Question about Olympus C-7000 Zoom Digital Camera
Look for the switch on the memory card door of your camera. Usually a small piece of plastic on the door closes the switch when the door is closed. Check to make sure that the plastic piece is not worn down and is making contact with the switch. You can confirm that this is the problem by powering on the camera while closing the switch manually with a toothpick. Make sure you keep your fingers clear of the extending lens while doing this. If the plastic is worn down or broken off, try attaching a small piece of scrap plastic with super glue.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Your Card Door Sensor is probably broken off. Camera can be taken apart(gently), probably about 7 screws. Sensor will be at the bottom of camera near battery compartment. With a small blade, gently cut away and remove remaining plastic pieces of sensor without damaging any other parts, leaving metal connectors at either side. LCD screen may need to be moved aside. Solder accross these connectors. This will fix your problem.
Posted on May 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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