Polaroid i533 Troubleshooting

Camera Will Not Turn On ¶ 

Remember to hold down the power button for more than three seconds to turn camera on.

Batteries ¶ 

If your camera is still not turning on there may be an issue with the batteries. Some possible problems could be:

  • The batteries may be missing.
  • The batteries may be inserted in the wrong direction.
  • Or, the batteries may be dead.

If you have one of these problems, please follow the link to our [battery replacement] guide.

Power Button ¶ 

The power button may have been damaged as well. If this is the problem, please follow this link to our [Button Replacement] guide.

Screen ¶ 

If you feel the camera is turning on, but the screen is not working, please follow the link to our [LCD replacement] guide.

Button Malfunction ¶ 

The Button set to the side of the LCD Screen may be damaged during use. These buttons control zooming, and menu options:

  • Zooming buttons do not work.
  • Cannot view photos.
  • Cannot access menu.
  • Cannot change display settings.
  • Directional buttons do not work.
  • Cannot delete photos.
  • Scene selection menu not accessible.
  • Buttons are water damaged.

If you encounter any of these problems please follow the link to our [button replacement] guide

Shutter Button ¶ 

If the camera is not taking pictures, but is on, there may be a problem with the shutter button. If you feel this may be the problem, please follow the link to the [button replacement] guide

Zoom Lens Malfunction ¶ 

If there is a problem with the zoom lens, it may need to be replaced. To replace the zoom lens, follow the link to our [zoom lens replacement] guide.

LCD Screen Display ¶ 

If the LCD Display is having any of the following problems:

  • LCD is cracked.
  • LCD has sustained water damage.
  • LCD has a poor connection.
  • LCD no longer works and needs replacement.

follow this link to our [LCD replacement] guide

Flash Problems ¶ 

  • Flash has sustained water damage.
  • Flash has a poor connection.
  • Flash casing is cracked or missing.
  • Flash tube/bulb is dead or broken.

If you suspect you have any of these problems, please follow the link to our [flash replacement] guide.

Outer Case Broken ¶ 

The case encloses all functioning parts of the camera. Some problems with the case include:

  • Cracked Case.
  • Scratched Case.
  • Battery flap does not close.

If you are having one of these problems, please follow the link to our [outer case replacement] guide.

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