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Autoocus doesn't work

I have a NikonD70s approximately 2 years old with two autofocus lenses. Recently autofocus stopped working with both lenses. Otherwise the camera seems to work normally. Is there any fix for this problem short of taking it in to a shop?

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The first thing to check is that autofocus is enabled on the camera body.

The auto/manual focus selector switch is located on the front of the camera, just below the lens release button (on the left side as you look through the view finder). Make sure that the white dot on the selector lines up with the white dot under the AF (autofocus).

If this does not solve the problem, make sure that your lenses are set to autofocus mode as well.

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