I bought my casio digi-cam 1,5 years ago and during my vacation last week, this problem occured:
I wanted to take a coupling shot and suddenly the cam crashed (not physically) - the display slowly turned black (off). The prob was that the lens stayed "outside", nothing worked anymore. at home: after putting it into the docking station the lens went back, the viewing worked, I could see all the pix, my SD card works properly, the battery was tested today, its alright!
and now i have no clue what to do! whats the problem??
any advices for me?? i love my cam and dont want to buy a new one....but I think thats the only solution, right? :-(
send it back for reparation is expensive and takes a long time - no money no time ;)
Many thanks for yall help in advance!!!
Mona from Austria
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hi **** in flap i had same problem with my 320hdr10 solved it by, leave box turned on pull out scart lead at the back then turn off box for 1 min turn box back on and put scart lead back, good luck ted
I have the same problem, and upon looking into my problem, i recall reading that Sony had used crappy glue in which they attached the CCD to the inner guts of the camera, and when that deteriorates, which doesn't take very long, then your pictures will have lines through them.
I think i remember reading that Sony said they will replace all cameras within 2 years of their manufacture. Call Sony's troubleshooting and support and they may replace it for you.
I have HAD the exact same problem. Turns out a whole bunch of people too. But there is a solution. You can get a free new battery by calling the casio technical support. 1-800-435-7732. They are very friendly. They'll ask you a few questions, like where you live, you number and your camera serial number[ under your camera ] and all you have to do is explain to them your problem. I got my new battery and now my camera works as good as new.
You can download the manual from the link below:
You need to input the four digit code from the back of the watch.
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I had the same problem a couple years ago with mine. After letting it set for several months, I tried to plug it in again after moving into another house. All of a sudden, it started working again. That was 1 year ago, but just last week...it did it again. I noticed that it does this if it is left on for an extended amount of time (my wife goes to bed at night and leaves it on). I cannot find anything on how to fix it, and no warranty assistance from RCA. I'm purchasing a Sony today, but will hold onto the RCA in case it decides to work again.