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The camera is totally dead. no power on.

When camera switched off it happened in on condition so lense was half way out.

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I think the battery is bad. Try to recharge the battery and place it back. I hope it will retract the lens complete. Consider to buy a new battery or a complete new camera, because batteries can cost almost as much as a new camera.

Posted on Dec 27, 2013

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