Question about Olympus Camedia D-435 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not sure if this will address your problem but it is worth trying.
Make sure the record/playback mode switch is not in an intermediate position. Push it firmly all the way up. Also ensure that the mode button is not between clickstops. Then try to operate the camera
If that does not help, try the following. Take all the batteries out, including the lithium battery which keeps the clock going. Also take the SD memory card out. Leave the camera sit overnight.
Obtain new batteries - conventional alkaline AAs and a lithium type CR1220.
Next day, clean all the contacts for the AA batteries with a cotton-bud and contact cleaner or isopropyl alcohol. Let dry. Then insert the new lithium battery. Next insert the new AAs and try to turn the camera on.
If it works, insert the SD card. If it does not work then there is probably an internal problem and it should be serviced.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
Make sure you are using Lithium batteries. Alkaline batteries will go dead immediately in this camera. I've tried it.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
its not your camera..
all Olympus FE 310 cameras have that problem
the manual for the camera says that the best batteries for the camera are the Panasonic Oxyride ones.. ive reasearched them and read reviews.. all the customer reviews say that theyre the best for cameras that die out quickley (like the Olympus FE 310)
I personally havent tried them yet because i dont know were to get them but you should look into it.. see of you like them.. they might be the right ones for your camera..
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
Testimonial: "thank-you, i will look for those batteries. hopefully they will work."
I had the same problem. Here's the solution. Go into menu settings, then over to tools, select reset all at the bottom of options list. You may have to re-enter the date and time. This solved the low battery problem for me. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
there is a little coing battery located inside the battery compartment for the AA's. CR1220 you can get this at Radio Shack for about $5. If this battery is bad you will get the change batteries screen no matter how many fresh AA's you put in, Use a good quality alkaline battery such as the Energizer rechargable rated at 2700 mAh.
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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