Question about Kodak EasyShare C330 Digital Camera
Okay so my camera was in my backpack and i didn realize something had melted in my bag, an dmy camera got exposed to it. I can turn on my cam but the wheel is very stiff and when i push the button to take a pic, it sinks down. i 'm afraid that I wont be able to take anymore shots becasue it will stick permently. What should I do,?? Take it to get repaired?? does anyone know any home remedies?
You can take it to a store to send it out for repair but the labour on this could be pricy. You may want to get a quote at least. I am NOT suggesting you should take it apart yourself, and I'm NOT telling you this is safe according to Kodak, but sometimes you can use a few drops (very little) of isopropyl alcohol (only) to help as it is 99% pure, will not cause rust, and evaporates very quickly. You can get it at any drugstore for a couple of dollars. Basicly work the button and wheel again and again with the alcohol. Make sure that you allow evaporation before turning the camera back on.
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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