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Mavica CD400 won't take photo

My camera boots up, but when I get to the photo screen, it remains blue, then a message comes on saying to turn power off and on again. I do this, but still get no where, this message repeatedly comes up. Batteries are fully charged.

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Problem with the lens, try taking it out and putting it back in

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