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Lens cover stuck

Ok - please talk me through getting this cover to close - PLEASE.
I borrowed the camera from a friend and don't want to return it broken

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    Having the same issue... i thought the batteries were dead and they aren't. i try and turn the camera on and i get the "cybershot" screen then shuts off. Please help

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Same problem. What you can try is to clean out any dust that maybe is hiding in the lens.

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How to fixed this problem that the lens wont closed

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Im having the same prob with mine right now. my little sister had it for a while and she said it started doin it ramdomly but now the lens wont close at all

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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hi, Have you tried to replace with new battery your camera?I suggest use Kodak battery or check the specifiction from the battery cover and you will see the different kinds of battery you can be use to your camera.

if you already install with new battery and the lens still not moving,it means your lens was stuck up and its cause of impact or excessive force to the unit.

if your camera are still covered by warranty its better you bring to service center. but if not and you have knowledge repairing electronics. just check the lens unit and make it sure that the cable,gears are all ok and having good connection.

good luck and thank you my friend

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