Question about Cameras
This code does not appear to refer to any kind of camera - have you posted this in the correct forum ?
Posted on Jun 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does the lens extend in either of these cases? If there has been some malfunction in the lens and it fails to extend the situation can cause the camera to power-off in order to protect itself. Some cameras show error messages before powering off, others do not. Hold the camera up to your ear and turn the power on. Is there a series of mechanical sounds before the beeps? Hearing sounds but not seeing the lens extend indicates some sort of failure in the lens assembly. If you hear nothing then the problem most likely lies elsewhere, possibly a failed electronic component or something as simple as a loose connection. Check with your manufacturer for any recalls or technical bulletins, and see if they will service your camera under warranty. If not there are a number of repair facilitys available on the internet who generally have better rates than out-of-warranty service at the factory. David Millier Advance Camera Repair
Posted on Feb 27, 2007
I just read a few forums about this, and apparently it is a common problem on D50s. The flash pops up with such force that eventually the wiring and/or bracket that pops it up comes loose or breaks, and the camera needs to go in for repair. It probably isn't the bulb.
I'm looking into getting a D80 or better anyway once I have some money saved up, but until then I am using my SB-600. I'd suggest taking it to a repair center if it's still under warranty. If not it will run you around $150-160 to get it fixed, and takes about a month, according to what I read.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 14, 2007
SOURCE: Flash flickers...
i honestly never came across anyone who had a flash replaced usually because most companys flat rate out of warranty repairs at 100-125 dollars-if it's a p series camera it sounds like the flash is dying or the battery is worn out and not supplying proper voltage to allow it to fully fire-i would consider buying a new w series w150 is great or 120- if battery is fine then flash is just shot-even old memory sticks won't work in new models so you also have to buy a new card
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
I had this problem a while back, but was fortunate to get it fixed under warantee as it was less than six months after Nikon repaired my D70 for the "blinking green light of death" fault.
I'm afraid this is a repair job for Nikon or an autorized workshop. It is most likley the flash tube. If you fancy taking your camera apart (I warn you it would be a fairly difficult job) then please be aware that you may get a significant electric shock from the flash capacitor, which will remain charged.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.
Your problem is: This hood worked fine until a light bulb blew out. Put in a new light bulb, but the lights will not turn off. Is the light switch bad or is there a problem with the control panel? The fan still works fine but the lights will not turn off or adjust dim or bright.
You're on the right track. The light control switch needs replacing. You might try utilizing the Repair Directory to find a repairman. If you have the tools and ability just remember to turn off the electric first.
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Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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