Question about Samsung Digimax S700 Digital Camera
My Digimax is 1 year old camera now when i inserted new AA Battery after opening camera few minutes after it is automatecally closed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: The lense does not close in
Although your solution did not work, I got a tip from it that there is a catch holding the lense assembly. I removed all the six screws on the four sides of camera; then removed the rear frame. With frame removed, I inserted the batteries and switched on. Then switched off. And WOW, the lense retracted. Thanks again for the tip.
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
SOURCE: problem with startup
Now something that will actually help you.
1) the reason this is most likely happening is that the lens is blocked.
how i fixed this was (I'm not kidding) I hit mine against a card board box. and that dislodged the lens, now it works. you can also just try taking it apart and cleaning it. that gave me an electric shock so be careful.
hope I helped you.
PS "you might need an idiot to do this for you. no kidding."
Posted on Mar 08, 2008
■ Charging LED
Red LED is on = Being charged
Red LED is blinking = Charging error
Green LED is on = Charging is complete
● If the charge indicator blinks as red, it indicates a battery charging error.
- The battery is not properly inserted
- The terminals of battery are dirty or damaged
If the battery is inserted properly and the charge indicator continues to blink, contact the
nearest Samsung Camera Service Center.
If the charging LED doesn't turn to green could mean a signal that the battery is bad or can't charge 100% anymore = too old, needs a new battery. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
are you using NiMh rechargeable batteries?
If yes, check that they are fully charged. If that doesn't do the trick, sounds like it might be a power circuit issue. Samsung is in Secaucus, NJ
or SamsungUSA on the web
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung Digimax D53
For digital cameras you should use either Rechargeable(whith high Ampere) or high performance alkaline batteries (ie. Lithium Duracel or Enegizer) normal alkaline batteries will not be able to charge the Flash. If you are useing high performance batteries then it is sadly your camera which is faulty. repairing it you could but it is cheaper to get a new camera.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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