Question about HP Photosmart M425 Digital Camera
The clip that holds the on/off buton in place has cracked. you will need to take that case apart which means removing several tiny screws (about 10) and removing the broken on/off button. you can drill a small hole (3/16") thru the case that will allow you to operate the on/off buttn by poking a pencil thru the hole. then reassemble the camera. this may be more trouble than the $40 dollars it would take to replace the camera. y could try to drill the hole without opening the camera and hope for the best. you will need to drill the hole at the bottom edge of the slash between the on and off printed bellow the power button (ON/OFF)........good luck
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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