Is there any detailed info at all regarding the loose wire on the sensor going to the circuit board? July 6, 2009 at 12:02 PM Anonymous said... At least i can stop doing the power interrupt thing - it was becomming an obsession!Great blog, by the way - love what you're doing!Lorrie January 3, 2010 at 3:40 PM Have also heard that temperature seems to have some effect with success. have a peek at this web-site
Hi!My Canon G7 broke down. The door pin switch is broken. A friend thought it might be the screen cable if so how can I replace it? I want to see how shutter is working... https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Canon_PowerShot_A4000_IS_HD_Troubleshooting
Clean the the lens of the camera with a clean cloth¶ It is possible that something as small as a grain of sand could be preventing the lens from opening properly. Digital cameras for the most part should only be used with rechargeable NiMH batteries (if you still have your instruction manual, open it to the "batteries" section. It took 3 tries to free the lens on my Canon S2 IS but the swing out viewer shows no image but it will to view pics on file? So far it's working but I'm going to recommend their next purchase be a Sony!
I am at a loss of what to do. Thanks so, so, so much for the info. Worked on the third attempt. For the black screen of death apparently related to a stuck shutter on my Canon A610, I tried the time exposure de-powering fix at least 20 times and I tried the
What to do? Gosh that was so easy. I tried your fix one time and it now works! https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20131226110506AAH2QQ9 There is a possibility that the dent could be flattened out a little (by gently pinching it between a pair of pliers?), with the hope of reestablishing contact with the internal
That is way too low for the labor involved to open up the camera and properly correct this problem. When shooting at night or in areas of low light you can quickly turn the ISO up to 1600 and keep shooting despite the lack of ambient light. i have a polaroid i634 digital camera that is 3-4 yrs. Thanks for fix and it worked in 3 times.
I would say that this solution does work. http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s3-flash-not-working.php Thanks, Dave December 22, 2009 at 7:17 PM Camera Repair said... Sir. so i decided to lightly hit it against my hard wood floor and the lens opened up again!:) June 17, 2009 at 2:08 PM Mahmood said...
Thank you so much for this blog and for saving me from having to tell my friends that their camera died on my watch. Alex December 19, 2009 at 10:49 AM Anonymous said... Thanks for that. http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s5-is-flash-not-working.php Dedicated 720p HD Video Recording Button What's better than capturing brand new home movies of your family?
Fortunately, there are many inexpensive generic alternatives available for your battery. The shutter appears to be working correctly now, however, I'm seeing a strange interlacing on the pictures it takes almost as is every other row on the sensor is dark. Entrants agree that in the unlikely event a dispute arises in connection with this Sweepstakes, it will be governed by the laws of the State of New York and heard exclusively
I did this a total of 8 times in a row and on the 8th try the shutter worked like a charm! Ask a question usually answered in minutes! I hope you can help me. Somehow that was the problem.
July 26, 2009 at 12:51 AM Anonymous said... The flash on my canon powershot A4000 IS just stopped working. I'll try this. http://haiteq.com/canon-powershot/canon-powershot-s3-is-flash-not-working.php I owe a Canon A520, some time she bear a very strange problem: The camera don't power on ONLY WITH memory card, so say:1) with out a memory card inserted, I
Close memory door. trade in your gear for cash Questions? June 24, 2009 at 3:49 PM Anonymous said... Now she is back in business taking pictures!
I'm currently having problem with distorted images and videos. I thought the power button may have been the issue because if I held down hard on it that's when I would get power, but only for a second. The problem with mine is that the battery works and connects just fine. July 27, 2008 at 12:18 PM Anonymous said...
Tried your fix for a friend's camera; Cannon PowerShot A610.