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Lense problem I have a problem with my camera lense . The lense came out and would not go in back, i changed the battery and i still have the same problem due to this also i am not able to access no other feature on the camera.

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I had the same problem and for quite some time just kept trying to turn the camera on and off. Finally, just pushed on the lens (not the glass part of course) and it "unstuck" and has been fine in that regard ever since.

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1. Ensure batteries are fully charged & clean the battery connector point in side the battery compartment.
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