Question about Cameras
For a temporary fix, once the lens is fully extended, turn the power on (the light should flash for a very brief period), and within that period, repetedly smack the top of the lens and it will retract. Ps. It can take more abuse than you may think.
Also, this is simply temporary. Sometimes it will work for a day, and sometimes a month. And even soimetimes it won't work. But it's worth a shot if you have a perfect photo-op.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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