Lens Minolta Dimage

Lens Minolta Dimage
hi every1, any1 know if repairs need to dig. I have a camera "Konica Minolta DiMAGE G530 lens is jammed

new here every1.im .. hello and have a problem wit my camera .. any1 fix? I took him to Radio Shack and want a lot to fix, but I do not say the problem .. has a slide shutter "slide or to rotate the cam in the" front, and slide the lens out, well, its half way out and not move again, your stuck .. but the camera is turned on and an error code appears on the screen, "MF00C system error" and then turns off .. can some1 help me? or maybe tell me what that we should do? Is there a way to reset it?? its my daughters and I know that she screwed up .. "Amit but it" .. lol .. I really hope some1 can tell me what to do with it .. radio shack wants $ 25.00 just to send "non-refundable, and then I get hit by the ingenuity of money from the repair site. "Wherever that is" one of its 5.0 mega pixels … again its a "Konica Minolta Dimage G5530" … HELP plz ….

Try new batteries. To be honest. No se. What I can say is like most technology products are more likely more cost-effective to buy new than repair. Of course, there is a possibility that your item be repaired for little money. Just not likely. Heres my suggestion. Go to website Minolta click technical support or whatever they call it. Enter your camera model and faq search for that model. To see whether we need a soft or hard reset. Perhaps is software problem. You can find a wealth of information this way. If that fails, send them by email. They should contact you in a couple of days. Never heard of this happening, but I say it is possible that the electric motor that powers the provision to stop working. In fact, the extended warranty from Circuit City refers specifically to this damage with free replacement. This tells me 2 things. 1) may occur and 2) it is costly to repair. Just note security issue Circuits a gift card in the amount you paid for the camera if it is not repairable. So it will be to purchase a new circuit is limited if you choose this route in the future. Good luck. I'm hoping it's something easy to fix.

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