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Dropped camera jammed zoom lens on nikon 28-85 lens

How can I get my zoom lens to zoom after it was dropped and subsequently jammed?

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  • rraskin Jan 09, 2009

    Excellent.. Thanks alot for your help

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You have impact damage, the gears in the lens are out of alignment.

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