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You usually have to take out the SD card, close the door and then delete images in camera in the normal way (press delete button in play mode, when confirmation dialogue appears, press delete button again, select >delete all< and press OK). Most cameras default to the memory card when one is inserted, that's why you have to take it out to delete data from the internal memory. Hope that helps
Press cursor-up and then use cursor-left/right to select the desired self-timer mode and press the OK button. Start the self-timer by pressing the shutter release button as usual. Full details are in the "Using the Self-timer" section on page 67 of the manual.
Go to this website: camerarepair.blogspot.com/2007/12/fixing-lens-error-on-digital-camera
I couldn't fix my Pentax Optio S10, but this is the best web site I found to address the problem we both have with lens extending, buzzing, then shutting off. I took my camera apart, and found that my lens was cracked around the edges.