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The screen keeps saying lens error 14 then its says lens error 22

Why wont the lens come out how can i fix this I turn on camera,It reads lens error 14. Lens doesn't come out. I replaced the batteries and still doesn't work

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Pls tap the bottom of camera and see if it works i mean tap hard it might come out or not it is stuck with dust and sand or something like that or the GEAR might be broken then i will suggest buy a new one dont waste time in replacements
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Why wont the lens come out how can i fix this I turn on camera KODAK EASYSHARE C330, It reads lens error 14. Lens doesn't come out. I replaced the batteries and still doesn't work

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