Question about Cameras
I found a really tiny Philips screw driver - unscrewed the case, removed the long plastic label from top and undid clips underneath the label. Took it apart - looked at it in depair and put it all back together again - and the lens slid back in . It is now working perfectly!! You only risk this sort of action as a last resort.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
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