Polaroid OneStep closeup Troubleshooting

Created in 1983, the Polaroid OneStep closeup has flash and can develop a picture right in front of your eyes.

Flash isn't working

  • Change batteries
  • Change flash bulb

Blurry Pictures

  • Problems with impossible project film
  • make sure the lens is clean and unobstructed

Picture taking switch stuck

  • Replace the switch

Pictures not coming out at all

  • Change film
  • Broken rollers

Camera not turning on

  • Change battery

Flash isn't working

If the flash isn't working, it may be as simple as a couple dead batteries, changing the batteries for the flash is shown in the guide. Also, the clash bulb may be broken. Changing the flashbulb is also demonstrated in the guide.

Blurry Pictures

After taking a picture with your device, if the pictures come out blurry, there may be problems with the impossible project film. The camera itself may not be to blame. Secondly, make sure that the lens is clean and unobstructed.

Picture taking switch stuck

If the switch for taking pictures is stuck, you may need to replace it. This will be demonstrated in the tear down guide.

Pictures not coming out at all

After taking a picture, if the pictures are not coming out at all, changing the film may be a simple fix. If there is film, the rollers which feed out the film may be broken. Replacing the rollers will also be demonstrated in the tear down guide.

Camera not turning on

If your camera is not turning on, the battery may need to be changed, which will be demonstrated in the tear down guide.

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