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Camera lens stuck

I bought my camera on-line, and when it was delivered it was just in a box wrapped in bubble wrap sandwiched in between two pieces of foam. The lense was already extended. I checked for debris, nothing there. Other than that I can't be sure because, I bought it used I don't know. Anything could've happen before. Please help! I would just like to make sure I tried everything before taking it to get repaired, because I have already spent more on fixing the camera than I paid for it.

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If it arrived in that state then it was improperly shipped -who ever sent it.
It implies it was shipped with battery in and switched on..
You did not say but the seller may even know the device was faulty.
Attempt for a refund - if that is not possible cut your losses.
A repair is not likley economic

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