Question about Samsung L200 Digital Camera
When I turn camera on, it beeps 3 times then shuts off. Can this be fixed?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first off,never use rechargable batteries in this camera or most digital cameras for that matter.2 use only lithium batteries,enegizer preffered.,also yes you can view all your pictures when connecting the usb,meke sure you turn the power on,and highlight the word computer,push ok.you should be fine.good luck .i hope i helped
Posted on May 01, 2009
right as the lens comes out very quickly remove the battery before the lens slides back inand beeps three times, wait a second put the battery back in and switch on obviously let the lens go back in and hay presto itshould work, it worked a treat for my L100, i hope this helps some of you but its obvious to us all our camera's are ****.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Everytime I try to turn it on, the lens comes out for about a second, the camera beeps 3 times, the lens retracts and the camera shuts off. The battery is completely charged and the camera is only 4 months old. HELPP :(
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
You have dirt trapped in the lense mechanism. use compressed air can to blow it out then turn camera off ans slap it into the palm of your hand a few times and turn on again to test if it has cleared. This is not a joke it actually works. Lots of these types of cameras suffer from this problem and I have fixed them using this method. Passed on By a Canon Tech!!! It certainly worked for mine . Be persistent some work immediately others take several goes of blowing and slapping face down
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
The three beeps mean that the lens motor is unable to extend the lens assembly.
This could be due to a low battery situation, but the most likely cause is the lens drive train stuck or jammed. You'll find generic instructions on solving some cases of jamming here.
Unfortunately, more serious cases (due to falls, shocks, and most of all, the camera being turned on while some resistance prevents the lens from extending: e.g., if the camera accidentally turns on while in a pocket) require the repair shop.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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