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Menu wheel and joystick

I have been having difficulty with the wheel being hard to rotate and also noticed the "joystick" does not respond sometimes, wondering if there is a warranty covering these items? Thanks

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    Susie Q May 12, 2008

    Yes my joystick will only work up/down/left....it will not go right or "in" to select an option....So Now I can't change any settings ....like turning the date on and off.

    So if anyone has any ideas Please let me know via email!



    Thanks
    Susie

  • Anonymous Jul 14, 2008

    Joystick up-down; side-side; and ok features do not work consistently.

  • Ctfun4u Aug 20, 2008

    joystick works in left, up down positions but not right or in out for video play etc.

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Took back of camera off 6 screws, and found wheel had skipped ofer plastic range limeters. took small screwdriver and popped them over limeters wile twisting. wheel works now but joystick does not work. also wheel spins but functions do not work.

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