Question about Kodak Cameras
There is no safe DIY repair for your lens problem,and the camera will require professional repair. I suggest that you take it to a local camera shop (NOT the camera department in a large store) or contact Kodak customer service via their website (www.kodak.com) to arrange repair. Be sure to get a firm price before you commit to any repair, though. The fix can easily approach the cost of a new camera, and repair warranties are typically only 30 days.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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