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Mode dial hello, i dropped my camera and the button to press to take a picture is no longer there. where can i find a replacement and is it easy to replace it? thanks! belinda

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Contact customer support be sure to have serial number available I am sorry to say that digital camera repair is mostly not available on most point and shoot models. Once warranty expires we are just about stuck.

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    1. Mode Dial not working, "Take-Picture-Button" not working.


    If the camera was dropped, then it's really causing those kinds of issues like mode dial and shutter button will not work.

    But you could still try these steps below:

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    When taking pictures, you must really be allowing time for the camera's flash to be charged
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    But if the camera was dropped, then it's really causing those kinds of issues like flash will not work properly.

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    First, do the POWER RESET:
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