M863 Help

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  1. Paint

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    I have a Kodak M86 and I need to know how to remove the selector knob at the top of the camera(the one that you use to select what picture mode). I thought you would just pull up on it and it would pop right off, but that doesn't seem to be doing the trick... I would greatly appreciate any suggestions.
     
  2. Andy Stanton

    Andy Stanton Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Why do you need to remove the selector knob?
     
  3. Paint

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    Well I bought a new camera (the m863) about 48 hours ago. Someone wanted to see my new camera, so while looking at it, they dropped it.... and the lens wont retract. I intend to take it part and try to fix it due to the fact that it is a new camera and sending it in for servicing would cost about as much as the camera itself.
     
  4. Andy Stanton

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    It's under warranty now and Kodak should repair it for free (don't tell them you dropped it). If you mess with it, you'll void the warranty.
     
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    I thought about that, but there are obvious signs that it has been dropped. Like the scratches and the fack the the lens barrel is crooked.
     
  6. pookey

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    paint, your camera is obviously no longer under warranty. i heard kodak offers service upgrade program for US customers, in exchange to your camera, they will give you 25% coupon code so you may use it in purchasing a new one.
     
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