Question about Kodak EasyShare C330 Digital Camera
Typically all kodak repairs go back to Kodak and manuals can be obtained through them as well. They have a good warranty program if applicable. You can go to your local camera store usually to send it out for you. (probably should be one that sells kodak) If the lens is damaged, you can expect often $150 or more. If the LCD is cracked but the camera still works I would say don't bother (also could be well over $100). If the current market value (not what you paid) is less than $200 then assume that you should get a new camera (sorry)
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
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