The camera was dropped while holding it (30 inches). It appears ok, but when I turned it on, it made a rapid beeping sound and flashed code C:32:10. I turned it off. I tried to eject the tape but it wouldn't eject. No motor sounds. I removed the and re-connected the battery, and it made rumbling sounds from beneath where the tape is. That stopped, and nothing happened. When I turned it off and on again, I received code C:32:11. Repeating on/off, or battery removal causes the same responses noted above. I can't get the tape to eject and don't want to break it. Am hoping there is a user fix. Any suggestions are appreciated.
For no reason my tape won't eject anymore, I hear no motor trying either, it is as though the eject motor is dead. I tried every suggestions in the book: remove batteries, reset button etc... nothing works.
I keep getting error code C:32:11.
I took the camera covers off to see if I could get the tape out, man these cameras are well built, no way in.
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If it is actually booting into Vista, it sounds like maybe you have a stuck key. Turn the computer off and press every key a few times and see if any of them feel "stuck". Even if they don't, pressing them may have released any sticking they had. I would try that first.
Hold down the 8 key until 2nd beep sounds. Enter the User Program Security Code. If this code has never been changed enter the default of 1+2+3+4+5+6. When the correct code has been entered the 1st 3 LED's will flash and the sounder will beep rapidly. Press the B/A key and then enter the User Code to be changed (1,2,3, etc.). Enter up to 4 numbers for the new code. Press the B/A key twice to exit the Program Mode. Hope this helps.
Hope this a Homelink. Put new batt in garage door remote. Park outside garage. #(1) Press & hold 2 outer buttons on Homelink. Release ONLY after light starts to flash. Don't hold for longer than 30 sec. Don't repeat to program the other 2. #(2) Hold the remote 3 inches from Homelink. #(3) Press & hold the Homelink buttom & the remote button at the same time. #(4)The Homelink will begin to flash slowly then rapidly. After the Homelink flashes rapidly release the buttoms. #(5) Press the just trained Homelink button if the light stays on constantly, programming is complete..... To program the other 2 links DO NOT REPEAT #1
1. For first time training, press and hold the two outer HomeLink buttons, releasing
only when the HomeLink indicator light begins to flash after 20 seconds.
NOTE: Do not perform this step when training the additional HomeLink buttons.
2. Position the hand-held transmitter 1-3 inches away from the HomeLink mirror,
keeping the HomeLink indicator light in view.
3. Using both hands, simultaneously press and hold both the desired HomeLink button
and the hand held transmitter button.
DO NOT release until the HomeLink indicator light flashes slowly and then rapidly.
When the indicator light flashes rapidly, both buttons may be released. The rapid
flashing indicates successful training and the procedure is complete. This also
indicates that the garage door opener does not use rolling code technology.
Note: The garage door may open or close during this step.
Steps 4 through 7 are only necessary if the HomeLink button appears to be
transmitting after step 3, but the garage door does not operate.
4. Press and hold the trained HomeLink button and observe the indicator light.
If the indicator light is solid/continuous, training is complete and your device should
activate when the HomeLink button is pressed and released.
If the indicator light blinks rapidly for 2 seconds and then turns a solid/continuous light,
proceed with the following training instructions for a rolling code device. A second
person may make the following steps quicker and easier. It is recommended that a
ladder or similar device be used to obtain access to the motor housing. Do not stand
on the vehicle to perform the next steps.
5. At the garage door opener receiver (motor housing) in the garage, locate the “learn”
or “smart” button (usually near the hanging antenna wire attached to the unit). If
there is difficulty locating the training button, refer to the garage door opener’s
6. Press and release the “learn” or “smart” button (the name and color of the button
may vary by manufacturer).
NOTE: Once the button is pressed, there are 30 seconds in which to initiate the
7. Return to the vehicle and firmly press and hold the trained HomeLink button for two
seconds and release. Repeat the “press/hold/release” sequence up to 3 times to
complete the training process. If successful, your garage door should open or close
during this step.
If the vehicle owner continues to have difficulty programming their HomeLink mirror,
please have them contact HomeLink customer service directly at 1-800-355-3515 or
www.homelink.com for further assistance.
Please consider the troubleshooting given below: (a) Remove the Battery from the Camera then press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. (b) Reinsert the Battery pack and turn ON the Camera. Please make sure that the Battery pack is fully charged. (c) Next, try resetting the Camera to the original factory settings if the menu options are accessible on the Camera. Perform the steps given below to reset the Camera to the original factory settings: (i) Press the Menu button on the Camera to access the menu options. (ii) Press the right arrow on the control button to select (Setup) setting, then press the right arrow again. (iii) Press up/down/left/right arrow to select the Setup 1option. (iv) Next, select the Initialize Option and select OK. Performing the above mentioned steps will reset the Camera to the original factory settings.
If the issue persists even after performing the above mentioned steps then service will be required.
OK, I have this camera and it started doing this to me about a week ago. I assumed it had reached the end of it's life after many, many excellent photos. As a last resort when the lens popped out after first switch on (when it's doing the clicking business) I grabbed the lens and wiggled it gently back and forth (as if zooming a conventional SLR). It appears to have been fixed, remarkably! I switched off and switched it back on and all seems OK. (I'm not holding my breath and will probably keep looking for a new one but for the moment it's sorted out.)
I HAVE SOLVED THIS! I Totally fixed my CAMERA! If you turn on your camera, the lens does not come out, and it just beeps then turns off, then listen to me. You need to unscrew the outer casing and take off the metal shell. Hold the camera in one hand, palming it, looking down at the LCD (ie the lens is pointing into your palm). This is to orient you. If
you look at the left SIDE of the camera, near the upper left corner of
the LCD, you can peek through some of the windows of the black plastic casing
and see 2 PLASTIC GEARS. The top one is white, the other is black. These are
the gears that actually move the lens in and out. All I did was give
the white gear a good jiggle with the tip of a pen and evidently it
made the teeth of the gears mesh together like its supposed to and ....
VOILA .... the lens came out when I powered it on and all is well! I
know this is gonna help someone!