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Err appears on the top left hand side of lcd display on my nikon d90 at the same time the bottom right hand side flashes too and i'm unable to use the camera

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I'm getting a r16 error on my D90


The "r16" in the display is not an error code. It is simply informing you of the number of exposures that can be held in the camera's internal high speed memory before shooting would have to stop while the D90 transfers the pictures to the memory card. If you held the shutter release, you could watch the r16 value decilne by one for each exposure (r15, r14, r13, etc.).

Page 256 of the D90 User's manual indeed shows the Err error code, and defines it as a "Camera Malfunction", "Release shutter. If error persists or appears frequently, consult Nikon-authorized service representative." The "err" error code is a generic error. The camera has detected a problem, but it doesn't know exacly what, similiar to the fEE code. The "err" code could be camera / lens contacts or it could be a circuit board or even shutter failure. You've already tried the common contact cleaning fix (that never seems to solve the problem) without any luck, so you might have to call Nikon Support and arrange for service.

Good luck!

Jan 31, 2013 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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Please can u show me how to change the time on this watch.


Set the time on your Baby G by switching to time mode. The button on the bottom left-hand side of the watch is the mode button. Pressing it once to will set the watch to time mode. The time digits will begin to flash.
  • 2Start by adjusting the seconds. Press the button on the top-right side of the watch once. The second digits will start to flash. Press the bottom right-hand button until the correct second time is displayed. Hold down the button to cycle through the digits. Once the correct time is displayed, press the bottom left-hand button and the digits will stop flashing. Press the bottom left-hand button again to set the hours.
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  • 3Follow the same procedure to change the hours setting. Set the time and date by cycling through the digits in the following sequence: seconds, hours, minutes, year, month and date.
  • 4Press the bottom right-hand button to set the seconds to 00. When the second display is between 1 and 29, the digits will change to 00. If the display is between 30 and 59 seconds, the seconds will revert to 00 and one minute will be added to the minutes display.
  • 5Change from an a.m. to a p.m. setting by pressing the button in the middle of the bottom of the watch when any of the time display digits are flashing.
  • Nov 03, 2012 | Watches

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    Err message in my LCD control panel. I've removed tthe battery cleaned lens contacts, put in a new memory card and still ERR message. Nikon D90


    Nikon Imaging Products Support Page: http://imaging.nikon.com/products/imaging/support/index.htm

    Click here for repair information.
    Hope this helps; also keep in mind that your feedback is important and I`ll appreciate your time and consideration if you leave some testimonial comment about this answer.

    Thank you for using FixYa, have a nice day.

    Aug 14, 2011 | Nikon DSLR D90 Digital Camera

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    Nikon D90 flashed CHR and next time using camera LCD was black/grey with stripes and no pics HELP!!!


    The CRH error message means that the lock tab on your memory card is in the locked position. The purpose for the lock switch is to allow you to set your SD card so that you cannot accidently erase your valuable pictures. Remove your SD flash memory card from the camera and hold it in your hand with the label toward you and the angled corner to the upper right. Look on the left edge of the card and you will see a very small slider switch. Make sure the switch is in the fully up position then reinsert it in the D90. If the camera is not generating a false error, your camera should work correctly.

    Jun 19, 2011 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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    My watch is stuck on military time somehow. I would like to know how to change it back to normal time. My watch is a Armitron Alarm/Chrono WR 165 sports watch. The number on the back is 45/6915. Thanks for...


    Welcome to Fixya,


    The Armitron WR165 is a digital watch that includes a 24-hour alarm, hourly chime, stopwatch feature, countdown timer and is water resistant up to 165 feet. With a rubber wristband and rugged style, the watch is meant for outdoor enthusiasts and athletes. The WR165 can be found online, in some sporting supply stores and in certain department or general home stores. Setting the Armitron WR165 only takes a few steps to perform properly.


    1 - Push the top button on the left-hand side of the watch until the seconds flash on the display.Press the top button on the right-hand side to zero the seconds.


    2 - Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch until the hours flash and then the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to increase the hour on the watch display. Note that "PM" will appear on the watch display for PM times, but there is no "AM" indicator on the display.


    3 - Press the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch until the minutes flash on the display.Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to increase the minutes on the display.


    4 - Repeat to set the month, date and weekday on the watch. Press the top button on the left-hand side of the watch to return to time mode.


    5 - Press the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to enter the stopwatch mode. Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to start the timer. Press one more time to stop timing. Press the top button on the left-hand side of the watch to reset the stopwatch to zero and the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to return to time mode.


    6 - Press the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch twice to set the alarm. Press the top button on the left-hand side of the watch until the hours flash on the display. Press the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch until the alarm number flashes. Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to choose Alarm Time 1 or Alarm Time 2. Push the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch again until the hours flash. Push the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to choose the alarm hour, followed by the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to change to minutes. Press the top button on the right-hand side of the watch to advance the alarm minutes. Press the top button on the left-hand side of the watch to set the alarm time and the bottom button on the left-hand side of the watch to return to time mode.

    I hope this will help you.

    Thank you for usinf Fixya.

    Feb 21, 2011 | Watches

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    I get the F-- message when I turn it on. Sometimes when I fiddle with the camera it works. When it is working I also get an ERR in the top left and a CHG in the bottom right. Battery is full


    Hello

    The link below should be of help, Click HERE to navigate to the page.

    Let me know if this not useful, so that we can try something else.

    Kind regards
    Andrea

    Aug 30, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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    Will not tke picture an err message flash at top of screen


    Hi anotherie14, the ERR is not a good thing. Try a factory reset found on page 129 of the manual. On the left side of the camera is the terminal cover, inside below the USB connector is the reset switch. If that does not work then it will need to go to Nikon.

    Jun 18, 2010 | Nikon D80 Digital Camera with 18-135mm...

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    Dropped the camera (nikon d90) 2 ft off the ground, viewfinder doesn't display lcd info right. What to do?


    Unfortunately it sounds like you will need to send it in to the nearest Nikon Repair facility as it appears to be damaged.

    Jan 18, 2010 | Nikon D90 Digital Camera with 18-105mm...

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