I got this digital camera for 2005 christmas. It was working fine until one day the camera just didn't turn on. My warranty was only for one yr and it already expired so i don't know what to do. Whenever i try to turn it on, it just beeps twice and turns off. The lens don't even extend. I even tried to put in a new battery. I have no pictures in the memory at all. I was hoping if someone could help me. Im unemployed right now and don't have enough money to go get it fixed. Here are some things that may help you though.... Whenever i press and hold the MENU button and turn on the camera, the screen turns on an says "ver 1.00" and then turns off.
Another thing is that whenever i pres and hold the MENU and DISP button while turning the camera on, the screen turns white and says ++ kx871++
hopefully this helps you figure out my problem. Thanx in advance!
Same thing happened to my daughter's cmaera. A math teacher we know said the motor burned up because the camera had been turned on when the camera was in a position where the lenses couldn't extend (in a case or something). He ordered a new motor online and installed it for us. Cost of motor: $30.00. Camera works great ever since.
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The repair price is certainly fair, but it's arguably foolish to go ahead.
Your camera is now about six years old and is only a basic four megapixel model. Given that very few digital cameras (including expensive SLR's ) last longer than that you'd have wonder what would fail next.
For far less than the cost of repair, you can buy a brand new replacement with a one year manufacturer's warranty and with a vastly superior specification. For not much more, you can buy models which are in a different galaxy to the current model.
Much as I hate to say so, the decision is a complete no-brainer...
Hope you have found my advice to be of practical use, and good luck whichever decision you take. All I ask in return is that you return the favour by rating my answer.
When you dropped it the auto focus probably got stuck or you broke something inside and the camera is not beeing able to do that function anymore . I would consider buying another one . They are made cheap now days and they are digital things that break very easy. Hope the best for you and Merry Christmas .
was the Camera registered on purchase?
The warranty detail comes with the box/
that not withstanding if you can furnish camera detail -the item number, dater and place of purchase and contact customer support at Casio and they will take it from there