Question about Nikon D40 Digital Camera with G-II 18-55mm Lens

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My camera is on auto but isnt taking pictures,

The lens is on auto and so is the body but there is no noise of the camera focasing (which it usually does).

PLEASE HELP ME, i have a concert to photograph in a week and need it fixedd

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    my camera is on all the same settings but makes a funny noise and does'nt take the ppicture

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Be sure that nothing is blocking the contact point between the lens and camera. remove the brownish color or sand it toretain the conductivity between the two.

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