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Kodak c643 Lens error when turned on 20e 10 3, i think

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Either the lens is impacted ( usually dropping the camera ) and the whole lens assambly must be replaced ( generally too expensive on entry level cameras ) OR the gear box needs attention : this is not so expensive to repair but must be done by someone trained.

Posted on Aug 27, 2007

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