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Lens is stuck out

Camera is on but the lens is stuck out, I can retreive the pictures on the camera but I am unable to take photo's. When the camera is switched on the following message appears. Camera error #E45

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  • kodijones Jan 08, 2008

    Camera lens does not close when turned off. And when turned on error message # E45 appears and none of the camera functions work.

    I removed battery and charged it, removed the memory card and try to turn camera on, try to turn camera on using the dock, press shutter. None of these worked.

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2008

    lens stuck. it works when placed on printer. no other steps taken.

  • TIN13 Aug 09, 2008

    Well I do have a camera LS753 as well and same thing, when I turn the camera on right away starts cracking because is not able to use the lens of the camera due that is stock. Pretty much this means that the camera is a piece of **** and you rather get a new one.
    Even though you can force it with your hands because I did it will work for a bit and will start with the same problem again...
    FYI if you want to pay for the repair and you are in US visit:http://www.kodak.com/eknec/PageQuerier.j...


  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    hey did you fix your prblem .. did you push the lens in or you just threw it away? me having the same problem

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Camera is on but the lens is stuck out, I can retreive the pictures on the camera but I am unable to take photo's. When the camera is switched on the following message appears. Camera error #E45

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