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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some rhythms have only accompaniment in it. This is not a malfunction I think. And What about this ? This is my problem with casio ctk 7000.. Can you try on the keyboard ? : Hello. I bought a Casio keyboard CTK 7000 two months ago. Firstly I did not notice the problem. But a few days ago I perceived this malfunction; Sometimes when I hit the "INTRO" button during any default (Not user) rhyhms and accompaniment plays, the playing chord is jumping to C chord. For example; When the accompanimet is playing Am chord and I push the "INTRO" button, the keyboard changes the "Am" chord to "C" chord automatically. It always happens when I hit the INTRO button at the just beginning of the measure but not at the middle of the measure. Its troublesome for me, specially during live performance. Can you help and give information about this problem? Thank you very much already now.
If your watch is several years old, I would recommend sending it back to Casio for service and battery replacement. Contrary to what you may hear about solar-powered watches, the rechargeable batteries do not always last for 10-20 years. I've seen some go out in 2-3 years. This is a shorter lifespan than most standard lithium watch batteries.
You may have an authorized Casio service center near you also. If not, contact Casio at the following numbers:
For Repair support in USA at 1-800-706-2534 during regular business hours (currently Monday-Friday 9:00a.m. - 5:00pm EST, Saturday / Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.)
For Technical support in USA at 1-800-435-7732 during regular business hours (currently Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 8:00pm EST for all products, Saturday / Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m)
The cost of your watch well justifies this kind of service, plus, they will assure it remains waterproof up to its specifications.
Dejan, I hope you recieved a response from Casio. (assuming your above post is a copy of your request to them) Many companies these days don't bother with repairs to modern watches (unless they are elite/expensive watches), mostly they simply replace the movement complete. You may be able to send it direct to Casio check their official website for service/warrantee info. Good Luck
Okay I just fixed this on my camera the same thing. First make sure your battery is charged. You will need to get a paper clip. Take the battery out and unfold the clip so that you can use it to pull up the contacts between the battery positive and negative and the camera. The conductors need to touch the positive and negative on the battery. If you battery is dead you will need to do this as it will not charge your battery on the cradle becaue there was no connection. over time I think that the battery loses its connection and the spring is not strong enough to push up the battery far enough. I ordered a battery charger and new battery and it still didnt work so I started to tinker with it. I held the battery with my finger pushing it up and holding it, and simaltaneuously powered on the camera. Thats when I figured it wasnt the battery but it wa the connection with the battery and the camera.
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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