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My lens is stuck!!!

The lens on my camera is stuck!!! When I turn off my camera the lens doesn't go back in its home. And vise versa.!!!!

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    the telescoping lens is stuck out and won't go back in...this makes my camera unable to even take pictures anymore, it just makes noise when I turn it on and then turns itself back off...):

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Your lens frame - that which moves out when the camera opens is probable bent. Looking down at it from the top and sides, does it look bent? By grasping is firmly but not hard try softly to bend the lens frame in the opposite direction, carefully.

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