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Nikon Coolpix S6300 Troubleshooting

Released in February 2013, the camera is model S6300. The camera features a 10X zoon 16 megapixel shots, and

The camera doesn’t operate when the on/off button is pressed

Before inserting the battery into the camera, make sure the battery is fully charged. If the battery does not charge, replace the battery or charging cord or switch charger outlets.

Make sure the charger is unplugged before turning on the camera.

Check to see if the battery is inserted and closed properly.

Remove the battery and memory card. After that, reinstall the battery and the memory card to see if the camera works.

‘’ The camera suddenly powers off while turned on or taking photos ’’

Try turning the camera back on. If the camera does not power on or powers on and powers off again, it is likely the battery is low. Try recharging the battery or replacing the battery with a fully charged spare and turning the camera on.

If after charging the battery, the camera still does not turn on, it is likely the battery is faulty and needs replacing.

The flash unit is not working despite the flash setting being enabled and the device has not been excessively damaged or abused.

The flash uses more power than the actual camera. A weak or drained battery may be the cause of this issue. Charge the battery, or replace if it has become unusable.

Some scene modes will use different flash settings, some will disable the flash entirely

It is unlikely however possible that the bulb is burned out. You can make the replacement yourself at the risk of voiding your warranty. Most bulbs are soldered directly onto the circuit board, so be sure you are well equipped before dismantling the flash.

‘’ Whenever the camera is powered on, the front shutter will not fully open, or when powered off, the shutter will not fully close. ’’

Make sure the power button has been firmly pressed. If the camera does not respond, the battery may be dead. Try charging or replacing the battery and trying again later.

Make sure the charger is unplugged before turning on the camera.

There may be some debris (dust, sand, etc.) which could be stopping the mechanism from closing properly. If this is the case, gently pull back the covers and use compressed air to dislodge the particles. Do not attempt to use any hand-brushes as there may damage the camera lense.

There may be a problem with one of the components which mechanically closes the mechanism, such as the springs. If this is the case, try to disassemble the front portion on the lens and replace the faulty part.

Whenever the camera is powered on, the LCD screen is blank or appears dark or black.

If your LCD isn't cracked, it could just be that you have it turned off. If that is the case there should be a button on your camera that says something like "display" or "LCD". Press said button. If you can't locate a button like this then look in your user manual. Also try to reset the camera back to original factory settings.

If you notice your screen is cracked or has other obvious signs indicating the screen is broken, the LCD screen will need to be replaced. See the guide.

The camera will not focus properly

You may be too close to the object. Try backing away and see if the focus will work. Make sure that the camera’s focus settings are on automatic. The contrast of the objects in the picture may be too low for the camera to pick up on.

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