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The shutter that protects the lens stays shut all the time

You can push the shutters back with your finger to take a photo but they won't retract on there own can they be removed or is it a simple job to repair

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Camera repair is expensive no matter how small the job... i would not recommend removing them as your lens would then be unprotected. My advice is to either put up with having to push them apart, or to buy a new camera (probably cheaper than doing a repair)

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