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Did it get stuck due to a fall or all of a sudden..? if it is due to a fall.. try having a look at the lens at an angle of 360... to see if at any instant u see a slight droop.. u can try to adjust it with ur hand technically... else remove the battery else charge the battery and try switching ON...

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