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My lens is saying lens error m425-14 (7f80)

My camera has been saying this error for a long time since some1 dropped it in water and i want to kow if there is a way to fix this error cause it turns on and the soom comes out then it goes right back in and shuts off... if ne1 has an idea what to do to fix this please let me know as this camera isnt all that old and i would like to have it fixed

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im having the same problem with my camera..
i have a kodak easy share md853..
its doing the same thing your doing..
i lost my receipt and target wont take my camera back..
that sucks..

dont take the camera apart your self..
you will shock yourself..digital cameras have a high voltage level..
its extremely dangerous..
my dad dosent know my camera's broke..
i need my camera for a trip to the bahamas friday..
and todays wednesday..
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