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I plugged the 12V outlet power into Kodak EasyShare C533 camera and my camera doesn't work anymore. Is any way to fix?

Kodak EasyShare... | Answered Yesterday

Yes!! The projector is equipped with a "dark shutter", which means light is only allowed to exit the projector when a slide is in the gate. That eliminates the "white screen strain" on your eyes when no slide is present. Happy New Year!

Kodak Carousel... | Answered on Feb 13, 2019

I will assume you have this unit tied in to a computer unit. If so try to delete the program on the computer and do a complete reinstall. Follow each guideline on the computer screen and check on your programs on your computer to be sure the printer is listed. If it is listed run a compatibility test on the computer and printer. Your computer may not be recognizing the printer but it should give you an option to choose how to run the printer program. Be sure when you are deleting the program that you completely delete all parts of the printer program. You will most likely have to enter the WIFI pass code to the printer for it to recognize the computer and WIFI number pass code. I hope this helps.

Kodak Office... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019

Take the unit back apart and examine it very carefully to be sure you did get all the debris out of it and that you did reassemble it correctly. There could be something loose that is dropping down into the light channel or your other slides may not be aligning correctly causing a short light interference. I hope this helps.

Kodak Carousel... | Answered on Feb 12, 2019

Please see the suggestions below which hopefully get the camera working again
1. Have you tried a fresh set of alkaline AA batteries? If so have you tested these batteries in another device so you know they are good?
2. Have you checked the battery compartment terminals and battery bay door terminals are free from corrosion?
3. Check all the buttons on the camera to ensure they are moving freely. If some dirt gets jammed into one of them it can make the camera think the button is being pressed and it will not allow the camera to switch on.
I hope one of these suggestions helps to get the camera up and running again.

Kodak Cameras | Answered on Jan 24, 2019

See previous response, please

Kodak Cameras | Answered on Jan 21, 2019

Try Kodak support site, or else Google it

Kodak Cameras | Answered on Jan 21, 2019

Hi , i have been using avery templates and label paper at work for ages and always printed off without problems on my lexmark . I bought a Kodak however and all of a sudden I could no longer print off my labels , when I put paper in it just came out blank and said paper wrong size .I could not find any solutions at all and was tearing my hair out . I just kept trying different things and all of a sudden I changed a setting and it worked perfectly.When you go to print your label change the ' scale to paper size ' function to A4 and then it will print.
hope this helps

Kodak ESP 3... | Answered on Jan 15, 2019

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