Question about Polaroid i639M Digital Camera
Ok, i just had this problem 5 minutes ago because i dropped my camera. I know, very stupid of me! but i was able to fix it myself, and hopefully you can too.
the problem is your lense. The lense being stuck causes the camera to automatically power off. if you can tell where the lense is stuck (you can usually see because it is jammed and lower than the rest, it slants in that direction) you may be able to pull it back out without damaging the camera. i just did this and i was so relieved!
Posted on May 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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