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Ricoh One Take Zoom 105 With a new battery, when the shutter release button is pressed, the camera gives a split second buzz. No movement from the camera. Each press makes the buzz repeat without any action.????

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Hi there,

it seems that you have a faulty camera.. this could be mechanical problem & thats why the camera lens doesnt retract, try to take out the battery & tap the buttom part of the camera.

if this doesnt solve the issue you may need to bring now the camera to the nearest service center

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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