Question about Kodak EasyShare C330 Digital Camera
I have had my Kodak Easyshare C330 since December 2005. When the camera tries to extend the lens, it does it very slightly. This is then followed by "lens error: 14" and the camera then shuts off. I have had the problem before this summer, more often when I'm at the beach and it seemed to fix its self. Last night my camera worked, but it wouldn't zoom in or out. Well, earlier today I was at beach and I tried to zoom in and out and my camera wouldn't allow me to once again. It was then followed by shutting its self off. When I tried to turn it back on, I got that wonderful error once again. I'm hoping it will fix its self again, but I want it working now. I purchased my camera from Best Buy with a warranty, but I'm not sure where my paperwork is at or how long my warranty was for. I've been researching on this forum and other sites, but I haven't come across anything more helpful than getting it fixed by someone or buying a new camera. Sooo... Any suggestions?
I have this camera and I have had this exact error...and I'm sure it was caused from being in my purse and turning on and off all the time. All I did to fix it was push the lens a little bit while it was already retracted and it made a slight popping noise like it was going back onto a track and then it worked perfectly ever since then.
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
I Havent used my kodak c330 for months as every time I turned it on It was showing Lens Error 14. I too have lost my paperwork for this camera and had lost all hope, until I came across this site! Before I did'nt dare mess around with the lens, but reading that other people who had encountered this lens problem had fixed it by doing just that encouraged me to do so. At the moment my camera is not working as smoothly as it once did, to allow it to take photos I have to gently pull the lens out to its full length after switching on and push it back in after use; but the main thing is, it works, and that's good enough for me!
Posted on Oct 18, 2006
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