Well the lens gets mositure even when it's in the bag, it's because of the humidity. what I usually do when it happens is I put it in a hot dry area, like in the sun or somthing like that so the water can vaporize.
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Sorry, you don't. It's a professional job only as you need lens calibration equipment which you won't possess.
In any case, if there's a cloudy element it's probably lens fungus. Lenses which are badly infested are best discarded as they're totally uneconomic to repair unless they are very high value specialist items. Yours isn't.
Hey Quiltzlady, If you were an authorized service technician you could probably order this part from the manufacturer, and if this camera is really only $90 to purchase new it is very likely the cost of the repair would not be worth doing. The suggestion to super glue the ring back together might work but I would try epoxy being that it is a lot stronger, but remember you run the risk of rendering the lens inoperable when you involve glue with something that relies on moving parts to operate properly. Another suggestion is to find the same lens, but broken, for sale that this ring is not broken on, and use that lens as a parts lens I hope this helps. Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.