Question about Sanyo Cameras
Try this: Power the camera on then gently push on the lens while hitting the power button again so that it will try to retract the lens. but be gentle as you could damage the camera worse.
if your interested in having it fixed for around 120 or more than dont try anything and just take it to a repair company.
if that doesnt reset the camera then you can try taking the batteries out for a couple day and then put some lithium batteries in it if it takes aa's that is. They have a little higher voltage than some batteries and while sometimes give it a little more push to get things going. Leaving the batteries out would let the camera forget its memory. If you had the camera stored without batteries then don't worry about trying to reset it as that would have already happened.
Let me know how that works or if you need anymore help,
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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