Question about Nikon Coolpix S-series
My lense would not retract back in so I took my camera apart. Now I can't put it back together. OOPS Do you have a step by step video for my problem?
Oh boy!!! I did the same thing once in 1964 on a Nikon F lens. I took away one important lesson from that experience; even the simplest looking lens or camera is mechanically complicated with interlocking parts. In my case, the camera repair man told me that the bill would have been $35 (that is about $150 in today's dollars) if I had not tried to fix it myself. It cost almost $100 to have him put everything back together again. At this point, anything you do will only make things worse. I would gather all the parts together and get an estimate from a qualified camera repair man or from the Nikon USA Repair Depot shown on there website. I hate to say it, but on an amateur camera you may find that the cost of repair will exceed the cost of a new camera. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 18, 2014
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