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Lens wont close.

I dropped my camera a few days ago, and now, when i try to shut it off, the lens wont close. So now i cant take any pictures. And it always says "Lens Error:22" Help Please?

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Damage to the lens Mechanism is a repair shop job- or contact Kodak tech support for further advice.

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