Question about Cameras
Possible failure of the shutter mechanism, the drive of the shutter,the controlto the drive.
What can be down from the outside must have been done by you , removing the battery for 10 minutes and keeping the memeory card also removed put in the battery into the camera.
Now triggger on the power and tap slightly as you put the power on so as to find out if the shutter is jammed. Try for some time, if not the mechanism section is faulty.
Best is to get this ection checked by an expert or the service centre.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
You can try spraying some compressed air in the front of the lens assembly, to try to free up the closing mech, but other than that, the camera has to be disassembled from the rear, all the way into the lens assembly to try to fix this problem, and it's an expensive fix. You might try taking it by a camera repair shop, and see if they have a trick up their sleeves, but I haven't heard of one.
If you do elect to have it repaired, get an estimate first, since the cost might just justify buying a new one on sale.
Good luck, hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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