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Me and may bf is break what may suppose to do????

What im suppose to do for his came back to me???

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Nikon lens 55-200mm zoom ring stuck


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If you got what some call "pumping" or "hunting" focusing, the lens tries to focus but seem to be unable and ends with a clearly unfocused image. Then your lens is dirty inside.

You can fix it yourself - BUT...

DONT DO IT, IF YOU HAVE TEN THUMBS, If you break it - i warned you right here - i am not to blame - DONT DO IT!

Well, its kind of hard to describe, but i will try anyway.





If you have disassembled your lens so much that you have the usm part as a separate unit, then try an have a look inside the usm tube to see what happens when you manually change the focus.



Inside the tube there is a small slit where the optical sensor is

hidden, you can\'t get to it without removing the rear part of the usm

unit. This is tricky, because one of the flat cables is taped to the

inside of the tube. You\'ll have to gently remove this cable from

the tube - WARNING: these cables are very sensitive to pulling, they

will break if you pull it too hard. (This is probably why Canon Service Centers are replacing the complete USM unit, instead of trying to repair the darn thing)



After the rear part has been removed, you should be able to see the

plastic/glass sensor plate about a 1/4 of the diameter of the tube.



DON\'T touch this plastic/glass thing with anything hard, use a fine (new) paint brush to clean it. If you have a magnifier about 5x to 8x, you should be able to see that the sensorplate is dirty.



Try to move the sensor itself (not the plate) by manually focussing, so that you can clean the plate beneath it.



put the lens back together, it worked wonderfully with my lens. Will it work with yours? don\'t know.



And as always, you are on your own, if you break it - your problem, not mine!

Cheers

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you should be able to thread the part that fell off right back on. Then just screw it till it stops. It sounds like is missing a screw that keeps it from coming apart. Its not a huge deal.
I have older lenses and take them apart all the time to clean.
now that's assuming it came apart in the middle.
but if your saying it ell off the mount then we have a whole nother problem.


if it just unlatched then just push the button on the side of the opening where the lens attaches and twist the lens counter clock wise after it sits evenly around the hole.
if you are not new to slrs please don't offended Im just going off the fact you said it came off

let me know if im missunderstanding,
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