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Re: tq..my problem about lens is solve..
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Make sure the battery is charged fully. If the battery is not fully charged, it may cause this.
If that is not the problem, then the camera needs repair. Repairing this camera may be more than you want to spend. This camera sells for less than $90.00 with everything in good used shape. It may be that there internal problems or a disconnected or loose cable internally. Failure of electronic parts could cause this problem as well.
I suggest to sell it for parts on a site such as Ebay, if that is the case.
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You've likely jammed the zoom motor in the lens. You're correct in thinking that the camera can't work without the lens out. With it being physical damage repairs wouldn't be covered under warranty so you either need to pay to have it repaired (if that's even possible, it varies camera to camera) or buy a new camera unfortunately.
hmmm...if the lens in the front is stuck; take the batteries out, charge em (rechargable batteries), put em back in, press the power button once. the lens should come back in only. leave it for a while. hmm...if the green power does that then u need to charge ur batteries again for a really long time. it means the camera will not use the juiceless batteries.
I went to another problem, knowing my camera was stepped on, I messed around with moving the lens part around, barley moving it, and then I tried holding the on/off button and the button to take the pics with, and then put in new batteries and it turned on. I would suggest doing that.
Having taken apart a number of digital cameras I know they are fiendishly complicated inside. I can only suggest that you double check that the batteries are installed the correct way round and that you try again with new ones straight out of the packet.
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