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Camera beeps twice and then shuts off. Does let me look at pictures.

I think this may have happened from taking my camera to the beach. However, everytime I try to turn it on with the power or the red button, it makes a beeping noise twice and the lens closes. The screen still works fine and I can look at pictures that I have stored just fine. Is there any type of quick fix for this or will it have to be taken to a repair shop??

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You have a "lens error". That is something that can only be fixed by sending it into Casio. I would call them first and they will tell you everything that you would need to send in. Their number is 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

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