Due to some reason the picture preview button ( play Button) is not working everything else is fine.. so I can't review the photo..I think something moved. Can I open it myself, or should I take it to a camera repair shop. I am quite techno and may be able to fix it myself.
I hope you are enough better technician. If you believe in yourself, go ahead but take care of your camera. Pls follow as under
- Remove the battery.
- Safely remove the back but mind well there is delicate flexible circuit over there, if so, then gently plug out the flexible circuit from the connector.
- locate the play back switch.
- lube with a Philips switching oil.
- aftr 2 min press the playback switch several time with backside of wooden toothpik.
- Take care of high voltage inside.
then fit the camera.
- Goodluck you will do it
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I had an issue where the camera would not turn on and if it did, then it would be rarely at all. I attempted to replace the batteries, removing memory card, cleaning for sand and dust, and practically everything that has been recommended online. I was able to fix the issue by holding the preview pictures button (I don’t know the actual name of it but it looks like a rectangle with a play button in the middle) which turned the camera on to view the pictures. Then, I went into menu > clicked over to go to settings > and went down until I found “reset all.” Afterwards, I tapped the button that takes the picture and all the sudden it was good as new. It will turn on and off as it did before the issue arose. I don’t know if I just got lucky or this will work for others, but I wanted to share.
See if there is a way to check out the power button. If the contacts are stuck in on position or unstable it is possible that the unit is behaving erratically. Try cleaning it out chemically if possible.
Had the same problem all of a sudden one fine morning. It's probably the shot button itself which is a 2 position switch and needs intricate repair or replacement. Unfortunately, it has to be looked up by a technician as the whole camera must be taken apart. Best of luck.
I am facing the same problem with my Nikon 3200 Coolpix camera. Were you able to resolve your above mentioned issue, If yes, can you please let me know the solution as well.
Thanks in Advance.
The Coolpix 2200 / 3200 camera is designed to use 2 (two) AA type batteries. Due to Nikon’s advanced power management technology, two standard AA Alkaline batteries can provide more than 100 photographs. For better performance, please consider using Nikon EN-MH1 rechargeable batteries. These are available as an optional accessory at Nikon dealers and at The Nikon Mall
Recently a new type of battery, the CR-V3, has been released to the market from several battery venders. The CR-V3 is similar in shape to two connected AA batteries and easily fits in your Coolpix camera compartment.
Nikon has confirmed compatibility only with the following battery brands. Please use one of the following brands when using CR-V3 type batteries.
Due to it’s unique design the Eveready Energizer® brand CR-V3 battery may not be compatible with the Coolpix 2200/3200 camera.