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System errors when i turn my camera on the lens will not come out and I get a system error S0055. there is nothing in the manual and I took it to 2 camera shops. they both said it will cost approx $150.00 minimum to fix. please help. i can still view the pictures that are on the camera.

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Re: system errors

Its something to do with switch to open the lens and make it come out, open and close it till it opens, its a pain, had mine repaired under insurance but done the same 3 months later, so brought a lumix one

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Re: system errors

They will charge you that for just looking. If parts are needed they wont be lucky- unless they have a stock of cameras busted for other reasons they can strip parts from. Best bet - get the next camera

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