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Whast is the problem with our cameras

Turn on and then the focus goes in and out and tells us to turn the camera off and on again. nothing works. cg

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Lens is likely jammed - replacement vs . newer model camera . . . estimate : typical checkout charge is around $ 50 ( occasionally free , if shop does the repairs )

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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Could you explain how you popped out the lens? I tried my fingernail with no luck. I even took apart the camera to see if it could be reached from the inside.

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Oh my god! I had the same problem. I read the previous msg about the lens being jammed. I forced the lens out (not hard at all) with my finger nail. Problem solved!!! Thank you! : )

Posted on May 12, 2009

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I had the same problem and fixed it.
The problem is related to the lens not working properly and jammed up.
When powering on the camera, the focus goes in and out and the lens spin and then the message is displayed to turn camera off.When I turn the camera off, I noticed the lens did not fully hiberate into the camera like it did before the error message.

So to fix the problem I did the following:
Turn the camera on, when the lens extended out, I slightly rotated the outer most lens clockwise and counterclockwise to free the lens from the jammed position.

The error no longer appeared and the camera stayed-on.When I shut the power-off the lens completely hibernated again like normal.

Hope this helps.

Pete

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