From the top of the television this week-old camera fell. Right on the corner. Leaving a minor dent. Unlike others who dropped their camera, I do not get anything when I turn on my camera except a flashing light above the zoom and few beeps. If I plug it into my computer I get the same response. But, when I hold down the playback, menu, and left directional button the screen turns on saying "VER 1.00". So at least the screen is not broken. And as far as I can tell nothing else is broken, but obviously something is missing in between.
Which brings me to the next problem. I'm in China. My buddy sent me the camera. The New Jersey office said I could ship it all the way back to the states but that would be quite the expensive ship to fix a camera. Does anyone know anything about a Chinese branch? or Hong Kong branch? A simple number would even help because honestly I am very far from being up to par on reading Chinese?
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I have the same problem with my washer. The problem just began a few weeks ago. It is splashing out the front left corner of the tub and running down the inside of washer and then leaking out the bottom of the frame. It is just enough water to be annoying. The washer is about 6 years old.
sure no problem. is the screen damaged or scratched...if the inside screen is not damaged then all you have to do is take the t20 torq screw from around the screen and remove the front plexi. remove the brackets that hold the inner screen and straighten it out carefull it easy to scratch.
There is a small battery (or large capacitor) inside your camera that stores a charge for when the flash fires. If you dropped your camera and hit the right spot, this battery may have been bumped out of position. A solution would be to open up your camera to see, but this is obviously risky and can void a warranty if you still have one. If you do choose to look inside, be sure to not tear any gentle wiring as this can ruin your camera for good (I know because it's happened to me).