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Lens dont function well..nid help

The lens of my coolpix L14 dot return when the cam's turned off... i think the cams good...it turns on...and asks if i want to set the date...afterthat, an instruction to click the rectangular button at the top left and ok..after that, it shuts off...i need helpthanks

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If the lenses don't return, that means that the camera is not ok... most likely the camera was dropped... so you need to go to authorised service, or , if you are lucky, it is just about the low battery so you just need to put new batteries or to charge if its possible... hope it's the last one, not the first...

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