Model #DSC-S500 Sony cameras, all

  • Cabinet Parts
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  • Front Block
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  • Main Block
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Question and Answers

Q:

Cracked camera body

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand your concern for the camera's performance after the accident.

Depending on how hard the impact was as to whether there is any internal concealed damage.

It looks like you can get most of all the parts for the case and body on the parts list.

I would suggest that if you want to order the cracked part you should, but you may want to take it to a camera repair center to replace the part and they can examine for any other damage.

If you take any pictures with it and if the crack will leak light into the film chamber then it is a problem. If it is on an isolated part on the outside that is easily repaired I would replace that for no other reason than for how it looks.

I hope this will help.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 21, 2011
Q:

Frigidaire built in oven

A:

That low whistling noise in the oven could be coming from the cooling fan for the controls that is inside the cabinet. That fan will continue to run after the oven is turned off on most models. That model number that you posted seems to be slightly off. On the models that begin with FEB27S . . ., that cooling fan is your likely source of the low whistling noise.

It is normal to feel some air coming from the exhaust area as you described in your details.

The baking problem that you are describing could have been caused by a slight variation in the temperature. If you have an accurate oven thermometer, you can check the actual oven temperature in this manner:

  1. Start the oven at 400 degrees and allow it to preheat and then continue to heat for 30 minutes. This will give the oven time to completely preheat and equalize temperatures in the oven cavity.
  2. Measure the temperature inside the oven (without opening the oven door) at the same time every minute for 10 minutes. (Take ten readings at the same time every minute).
  3. Add the temperature readings up and divide by 10 to find the actual average temperature.
  4. Compare that temperature to the 400 degree setting. It should be close to that 400 degree setting.


If the actual temperature is slightly off, you can adjust the oven temperature as shown in the image below. That may help.

If you need further assistance, reply with additional details and an updated model number.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician examine and repair the oven, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 23, 2013
A:

Here is the image.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 23, 2013
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