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Case problem My camera is functioning properly (as far as I can tell - no notice of degradation of pictures). But, the case is not fitted tight at the top along where the power button is located. Any suggestions or will this have to go to a CASIO repair shop? Can any camera repair fix this? The camera is about 6 months old. The "gap" is where the shiney bar is that has the shutter release and power button and is widest at the power button end.

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  • Kay Bens Jun 17, 2007

    I suspect they will claim user damage. Now I don't remember dropping it, but maybe someone dropped it and replaced it where I left it. Since I posted, DS has tried to fix. Now the LCD is showing damage as well (black spot and white area). Pics seem okay, but can't see all the settings. Suspect I will have to replace.

  • Kay Bens Jun 17, 2007

    Is it possible for end user to try and salvage with replacement LCD from "parts" camera on Ebay?

  • Kay Bens Jun 23, 2007

    I am pretty good at taking things apart and putting them together. Plan is to get another Exilim (60Z or 75Z if it takes the same battery) for compatibility. I would like to try adn salvage this one if possible -- but need help on getting past the first set of screws. I figure I would buy another for carrying in my bag, keep the first (if I fix it) for days at the beach, etc., and still look for my UltraZoom. Really cuts into what I can spend now on the Ultrazoom, but know I will always want a small camera I can carry anytime.



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Six Months Old- Sent it back to retailer or direct to manufacturer- Check out the Tech Support for the correct procedure a new camera is due unless they can prove damage has occurred.

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  • Anonymous Jun 17, 2007

    Dismantling a camera can be an awesome business unless your are good at fine instrument work.
    My advice - get the new camera.
    Then fiddle with the existing one for parts etc you make get lucky and have two cameras or you may have knowledge and a pile of pieces - that you sell on E-bay ;-)

  • Anonymous Jun 24, 2007

    Get the new one and have fun with the old one -
    Camera parts on E-Bay--- HMMMMM!!!



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