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KODAK CX6330 ERROR CODE E45DOUG WOOD Posted Oct 20, 2005
I HAVE AN ERROR CODE E45 ON MY KODAK CX6330 CAMERA. I HAVE TRIED THE ONLINE KODAK TROUBLE SHOOTING IS THERE ANY OTHER HELP OR IS THIS CAMERA TOAST? THANKS, DOUG WOOD
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Did you ever find out what the code e45 was? Hardware or software problem?
I had the same on my kodak LS743 - I tapped the lens on my palm when turning on, and it worked a treat, its sorted now, see how long it lasts! Thanks for the advice, saved me the cost of a repair and or replacement! Cheers Ian.
e45 fix Either the camera has got very damp or grit has got into the lens. Now heres the fix which so far has worked for me with many similar kodak models. If your camera is out of gtee give it a good hard slap, kodaks are notorious for jammed lenses and shutter, being just a thin sliver of plastic any damp tends to make them stick together, hold the camera and bash the edge next to the lens against the palm of you hand as hard as you can, one I did have to get a little more medieval on and bashed aginst a bit of carpet on the bench.. but it worked... might be worth a go if the next step is the bin...
Thanks to all my CX6330 had error code E45 rectified by gently taping camera lens on palm of my hand just after switching on. Now OK.
since the lens is already out try to when you turn it off that is try to push it in gently. if that dosnt work post saying so. try that for now.
I have a Kodak CX6330 and I was getting error E45 as well - once the lens had gone out, it wouldn't go back in and close upon switching off the camera. I opened up the camera (if you can't find a screwdriver tiny enough, use a simple utility knife! you can break off the tip a little bit and it fits) ..then I CLEANED the circular metal contact surface under the selection dial carefully. ALSO, what I think was the main problem, was that one of the four contact plates (right underneath the selection dial), was bent backwards a bit. So I used a tiny pincette from a swiss pocket knife to fix it. And that was it, then I put the cover and batteries back, switched the camera on and it worked fine, no error E45 anymore, YAY! That’s it from me, hope it works for you too. greetings, nadia
i got the same error code but my lens actually won't go back in :S
it means its NOT GOOD i finally found it out your camera tryed to turnin in a tight place and the lens couldnt come out so the gears are stripped (lamens terms) bye bye