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I want to edit my Solution which I've posted bu not completed.

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Problem solved

I posted some comments on my existing post.

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If you have another lens, try that on the camera to determine if the damage is the lens or the camera. If the lens is damaged, just buy a new one, I would not trust the elements to focus true on a lens that has had an impact severe enough to cause this problem. As this is the standard lens that ships with most Canon Packages, you can likely find a cheap one online.

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I'd be looking for a shop, or contacting Nikon for a service center to take a look at it, and certainly don't try to force it less you risk doing further damage. Lens repairs can be tricky, so if it's a newer lens I'd leave it up to a Nikon center unless you've got a shop you've used before and trust.

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