Question about Polaroid i735 Digital Camera
I had the same problem, stuck lens, 3 beeps and shutdown. You must get pissed off at the camera first. Then bite the lens, clenching it like pliars (you could probably use pliars too), turn the camera on and immediately start pilling on the lens in the outward direction. The tooth grip unstuck the lens and vot it worked. you can take this solution to the bank.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
The beeps means that the battery is dead, but according to your description, there is a possibility that one of the battery pins where removed due to the impact.
if charging or changing the battery did not work, best move will be taking it to a local repair shop to put the part back in place.
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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