Question about Cameras
There are a couple things to suspect right off- you could have a bad button switch (which is sealed and can't be fixed but has to be replaced), a ribbon connector from the button inputs to the main board could be slightly loose and have to be reconnected (which requires opening up the camera). The other possibilites are corrupt software, which is on the main board. You might try taking the batteries out of the camera for a few minutes, and reconnecting it, and see if the camera resets the software. This problem is listed under digital cameras, so I'm not really sure if you're problem is with a camera or ipod, etc.
I'll check back to see if you supply the make and model of the device, that would help.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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