Question about Nikon Coolpix 3200 Digital Camera
Recently my Nikon Coolpix 3200 got wet and it will not turn on any longer. I disassembled it then discharged the capcitor and it turned on. I was able to turn it on and off for a few times, then reassembled it. At that point it would no longer turn on again. Any idea what the problem might be and how to fix it?
You got it wet enough that you had to disassemble it? It's toast dude. Sorry.
Posted on Dec 19, 2017
I just purchased a new battery door for $15 with shipping from nikon. They sent a simple assembly diagram and I was able to replace the door in 30 minutes. I used a dremel to cut the old door off, but you dont have to do that. I got a little impatient.
Just buy the plastic piece and u can reuse the metal parts for your old battery door.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
A System Error is a general error which can be caused by many things: lens problem, CF Card problem, general camera failure, etc. Before sending the camera in, check these:
1. Use the memory card that originally came with the camera (or a Nikon approved card)
2. Remove and replace the battery
If the error is still displayed, contact Nikon's Service Department (below). If the above tips do not help the camera must be sent to Nikon Service, there are no user serviceable parts on Nikon Coolpix cameras.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
Just getting a car reader will be much easier than trying to take the Coolpix apart and repairing. Also your USB cord could be damaged.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
the camera takes just about any AA pair of batteries ... lithium will give you the most pictures .. your NiMH batteries should last longer unless they are old .. you may have one weak battery ... you can try a pair of standard alkalines to see if there is something wrong with the camera .. if those work ok then you need a new set of NiMH ... there is a new type out called "eneloop" .. they are just like normal NiMH except they dont go dead when you store them .. even after a year they are still charged .. with normal NiMH batteries as they age they will self discharge in 2 weeks or so .. so you have to charge them just before you use them ..otherwise they go dead on their own .. if you charge them then not use them for a week then you will not get nearly as many pictures ... the eneloop batteries fix that .. you can also recharge them many more times than standard NiMH batteries .. they cost about the same ..
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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