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Blurry , pixelated pics

I used it this morning and it was working perfectly fine . put it back in the dock station , and grab'd it just now to find out it was taking blurry pics . i heard something loose inside when i took it out of the dock station so took it apart . a metal rod looking piece with a flat end , kind of like a screw without threads about one inch long fell out . i couldn't find out where it goes , but i have a feeling it has something to do with that piece . anyone had this problem , or know where i can get a manual or diagram so i can find where it goes ???? i'd appreciate it so much . thanks in advance .

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Re: blurry , pixelated pics

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