Question about Cameras
The casio uses a series of roataing wheels to assist the lense going in and out. It sounds like one or more of those wheels is jammed or broken. You can take the camera apart on your own but it's a matter of how careful you are pulling it apart and putting it back together. Also, if you do decide to tear it apart on your own, make sure to keep your hands and fingers away from the circuit board. Oils from your hands have been known to cause cameras to read faulty. If you to take it apart, you'll more than likely have to take off the LCD screen and the bracket behind it to get the the lense. Be gentle.
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Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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