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Camera broken I took my camera out last night and it was in my pocket fot most of the night. When I woke up this morning to view the pictures of last night, when I turn the camera on the lense won't come out as if it is stuck on something. The camera says to "turn off and turn back on" which doesn't help anything. I was just wondering if anyone knew what i should do before i take it apart and do more damage to the camera. any help is much appreciated!! thanks

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Re: camera broken

Apparently i have some bad news , its the lense which is misaligned or broken in terms of gears, the thing to do turn on the camera and make sure that lens is out and then LIGHTLY tapp on the lens the direction of which you feel that the lens is not equal legnth to the outer ring > place that looks uneven

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