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D560 zoom goes to Default settings

Each time the slide cover is closed; when its reopens for shooting, the settings go to default with dates, zoom etc being all reset. This happens even with "ALL RESET" Off. Hv been told its the capacitor faulty. And too cost prohibitive to repair. Can it be a contact problem as sometimes this dus not happen other than when rechargeable batts r being replaced. Is there any link where the fault can be fixed DIY? Thanks

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  • T4 cap Apr 26, 2008

    the d560 does not hv replaceable internal batt, it has a built in capacitor to store the data. Even if date n times are set it reverts to default whenever exhausted batts are replaced. The default date is the year of manufacture. This happens even if the ALL REST is disabled. Is there a DIY repair manual for D560 Zoom? Where I come from we thank people even for trying to help.. So...

  • T4 cap Apr 26, 2008

    your answer if it can be called one is not helpful. I think you did not reli understand the problem and is just aiming to improve yr ranking. watever good that dus for U. but thank you just the same. And also God bless.

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On some camera you have to set the date and then it will store it if you don't every time you turn on the camera it will ask you. or the problem??? Allot of digital cameras have a internal battery depending on the manufacturer I know that sony and casio do some kodaks. just depends.hope this helps and please let me try to help you out before leaving a thanks for trying feed back because they hurt my ranks.

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    Mike Johnson Apr 26, 2008

    see but that just hurt my ranking I ask you to let me help you first before you ranked my help and you did not.and wrong the date needs to be set month and day as well for the camera to store the info correctly. Also it is not held by a compositor it is either a internal battery or the main battery the internal compositor will only hold the data for up to 24 hour after that is gets discharged. Yes there is a person on ebay selling service repair manuals for cameras but I don't know if it is for that model.

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