finepix S9600 Digital Camera

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Physically broken power switch

The spares are not available and a repair is uneconomical as you can buy a perfect example with all accessories for an average of around £15 (US$24.50, Euro 17.50) on EBay. The 3MP 3100 goes for an average of around £20 (US$32.66, Euro 23.35).

Or get them for free on Yahoo FreeCycle. Often free ones have a broken battery chamber latch, but a small file, a carefully bent paperclip and epoxy resin glue soon make a neat replacement for the flimsy plastic tag.

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Power button

[I just posted this in another thread. I hope it helps.] My wife brought this camera home from work for me to look at. It had the sunken/broken power button problem.  The T-shaped hinge was broken where it connects to the power button section. I couldn't see any way to glue or repair it that would be strong enough so I came up with an alternate fix. 
The actual power switch is below the broken button, just a touch below the "ON/OFF" text. I decided to make a button that pushed the switch directly rather than pivoting like the original. 
I needed a push-button shaped object with a shoulder on it (so it wouldn't fall through the hole I was going to drill in the back). I ended up using a small green LED (3mm size I think). I drilled a hole big enough for it to move but not so big it would fall through. I cut the leads off flush with the body and sanded them flat. The hole I drilled lines up with the little bump on the original plastic switch piece. 
So I put the LED in place, the original plastic piece over it and added a little bit of self adhesive felt (that you would stick on the bottom of something to protect your furniture) at the top where the silver button is (just to keep the original button from sinking inward). I put the back on the camera and checked that the power button clicked nicely. It did so I put the camera back together and it's as good as new.  
And it has a snazzy green power button now. 
So if you are handy you can probably fix the camera yourself. 
Good luck - Greg

Feb 16, 2008 | HP Photosmart M525 Digital Camera

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Power button is stuck....

If you cannot find a solution to your problem you may want to email He has good advice and good used parts at a fair price.

Oct 15, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 Digital Camera

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Lens cover cap broken

There are no Spares for these I feel Canon Technical Support may have a solution or a little bit of imagination and a suitable bottle/jar top may serve- with a little piece of fine cord to loop around the camera body

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Zoom button broken

If you can pull the camera apart (carefully) and find the zoom switch it could be that the switch itsekf has jumped the actuator. I don't know what method your camera usues but most use a rocker type switch. On the underside of this switch would be a slot which when pushed one way pushes against a small lever of piece of plastic. Let it go and the switch centres itself taking the lever with it. Push the switch the other way and it moves the lever or plastic in the opposite direction. What sometime happens is the lever or plastic somehow gets on the wrong side of this slot. So it will only push the lever in one direction. What you'd have to do is remove the top of the switch and center the lever or piece of plastic and put the camera back together. If your zoom is 2 seperate switches then one of the swiches is either faulty, the pin on the underside of the swich is broken or there is a foreign object stopping the switch from activating. You should be able to tell which one it is simply by the feel of the switch. if it's loose and wobbles around the pin would be broken. If it feels stck then maybe there's something stopping it. If it does neither of these things it could be just a faulty button switch which means you're up for a complete switch cable assembly. Good luck putting it back together. Just be patient and don't force anything. BMW

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