Sears cameras have a long track record for rugged dependability. Although Sears cameras rarely break down, those infrequent failures can occur at any time. When your Sears camera quits working, get the repair parts you need to fix the device at Sears PartsDirect.
Use a commercial camera lens cleaning solution and lens paper when cleaning the camera lens to avoid scratching the lens and distorting video capture. Don't touch the lens surface with your bare fingers or hand while cleaning.
Don't use strong or abrasive detergents when cleaning the camera body. Use only mild detergent and water to moisten a non-abrasive cloth and wipe down the camera body. Wipe off detergent residue using a lint-free cloth moistened with plain water. Dry the camera body thoroughly with a non-abrasive, lint-free cloth.
To protect the finish of the camera body, wash your hands and face to remove any chemical products such as make-up or suntan lotion that can damage the finish.
Protect the lens by keeping the lens cover installed on the camera then you're not using the device.
Safety precautions for your Sears camera
Your camera shouldn't be exposed to rain or moisture. Don't plug in the power adapter to a wall outlet or operate your camera if it's wet. The camera is designed for outdoor use but it isn't designed for sustaining direct exposure to water, rain or spills.
Unplug your camera before cleaning and performing any maintenance on the device.
Don't expose the camera to high temperature such as direct sunlight or heat generated in a closed car during summer. High heat can damage camera components.
Don't leave the power supply for your camera turned on when it isn't attended or it's not in use.
Keep the lens cap installed on the camera when you're not using the device to prevent lens damage.