Question about Nikon COOLPIX S630 Digital Camera
Stuck buttons seem to be a common problem for Coolpix models. They're typically an easy fix most of the time if you can get the button unjammed. Sometimes the rubber piece inside the button slips and it causes the button to jam. If you're feeling gutsy enough, you can open the case of the camera yourself and dislodge the button so it returns to a normal position. The screws are typically in plain sight, and it's just a matter of removing those and popping the case open. Of course, if you're afraid of breaking the camera yourself, don't do this! Sometimes you can find a local camera repair shop who can do this for a small fee. Hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
I would advise that u take the camera 2 an expert repairer. U shld mke sure that u keep ur camera in a dust n moisture free environment 2 avoid future jaming. As for the switch u need 2 open and pop it back into position n make sure u do not pres it too hard when u operate it in the future. Also b very careful whn u open it coz the screws are so smal n there are minute n delicate parts inside.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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