Question about Sanyo Cameras
Soooo .... call for service.
Posted on Jul 12, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you already tried a new battery, I would suggest cleaning the battery terminals with alcohols and a q-tip first and check for loose terminals. It may be a power switch which unfortunately can't be changed or fixed by the average user. If you want to trouble shoot further and feel you can do it yourself, I will send you links on repair. Otherwise it should be brought in to a reputable repair shop.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
The lens has a servo fault. This can be either the lens motor, the helicoil in the lens is jamming, or the servo drive electronics has a fault.
You will have to send the camera for service if you want to fix this. I doubt you can fix this yourself unless you have access to the parts, and have the training and tools to do this type of service.
Posted on May 14, 2008
I thought my pink sanyo VPC-5500 was messed up, but once I imported my pictures and viceos onto my computer, I opened up a vidoe player and the sound worked perfectly. So if you have the USB cable, hook your gigtal camera up to your computer and import what's on it, then you will be able to open up a video player and watch a video that was stored on it.
Posted on May 23, 2008
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