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Re: Camera won't stay turned on
It sounds like weak batteries in both cases. The zoom motor takes more power than displaying pics. DON'T USE "HEAVY DUTY" batteries - they're for kids toys. Use alkaline or rechargeable, and charge the batteries for AT LEAST 15 hours, even if your charger indicates they're fully charged after 1 hour. Please leave feedback if this helps.
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I have a machine (not embroidery) that the slot on the take-up lever is rather large and the thread will jump out if I'm sewing fast. So, I placed a piece of scotch tape across to close the gap, fold the tape in half so it covers the sticky part. Technically, it has closed the gap so the thread can't jump out. Works just great.
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For a problem like this, there's pretty much 3 solutions.
1) You could grab a piece of scotch tape or some other adhesive and stick the button into the "on" position
2) Bring it to a local electronics repair shop to get it professionally fixed
3) Purchase a new unit
I hope this information has been helpful.
mcdevito75 here, This is a piece of plastic is used betwen the battery and the back cover of the watch as without the plastic there is a small gap between the battery and the back cover, meaning the battery could come loose in the watch even with the back cover on the watch, replace this plastic piece with some carefully folded Scotch Tape, cut and shape the Scotch tape to Approx. the same size and thicknesss of this piece of plastic or just by sight thick enough to keep the battery in place in the watch with the back cover on.
You need to use you fingernail and pop off the entire button assembly. When you have done this you will be looking inside your camera.
Set the new button assembly into the slots. It will not want to go on by just pushing down. The plasitc assembly is very slick so put a small piece of scotch tape the yellow stuff. I put the tape around the plastic assembly. Make sure you are only putting tape on the chrome plastic assembly. The reason for the tape is to get a good hold of the plastic asembly.
Once you have the tape on the assembly/chrome piece you need to really push down and twist clockwise. You will hear a click and then another click. Make sure you hear two clicks. I had to push and twist pretty hard to make it lock into place.
If it is falling off (and lodging itself into the hose) I would suggest gluing it in place on the tank...a super glue should keep it in place and there is no reason to remove it. If its glued to the tank there is less chance of it being damaged.
Here is a $2 fix to this problem.
It just takes some electrical tape, a small piece of manila paper or similar and one thumbtack.
After the silver shutter button fell off, I tried a thumbtack and found that it did a good job of doing the pre-focus and capturing of the image. I then took a piece of black electrical tape about 3 inches long and in the middle, pasted on a small circle of construction paper or manila folder type of paper slightly bigger than the head of the thumbtack. This piece of cardboard will lie on top of the thumbtack head. This prevents the electrical tape from sticking directly to the thumbtack so that the thumbtack is free to move up and down (and trapped in position) without being stuck to the tape. I then put the electrical tape in position so that the thumbtack is held with its pin stuck into the shutter button.
Works well and doesn't look that bad either since the black tape blends into the body and the thumbtack is not visible.