Question about HP Photosmart 735 Digital Camera
You can get the cover from the same retailer where you purchased the camera from, or you can order it from HP. Alternatively, a good camera shop can repair it for you if you have no experience in working with tiny screws that hold the lid in place.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Flash Will Not Operate
Flash doesn't operate from various reasons. Try to reset your camera if you find in the instructions manual a procedure like that. If it doesn't work here are some possible reasons. The flash works because a power inverter will charge a capacitor at about 350 volts. These are required to make a small lightning inside the flash tube. If the capacitor is damaged it will not charge, and the flash woun't work. If the invertor is damaged, it woun't charge the capacitor, and without those 350 volts the lightning inside the flash tube woun't go on. If the components that links the the camera's internal processor to the inverter circuitry doesn't work because of some failure to those components, again the inverter woun't work. Any shortcircuit or open circuit or imperfect contact can result in this. Even if the camera's firmware was corrupted in some way it could fail to instruct the camera to charge the flash circuitry. As you can see there are many reasons for that but only a service center can make the correct diagnostic. It isn't adviceable to dissasemble de camera yourself and tamper with the invertor circuitry as you are exposing yourself to those 350V. You may get some nasty electric shocks or damage other components. Therefore, I think the best aproach to this problem is to have it diagnosticated and fixed by a specialised service facility.
Posted on Mar 14, 2007
SOURCE: E106 problem
hi my name is steve i am somewhat familiar with the 735 photosmart,2 things to fix this yourself is go to hp.com,look up your camera model and download your firmware your problem is error 106 your zoom lense is stuck plug your camera up to the usb and go on to hp.com youll find the firmware there follow the instructions after you download it the comp. will send the firmware right to your camera and presto your fixed your camera will opperate properly and your camera will have this up to date firmware its like a flaw with these and the firmware will fix it free of charge let me know if everthing is sucessful after and take care.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
SOURCE: Broken battery latch cover
no, is not practical to repair. you can do bigger mass what is now. only what you can do is secure cover with self-adhesive tape. if you not satisfied with this, go to service and pay repair.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
You mean pictures come off but not video? Why not plug the card directly into your card slot on your PC rather than using the camera cable?
If you don't have a card slot, you can buy a USB to SD adapter for $10-$15. Then just copy /paste the file(s) directly from the card to your PC.
Just a suggestion.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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