Re: will not turn on and charged battery to fullest
I used my camera yesterday and now today i turn the camera on to take pictures and the screen only shows the batter level and it's stuck on the last picture i took.......what do i do? i need to take pictures now!
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Hi, Sorry to hear your having trouble, First let's get brake lights to turn off. For now - just remove the bulbs DO NOT DRIVE THE CAR LIKE THIS - -this is just for repair purposes.
Now be sure the battery is fully charged. Install the battery and turn the head lights on. They should be VERY BRIGHT. If the battery is truly charged to it's fullest.
You do not say what kind of car so I will post this and ask you to confirm you are attempting this much - please do this and get back to me:
1- Place the fully charged battery in the automobile. 2- Set the emergency brake at it's fullest 3- With all lights off and the brake light bulbs removed [ for test purpose] 4- Place the transmission in neutral 5-Turn the key and start the vehicle. 6- Get back to me with further comment or question.
This is very common problem now days with cameras. The lens getting stuck and won't retract. The reasons for this are Dust, Misalignment of the camera lens, sudden shock to the camera or low battery.
Try to charge your camera battery to fullest and then try to turn off the camera and see if the lens retracts or not. If it does not, then do not pressurise it. Doing so will damage the mechanism further. If using charged battery or spare battery do not work then my advise will be to take it to your nearest authorized service station as it is a very delicate hardware issue. Trying to fix on your own will damage it further.
If you need further information on the same please do write to us, we will be pleased to answer your queries once again.
This issue is because of discharged battery. The when there is not enough power supply for the camera to support it for longer time. The reserve power supply switches on your camera for a moment resulting in roll out of the camera lens. But as the camera detects that there is not enough battery available, it agains rolls in the camera lens in and then shuts down.
Hope this is one of the reasons. Please charge the battery to the fullest and then try to use it on the camera.
If the problem persist then do write to us again. We will be glad to take your problem once again.
The best way to charge any new battery is to charge it to fullest the first time fully and then drain the battery to full before charging the second time. You should drain your battery completely in order to get a proper backup.