- Sat Feb 09, 2019 5:36 pm
Is it the plastic switch that you move or is it the actual electrical switch underneath the plastic switch? If it’s the actual switch, that may have to be soldered.
What is or isn’t happening? You didn’t say.
If the camera won’t turn off or won’t turn on, try using some contact cleaner on the actual switch. With batteries out of the camera, take the four little screws out of the left side of the camera. You may want to use tape across the on/off switch and across the buttons to hold them to that front piece before you lift it off. Once you get the front cover off, spray contact cleaner in the on/off switch and move the switch back and forth very quickly several times. Let the contact cleaner dry before putting it back together. You can test it without putting the plastic cover back on to see if it turns on and off properly.
If that’s not what’s happening, then never mind. I’m just throwing that out there in case that’s the problem.
Spartan Camera test team