Question about Polaroid i733LP Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A light rap with a knuckle when powering up fixed the problem, at least temporarily. Lens extended, camera works fine. Not exactly a technical fix, but it worked for me.
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
It may have something to do with your camera running on auto, internal, or sd option for your memory storage.
When you get to your black screen, try pressing the "w" in your zoom to see if you have taken any pictures. You did find the playback mode...so congradulations.
----just an idea
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
well I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM ALL I GOT WAS A BLACK SCREEN & 3 BEEPS,SO GOT A LETTER OPENER AND STUCK IT IN THE SPACE BETWEEN THE ZOOM LENS A FEW TIME VERY CAREFUL PUSHING DOWN THE POWER BUTTON AT THE SAME TIME AFTER A FEW TIMES THE LENS BECAME UNSTUCK..JUST JIGGLE IT A ROUND A LITTLE BACK AND FORTH WITH A LITTLE FORCE.I HOPE YOUR CAMERA WILL START TO WORK AGAIN LIKE MINE DID.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
I bought one today , and I had the same problem. I tried four brand new pairs of batteries and when I pressed the power button it just wouldn't work. I was going to return it tomorrow, but decided to try it again. I inserted the batteries that it originally came with and it finally worked. I tried the other batteries and it worked also, but not on the first try, in the third or fourth try. Maybe on the first few tries the batteries need to warm up? Anyway, it's working now.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
1) The card could be write protected, check the side of the card see if there's a small notch to slide up or down.
2) The camera could have photo protection option switched on, you have to go through the user manual and the camera menu to switch that off.
3) If you don't get too far with the first options, as its new, take it back to the vendor and ask them to demonstrate it to you and to your satisfaction. If there is a problem with the camera, request a replacement or refund under warranty.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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